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Is The Wage Gap Really Attributed To Gender?

Is The Wage Gap Really Attributed To Gender?

New Harvard research says yes

The wage gap is attributed to gender, not job type, according to new research from Harvard University. Read More »

Graduation Tip: How To Make $1,000,000/Year

Graduation Tip: How To Make $1,000,000/Year

What you need to know about making more money

A student asked me how he could make $1,000,000/year. This is what I told him... Read More »

Union Pacific Ordered To Reinstate Worker Fired After Reporting Injury

Union Pacific Ordered To Reinstate Worker Fired After Reporting Injury

Railroad company to pay $85,000 in damages

Union Pacific Co. has been ordered to reinstate an employee who, in violation of whistleblower protection laws, was fired after reporting an injury. Read More »

5 Tips to Fight Job Hunt Insanity

5 Tips to Fight Job Hunt Insanity

How simple organization tools give you a sense of control

How to organize yourself for success when job hunting and unemployed. Five simple tools to give you a better sense of control. Read More »

Coffee, Tea, or Drop Dead?

Coffee, Tea, or Drop Dead?

A new flyer poll reveals airlines with the rudest flight attendants

A new poll found that Spirit was most often cited as having the rudest flight attendants. Top 5 also included Air Canada, Frontier, Virgin, and Allegient. Read More »

Realtor Embroiled In 'Murder Mansion' Dispute

Realtor Embroiled In 'Murder Mansion' Dispute

'People say there's shadows of children.'

A man is fighting to get his deposit back, after jumping on a cheaply listed house without being informed by his realtor of its grisly history. Read More »

Weekly Jobless Claims Rise More Than Expected Last Week

Weekly Jobless Claims Rise More Than Expected Last Week

The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits increased more than expected last week. Read More »

Shaquille O'Neal Just Won LinkedIn

Shaquille O'Neal Just Won LinkedIn

We can all go home now

Shaquille O'Neal has joined LinkedIn, and his profile, which lists him as "owner: a lot of companies," is hilarious in its honesty. Read More »

10 Companies Hiring Engineering Interns

10 Companies Hiring Engineering Interns

Seeking interns to design, develop and innovate

Are you into developing cars, space shuttles or software? These employers are searching for candidates just like you. Read More »

Top 50 Companies For Diversity In 2014

Top 50 Companies For Diversity In 2014

Pharmaceutical company Novartis takes the top spot

Companies that care about diversity show that they also care about their employees, clients and other key stakeholders. Read More »

Dairy Farmers Replace Workers With Robotic Milkers

Dairy Farmers Replace Workers With Robotic Milkers

The milkbot revolution is nigh

Dairy farmers hoping to cut down on labor costs are exploring robotic milkers, which track production and allow cows to decide when they're milked. Read More »

Master Your Job Search The Strategic Way — In Layers

Master Your Job Search The Strategic Way — In Layers

Every jobseeker needs a solid game plan

Here's what it takes to stand out from the crowd of other jobseekers. Read More »

NYPD Twitter Outreach Turns Into Outrage

NYPD Twitter Outreach Turns Into Outrage

Hashtag turns Twitter into an image gallery of police brutality

The New York Police Department's PR people wanted to get citizens to post positive pictures on Twitter. What they got instead was a social media fiasco. Read More »

Buffalo Bills Cheerleaders Sue Team Over Payment Practices

Buffalo Bills Cheerleaders Sue Team Over Payment Practices

Suit says women worked hundreds of unpaid hours

Five Buffalo Bills cheerleaders are suing the team for failing to pay them in accordance with minimum wage laws, and subjecting them to degrading treatment. Read More »

What Photos Should you Share with your LinkedIn Network?

What Photos Should you Share with your LinkedIn Network?

Your photos should be professional but show off your human side

LinkedIn launched a new mobile feature that enables professionals the ability to share photos on the go. Read More »

How To Spot A Bad Boss — Before You Take The Job

How To Spot A Bad Boss — Before You Take The Job

Eight signs of a bad manager

Look out for these red flags when you interview. Read More »

Ask Jack: Fired Coworkers, Just Say No, and Job of the Week

Ask Jack: Fired Coworkers, Just Say No, and Job of the Week

You have work questions. Jack has answers.

AOL Jobs contributor Jack Silbert answers all your burning job-related questions. Read More »

How To Keep Your Resume Out Of The Scrap Pile

How To Keep Your Resume Out Of The Scrap Pile

Avoid these common mistakes

Biggest resume mistakes you don't know you're making – but may prevent you from landing an interview. Read More »

The Many Uses Of LinkedIn's Apps

The Many Uses Of LinkedIn's Apps

These specialized apps are must-haves for jobseekers

LinkedIn's specialized apps will help you break the ice with an interviewer, allow you to apply for jobs from your device and much more. Read More »

The Heavy Metal (Steel, Mostly) Of Hubbardton Forge

The Heavy Metal (Steel, Mostly) Of Hubbardton Forge

'This is real and it's not made by a robot.'

During the past 20 years, Vermont's Hubbardton Forge has created a brand of American-made steel lighting fixtures that have become industry mainstays. Read More »

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