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Want your unemployment check? Take this drug test first
Opponents says drug tests violate workers' rights, are expensive and turn up very few offenders.
The World Happiness Report shouldn’t be so hard on U.S. workers
This measure of happiness tends towards the political, rather than the social.
5 ways the new health care bill could change things for workers
Older workers and those who get seriously sick are likely to be the most affected.
Robots won’t take our jobs, say workers — they’ll take yours instead
Two intellectual heavy-hitters, the former CEO of Microsoft and the former Treasury Secretary, are divided on how dangerous robots will be.
Survey: Americans welcome our new robot overlords
Americans are ready to accept robot workers in a variety of roles and are unconcerned about the threat artificial intelligence poses to jobs.
Stop being complacent and start winning again
Americans have become too complacent and too immobile, writes economist Tyler Cowen. To recapture our ability to succeed, we will need to embrace change.
When it comes to you or a robot, who gets the job?
Uber is testing driverless cars in Pittsburgh.
Take Monday Out of Your Work Schedule
Sounds too good to be true?
7 apps to help you perform better at work
Your smartphone isn't just a distraction at work -- utilize these 7 web-based and mobile apps to help you perform more efficiently!
5 lessons I’ve learned from working at a startup
Should you work at a startup?
Networking Anytime, Anywhere
Incorporate networking into your regular routine to boost your career.
Mayer’s Move: Telecommuting Ban
In a surprising move, Yahoo!
Is Your Job Exportable?
2 key tips for staying competitive despite the threat of offshoring.
Is the lunch break nearing extinction?
Whether it’s due to the pressures of heavier workloads or the need to prove to your boss that you’re a hard worker hour-long breaks have deviated from the office culture norm.
New Work Environments for New Workforces
Being in the right atmosphere is key to productivity and creativity.
Smoothing Out a Bumpy Work History
Ten jobs in 10 years might look like a job hopper or a committed consultant, depending on how you present your work history in a resume.
Keep Your Job
There are risks to checking out of your job prematurely.
Do You Need Job Retraining?
Considering going back for more education?
Executives’ 11-Step Guide to Job Fairs
They’re not just for entry-level positions.
Pros and Cons of Joining a Startup
Should you consider taking a position at a startup company?
Take Risks to Avoid Getting Laid Off
The best way to avoid a pink slip is to take risks that other colleagues won’t.
Out of Work, but Not Out of a Job
Your New Job is to Find Work You may have been laid off, but the good news is you aren't out of a job.
Around the Web: Changing Industries
The grass may be greener in another field; these online resources can help you over the fence.