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The majority of Americans believe you can get a good job without a college degree
But you really can't.
Good news: The best U.S. cities for job-hunting are sunny and warm
Bring along sunglasses to find a job.
Ladders 101: The most influential people in the world of work, management, and career
This list of 101 people represents those to whom we look for inspiration. We hope their accomplishments, and their advice, lift you a little too.
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.
Right out of the gate, women make less money than men
The gender pay gap starts immediately after college. But what really causes it?
Life without a boss isn’t always a dream come true
Without a boss, teams do the boss's work in addition to their own.
Google has an ‘extreme’ gender pay gap, US government says
The Labor Department is going after Silicon Valley for pay discrepancies, and Google is a target.
Study: Women Supreme Court justices interrupted three times as often as men
Women on the bench learned that they needed to cut straight to the point.
Uber and the new science of how employers control your behavior at work
Workplace, or human laboratory?
Childcare comes to one coworking space, so why not everywhere?
People work and have children. Why haven't more companies combined the two?
Google finds that teenagers don’t care about money or jobs
The future of work is probably going to be video games and Doritos.
Kids today want men to be master of the house and women to stay home
Gender equality may be less of a straight line and more of a circle.
FBI Director’s secret Twitter account shows why you have no internet privacy
If the head of the FBI can't keep his social media accounts private, you can't either.
This summer camp teaches teenagers how to create a personal brand
The summer camp teaches everything from how to market yourself to excellent camera angles.
Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg recognizes that ‘Lean In’ didn’t make women equal
Telling women to work harder didn't get women very far — maybe because they were working hard before.
A JP Morgan intern who had to click on 12,000 websites regrets nothing
Algorithms can't do everything, as one unfortunate intern found.
Bankers and lawyers will be routinely fired and replaced with algorithms
Like all good job-hunters, robot overlords are coming for the best and highest-paid jobs first.
Little girl loves a “robot,” but one might take your job in the future
Robots and automation are not just threats for blue-collar jobs, but white-collar ones.
Italy wants to offer women ‘menstrual leave’
Menstrual leave is designed to empower women to take care of themselves, but it frequently acts as a stigma.
The mommy wars come to work
Women without children are seen as shallow and ambitious; women with children are paid less. Nobody wins in these identity wars.
Will unions come to Silicon Valley’s well-paid workforce?
Will Silicon Valley encourage its workers to unionize for political power if it means also changing the work culture of tech?
Google launches new program to boost Black coders
Google makes a big push to get more black coders in the door.
More than half of ‘The World’s Greatest Leaders’ are women
Women dominate a widely-watched list of powerful leaders for the first time.
An important age discrimination lawsuit may come to the Supreme Court
Can an employer have secret age hiring preferences for its online applicants?
Do you have enough saved to retire for 22 years? Probably not
Retirement used to last 2 years. Now it lasts 22 years. Americans are nervous.