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Tech workers worry about age discrimination at age 40: Study

Today's Top Stories October 23, 2017


Sheryl Sandberg’s best, saddest advice for women who want raises

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg highlighted the approach she thinks women should take when asking for a raise at a recent forum.


Answering an age-old question: What should I do with my life?

Make it a proud part of your identity: You’re making a point out of fearlessly trying as many things as possible. Here's how.


4 ways to make sure your next meeting doesn’t go wildly off track

In a world with so many meetings that it's hard to keep up, you need to do everything in your power to make sure they don't get derailed.


How to stop being a people-pleaser at work

Experts share their best advice for cutting out that people-pleaser nonsense and, in doing so, gaining the respect — and admiration — you deserve.


Phone calls 101: For Millennials

Phone calls are coming back in a big way. And if picking up the phone for a quick conversation isn’t quite your default yet, it might be in the near future.


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.


How to design an office where people actually want to work

Reevaluating office layout is necessary so it can be an inspiring space that equips your team to be the best they can be. Here's how.


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.


Survey: Millennials are much more likely to share their salary than other generations

Knowing what your friends and colleagues make in a similar field is empowering in making sure you’re being compensated fairly. Would you share your salary?

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