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Johnson & Johnson’s new hiring platform promises not to leave job applicants in the dark

Today's Top Stories October 20, 2017

News

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.

News

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?

Office Life

4 expressions to avoid that make you sound clueless at work

In order to make sure you sound like you know what you’re talking about, cut these common words and expressions from your vocabulary.

Productivity

How to say no without feeling guilty: 6 secrets from experts

Being “too nice” can cause legit problems. So how do you say no without feeling guilty? Experts and research have answers.

Office Life

The 8-hour workday has no place in modern society — here’s why

We bind ourselves to an antiquated eight-hour workday standard to drive our productivity and evaluate our performance, and that’s just unfair.

Advice

5 ways to separate life and work when you’re the boss of your own business

Being your own boss is hard. Take care of yourself and use these tips to inch closer to the work-life balance you need to keep from burning out.

Advice

Help! 7 questions to ask yourself when choosing between two job offers

Having to pick between two offers is certainly a good problem to have. Here are a few questions to ask yourself when weighing offers from each employer.

Productivity

11 habits of ridiculously likeable people

Too many people succumb to the mistaken belief that being likeable comes from natural, unteachable traits that belong only to a lucky few. Wrong.

Job Search

Working with a recruiter? Watch out for these 5 red flags

The best protection against working with a bad recruiter is being able to identify them and knowing when to move on.

News

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.

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