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Study: Adding 20 minutes to your commute is like getting a 19% pay cut
With each additional minute of commute time, your work satisfaction plummets, as does the state of your mental health. Meanwhile, your stress levels spike.
Research: It’s much better to apply for a job before 10 a.m.
The moment at which you apply for a job can be the difference between getting called in for an interview and muttering to yourself, better luck next time.
The 25 best cities to move to if you want to be happy
According to a new survey, those who call Boulder, Colorado home reported being the happiest in the United States. Here's the rest of the list.
Tech workers worry about age discrimination at age 40: Study
Forty-three percent of U.S. tech workers fear losing their position because of age discrimination, with 18% concerned about this “all the time.”
Rural Americans want a job, while urbanites want a raise: Report
Americans living in rural towns are being left behind by the current jobs boom, while their counterparts in urban areas are seeing robust employment gains.
Are you in one of the most chronically underpaid, high-paying jobs in America?
Feeling overworked and underpaid? Chances are, you're probably not the only one who does. These are the most chronically underpaid jobs in America.
Johnson & Johnson’s new hiring platform promises not to leave job applicants in the dark
Johnson & Johnson's job application platform Shine hopes to bring candidates transparency by letting them see where their applications are in the process.
These are the hardest-working cities in the U.S.
American employees have some of the longest work hours in the world, approximately 25% more than our counterparts in Europe, but behind workers in Mexico.
Many more Americans now believe sexual harassment at work is a serious problem
Sixty-four percent of Americans now consider sexual harassment of women at work "a serious problem" in the U.S., ticking up from 47% back in 2011.
13 questions that will change your life
Life, like business, runs on questions, not answers. Here are 13 of the tough questions we should be asking ourselves regularly.
Facebook wants to help you find your next job
Facebook is muscling into the online job-search marketplace. Now if only you could keep their bosses from seeing your embarrassing photos, too.
Study: Men become interested in tech careers earlier than women
Men express their interest in tech careers sooner than women, and are more likely to remain in the field for the long haul, according to a new report.
This is why you can’t rely on whisper networks to stop the Harvey Weinsteins of your workplace
Employees facing backlash can resort to backchannel warnings about threatening coworkers.
These are the 9 most annoying phrases people use at work, according to a new survey
Think outside the box and ditch these annoying, cliched work phrases. Until then, we'll table this conversation. Circle back and let us know how it goes.
This is the fastest-growing $100K+ job in the country
"Solutions Architect" had the highest year-over-year U.S. median base pay growth among the highest paying positions. Here's what one does.
The Supreme Court case that could prevent 25 million workers from suing their employers
On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments on three consolidated cases deciding your rights to sue your employer in court.
Open plan offices are so terrible that a new company is selling workplace tents
Pause Pod wants to offer you a one-person escape pod from the tyrannies of the open office plan. This is what a work tent looks like.
The majority of men think there are enough women leaders at work, study says
60% of men surveyed think that there are enough women in leadership positions at the companies where they work. Only 49% of women agree.
After 48, you’re less likely to get jobs in Silicon Valley, report finds
Once the clock strikes on a technology worker's youth, they turn into Silicon Valley's version of a pumpkin. Here's how to fix it.
Wealthy parents want their kids to get a job as early as middle school
Kids might not be working as much as they used to, but wealthy parents expect their children to try to get their first job as early as in middle school.
These are the 6 states where income is growing fastest
Incomes are on the rise across the country, as median household income jumped by 2% overall, a new government survey has found.
This PR job requires you to babysit the CEO’s kids
If you want to join The Berman Group's public relations team as an account coordinator, you'll need to be ready to babysit the CEO's kids. No, they're not kidding.
Facebook is facing two age discrimination lawsuits
Two new age discrimination lawsuits are arguing that Facebook is not the inclusive, great place to work it's supposed to be... if you're too old.
Employers having a tough time finding qualified candidates, survey says
Good news for good candidates. A recent Glassdoor survey found that a whopping 76% of recruiters say the struggle to find qualified candidates is their No. 1 complaint.
This chatbot will help you face death
Can a robot ease the existential angst of those facing imminent death? It might seem unlikely, but that's exactly what a new chatbot was able to do.