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A new study has shown that movies featuring women in starring roles do better at the box office. Read more »
Americans are overworked, anxious and stressed. But is this a product of more than just working toward society's ideals? Or is it something scientific? Read more »
The price of marriage in America is certainly changing. But it may be the key to happiness. Read more »
Recent college graduates entering the job market can face a variety of challenges, especially with a recovering economy. Read more »
As winter slowly gives way to spring, a fresh avenue of employment will bloom once again — seasonal work. Read more »
Who are struggling significantly to find jobs? Teenagers, and it's not because they're lazy. A new report suggests its because they're being under-utilized. Read more »
When a small business can boast having big clients like Wal-Mart and Procter & Gamble, their peers often want to know how they did it. Read more »
Settling for less when it comes to GPA could be financially beneficial for women, The Washington Post’s Cathrine Rampell argues. Read more »
Job fairs offer a good opportunity for job hunters to meet with company recruiters and explore potential employment. Simply attending a career fair, however, does not guarantee landing a job. Read more »
A recently released map shows some states are higher than the rest in terms of minimum-wage workers. Read more »
Doing taxes shouldn't be a tough task for millennials. In fact, it's one thing millennials can do right among the other "adult" tasks they might not be doing. Read more »
San Francisco Magazine interviewed the original tipper for 'Tips for Jesus,' and found out a little bit more about the campaign. Read more »
A college in Maryland is in the early stages of approving a proposal that would make the president's salary based on whatever the janitor makes. Read more »
LinkedIn is hoping to unleash more wisdom on its professional networking service by giving its 277 million accountholders more space to share their experiences and insights. Read more »
Women who reluctantly became their household’s top financial earner are less happy, CNN reported. Read more »
A billionaire put it pretty simply: If you’re paying $1 million in tax money, then you probably should get 1 million votes. Read more »
A few months ago, I wrote about a job loss. It was a first for me. Read more »
Forbes unveils 10 ways that successful people remain calm under pressure. Read more »
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The Home Depot is hiring 525 associates in Salt Lake City and 80,000 nationwide in preparation for spring — its busiest selling season. Read more »
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