If you've been through a divorce like I have or if you're going through one right now, launching a new career path or looking for a new job can ironically feel like dating. Sure, you learn from your past; there are ways to do it well and then there are things you never want to repeat again.Read Full Story
I've probably had more than two dozen jobs from the time I was of legal working age. I've been a tour guide, a cashier, a career counselor, a beauty store clerk, a test examiner and a government employee. And it's not because I didn't know what I wanted to do with my life — I always knew I wanted to be a writer. But with college and military moves, finding a job in my field wasn't always an option.Read Full Story
Wage inequality is a hot topic in our society, and after reading about how prevalent it still is in Lisa Stone's article, Why you should care about this week's town hall meeting with the president, we're sharing personal stories about how we have (or have not) been affected by unfair pay and wage discrimination.Read Full Story
If you don't love your job, perhaps it's time to consider a change to a more rewarding career. And while there are many jobs that are ultimately rewarding in a non-tangible sense, here are a bunch where the tangible rewards, i.e. benefits, are non-standard.Read Full Story
The gender wage gap is a hotly debated topic, primarily because the oft-quoted statistic of women making 78 cents for every dollar men make is not exactly right. It's also not exactly wrong. It's a broad brush stroke.Read Full Story
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