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Good news: The best U.S. cities for job-hunting are sunny and warm
Bring along sunglasses to find a job.
Congresswoman Ros-Lehtinen announces retirement, and you can learn a few things from it
Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen's surprise retirement announcement holds a few lessons.
5 reasons why we really like people who curse at work
Swearing at work can win you fans because it makes you appear more authentic.
NBA and Stanley Cup playoffs show superstitions are linked to success
We are in the midst of the Stanley Cup playoffs, and hockey newbies like me are catching up on decades of rivalries, but as I learn about what a puck going where means, I also need to educate myself on the equally important rituals.
New study reveals the three best cities for equal pay in America
These cities know how to get it right.
The 4 best lessons for adults from Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day
This week's office invasion by kids shows how we can work better.
Gallup study says bosses are the only ones who can stop jerks at work
A new Gallup study shows some surprising thoughts on jerks in the workplace.
Serena Williams says winning a Grand Slam while pregnant wasn’t ‘easy’
Serena Williams won a tennis championship while pregnant, which shows how hard women can drive themselves at work.
New Heineken commercial goes viral with examples of working out conflicts
We live in polarizing times, but we can resolve our conflicts.
New Commuter Barbie video reveals who we are on public transportation
Welcome to New York, Barbie, it's been waiting for you.
Clippy, the Office assistant, has become an icon
Clippy, once an Office assistant, is now a king.
How do you socialize with coworkers if you can’t drink?
Being sober won't hold you back.
5 things referees can teach us about being hated at work
You can't possibly be hated as much as referees. Here's what you can learn.
Beyoncé creates a new college scholarship, because your best revenge is your paper
The former college skeptic embraces higher education.
United and Pepsi show why overthinking at work is bad
As United Airlines shows, overthinking can lead you down some rabbit holes.
Should you bring your baby to work?
Bringing a baby to work could teach companies the implications of good family leave policies.
We don’t need ‘SHE-E-O’s or ‘CFbroS’ at work
A little decorum, please.
Think twice before criticizing other generations at work
Every generation puts down the younger ones. It's time to cut that out.
It took a decade to become an overnight success, says ’13 Reasons Why’ star Christian Lee Navarro
The young actor talks about how his overnight success took a decade.
What do reality TV contestants do about their jobs while they’re chasing fame?
How do reality TV contestants find a place in the working world?
Surprise! Ladders survey of workers says millennials are impoverished workaholics
Millennials are different from previous generations in what they want at work — but not in the ways people expect.
Dumpster diving at work? No one said Earth Day would be easy
It's not easy being green, but some companies encourage employees to try.
Rush-hour power outages hit New York, LA and San Francisco
"Have you tried unplugging your city and plugging it back in again?"
Many more people are saying money keeps them up at night
The cost of healthcare is freaking a lot of people out.
New music video is the perfect anthem for every millennial boss who wants to be liked
"I want you to do what I want, but let me say it in a nice way."