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This is how gender equality is changing dating

At present, the desire for a young, attractive partner of the opposite sex tends to be more prevalent in men than in women. Women, meanwhile, are more likely to prioritize money and status over youth and beauty. Is this a permanent condition?


A woman allegedly used company money to buy her pug a tuxedo. She got fired

If the thought has ever crossed your mind to sneak an extra few things onto your expense sheet, or use the company credit card for personal items — just this once — let this be a lesson to you.

The Whole Human

Emotional intelligence. The good, the bad, and the ugly.

Emotional intelligence can lift your career, but it takes an understanding of its complexity.

6 ways to curb your social media addiction during these uncertain times.

If you’ve spent the last couple weeks glued to the internet in anticipation of what part of the world will signal trouble next, you’re not alone.

Want to get ahead at work? Be happy.

I’m not an inherently positive and optimistic person.

10 interviewing tips that lead to high job offers

The best interviewees use these mental tips to garner job offers.

How to ask for more money at a new job

In American business culture, you have to ask for it.

Ready to make a move? Here’s what’s hot for 2017.

Wondering what career to get into, thinking about changing industries, or just want more stability?

Lessons You Learn from a Job You Hate

5 lessons you can learn from a horrible job.

Is Relocation Right for You?

Use local resources to decide if a long-distance move will fit your lifestyle.

Take the week off with Christmas Bono

Take this week off from the job search.

When did you know you were rich?

It’s worth letting Warren Buffett give his answer at length in his own voice: “I really knew I was rich when I had $10,000.

Got an offer on the table? Don’t say yes just yet.

Don’t overlook the one thing that will make or break your success.

Turn Your Holiday Parties Into Networking Opportunities

When it comes to holiday networking, 'tis always better to give than to receive.

Why Employers Use Executive Recruiters

One employer explains why he retains recruiters to find candidates.

When it comes to you or a robot, who gets the job?

Uber is testing driverless cars in Pittsburgh.

Maybe It’s Time to Start Thinking Small

The big advantages I found working at a smaller company.

What’s your leadership style?

Becoming a great leader can be as simple as adapting the right style.

Why Quitting Business School To Read Shakespeare Was The Right Decision

Choosing to leave a "practical" study in order to pursue your passions may seem foolhardy, but often times it can be the most rewarding.

The Foundation of Winning Leadership

Are you a winning leader?

How To Hit The Right Notes In Your Job Interview Presentation

Nail your next job interview presentation with these tips.

10 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings

Funny because it's true.

Acing the Interview Process

How to effectively prepare for, manage and follow up an interview.

How to Work Remotely, and Successfully

Working from home may sound like a dream-come-true for some, but it's not all about relaxation.

Overcoming the Age Issue in Your Job Search

In the news recently: JK Scheinberg, an engineer who spent 21 years at Apple and is known for persuading Steve Jobs to move the Mac to Intel processors in 2005, was rejected for a job at an Apple Store's Genius Bar.