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Here’s why the sabbatical could be the next best thing for the American workforce
We're getting to the point in the summer where it seems like just about everybody is out on vacation. But instead of taking two days or two weeks off, what if your break could be longer?
Opinion Your next career or life move doesn’t have to be an ‘either-or’ choice. Give yourself a ‘both-and’ decision.
When facing a dilemma or conflict, here's how to find a creative, 'win-win' solution.
Want a big signing bonus? Walgreens is offering $75,000 as it recruits new pharmacists.
Walgreens is offering new pharmacists a big signing bonus in an effort to counteract staffing shortages.
Pharmacist, nurse, tow-truck driver and other jobs that pay $100K or more. This list might surprise you.
A Reddit thread explores which occupations pay $100,000 year or more --- and many blue-collar jobs make the list.
This ‘crying CEO’ has gone viral, but says he wasn’t trying to ‘make it about me’
Braden Wallake has done more than shed a few tears. He has created a viral cauldron of controversy.
‘Clean energy’ hiring in solar, wind and EVs expands in red and blue states. Enter your ZIP code to see where the jobs are.
Nonprofit E2 says passing the Inflation Reduction Act will drive more job growth in solar, wind and electric vehicles, return hiring to pre-COVID levels.
Where are the high-paying ‘green’ jobs? Often in the states fighting against them.
Solar and wind jobs pay roughly 21% above the U.S. median salary, and they tend to be created where fossil fuels have dominated, new research shows.
Opinion 5 steps to snaring new opportunities at work without having to join the Great Resignation
There's a Great Reshuffle happening within companies.
Opinion A cover letter for a job application sounds old-fashioned, but here’s why you still need to write one
A well-crafted cover letter can open doors that might otherwise have remained closed.
Does the ‘last hired, first fired’ rule still hold true? Read this if you’ve just landed a new job amid fears of a looming recession
'Recessions are often a way that employers try to strengthen themselves for the future,' says one expert.
‘It will be mostly a white-collar recession’: Milken economist William Lee on how the next economic downturn will be different
Lower-skilled workers in jobs that have experienced a labor shortage will likely have an extra layer of protection if the economy slows down.
Gen Z struggles as it enters the workforce during COVID, and with student debt at historic levels
The pandemic upended work life for most people. But for those in Gen Z who graduated from college during COVID, it might have changed the most.
‘Tepid wage increases are part of the reason for the Great Resignation’: Most essential workers had pay raises during the pandemic — but many still cry foul over fair wages
'Tepid wage increases are part of the reason for the Great Resignation,' one expert said.
Opinion Managers should let employees work from home or risk losing — and not attracting — top money-making talent
The disconnect between employers and employees is concerning -- and harms an organization's morale and profitability.
Opinion If the Roe v. Wade abortion reversal is pro-child, where’s the help with child-care costs?
The ruling against abortion rights revives concerns that Washington and most U.S. states provide little support for child care.
Opinion How you can find strength and allies to confront stereotypes, discrimination and microaggressions
If you're 'the only one' at work, in a classroom or at an event, these tips will help you feel not so alone.
Even bosses are burning out — almost 70% of C-suite executives ‘seriously considering quitting’ for their well-being
The Great Resignation is hitting the boardroom, survey finds