Pam Kruger

Female Doctors Earn $50,000 Less A Year Than Male Doctors

Female Doctors Earn $50,000 Less A Year Than Male Doctors

The pay gap has actually widened since the late 1980s, a new study finds

The pay gap has actually widened since the late 1980s, a new study finds Read More »

White House Under Fire For Unpaid Internship Program

White House Under Fire For Unpaid Internship Program

Group calls for White House to start paying its interns.

Group calls for White House to start paying its interns. Read More »

Leaked Memo Shows Forever 21 Demoting Full-Timers To Part-Time

Leaked Memo Shows Forever 21 Demoting Full-Timers To Part-Time

Is it 'retaliation' against Obamacare?

Is it 'retaliation' against Obamacare? Read More »

Sheryl Sandberg's Foundation Under Fire For Seeking Unpaid Intern [UPDATE]

Sheryl Sandberg's Foundation Under Fire For Seeking Unpaid Intern [UPDATE]

The Lean In foundation is criticized as "elitist and exploitative." Ouch.

The posting for a "highly organized" editorial intern was immediately criticized. Read More »

Crazy Answers To Interview Questions (That Got People Jobs)

Crazy Answers To Interview Questions (That Got People Jobs)

"Always act enthusiastic during the interview." "Never badmouth a previous employer." These are the standard tips that career coaches give, but many people violate all kinds of common-sense rules in answering interview questions -- and get hired anyway. A recent thread on Quora, the question-and-answer website... Read More »

Will NBA Player Jason Collins' Coming Out Have A Ripple Effect?

Will NBA Player Jason Collins' Coming Out Have A Ripple Effect?

You may have heard that NBA center Jason Collins made history today. It wasn't for his ball-playing. He came out as gay, making him the first major professional athlete to come out during his career. In a story for Sports Illustrated, on their site today, Collins wrote, "I'm a 34-year-old NBA center. I'm black.... Read More »

Mark Zuckerberg Slashes His Salary To $1 But ...

Mark Zuckerberg Slashes His Salary To $1 But ...

It's perhaps the ultimate status symbol in Silicon Valley: You're so rich, so successful, you voluntarily slash your salary to nothing. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook billionaire, just joined that club. SEC filings show that in 2013, he will earn just $1, according to the Silicon Valley Business Journal. Starting... Read More »

17-Year-Old Sells Mobile News App To Yahoo For $30 Million, Report Says

17-Year-Old Sells Mobile News App To Yahoo For $30 Million, Report Says

Two years ago, a 15-year-old Brit named Nick D'Aloisio built a mobile news app which he called Summly. Sorting news by topics, the iPhone app then aggregates (and sums up) in bits ideal for the cell phone. Is that app worth $30 million? Yahoo thought so, according to All Things D. On Monday, Yahoo announced... Read More »

Cisco CEO Meets Sheryl Sandberg: 'My Eyes Were Opened'

Cisco CEO Meets Sheryl Sandberg: 'My Eyes Were Opened'

While Sheryl Sandberg's feminist tome has elicited criticism from some women, interestingly, at least some male business leaders have been supportive of her message. First, Henry Blodget, founder of Business Insider, exhorted people to read her book. And now, according to a report by All Things Digital, John... Read More »

The Backlash Against Sheryl Sandberg Is Already Starting

The Backlash Against Sheryl Sandberg Is Already Starting

Although Sheryl Sandberg's manifesto, Lean In, was just published Monday, it already is generating a torrent of debate -- much of it among female professionals who complain they feel left out of Sandberg's vision of success in the corporate world. "The very blunt truth is that men still run the world,"... Read More »

Survey: 1 In 3 Employees Are Stressed Out, Underpaid And Overworked

Survey: 1 In 3 Employees Are Stressed Out, Underpaid And Overworked

While the Dow breaks new records and corporate profits continue to soar, one large segment of the population is not celebrating: American workers. Not only are millions still struggling with unemployment, but according to a new survey by the American Psychological Association, a significant chunk of those... Read More »

Most Employers Don't Bother To Respond To Job Applications, Survey Finds

Most Employers Don't Bother To Respond To Job Applications, Survey Finds

It's become the most frustrating aspect of the job search in recent years: silence. You submit your application online and then it goes into what has been called the resume "black hole." Despite using keywords and attaching a stellar cover letter, you receive no response from the employer -- not even a note of... Read More »

'Where Did My Co-Worker Go?' Stealth Layoffs Become Widespread

'Where Did My Co-Worker Go?' Stealth Layoffs Become Widespread

Every week, there seems to be another major employer announcing mass layoffs. But equally prevalent, though less noticed, is the steady stream of employers who conduct "stealth layoffs" every couple of months -- methodically shedding smaller numbers of staff so quietly that often many employees in the firm... Read More »

Shrinking Salaries For College-Educated Workers

Shrinking Salaries For College-Educated Workers

More bad news for college grads and parents about to plunk down thousands in tuition: Salaries for workers with bachelor's degrees began steadily declining even before the recession. An analysis by Jared Bernstein, an economist and blogger, shows that the Great Recession accelerated the decline in income --... Read More »

Nearly Half Of College-Educated Workers Are Overqualified For Their Jobs

Nearly Half Of College-Educated Workers Are Overqualified For Their Jobs

The college degree used to be the ticket to a good middle class job. That is officially over, according to a new study by the Center for College Affordability and Productivity. It found that nearly 1 out of 2 Americans with college degrees are working at jobs they're overqualified for. While less than 5... Read More »

How Do You Land A Job In A Dried-Up Market?

How Do You Land A Job In A Dried-Up Market?

What do you do when your work suddenly dries up? Like millions of Americans, Gail Belsky found... Read More »

The New, Best Job In The World?

The New, Best Job In The World?

Every once in a while, a job comes along that sounds too good to be true -- but is 100 percent... Read More »

Employers Tell The Weirdest Interview Mistakes They've Seen

Employers Tell The Weirdest Interview Mistakes They've Seen

If you're job hunting, presumably you know not to stuff into your pocket the candy sitting on the interviewer's desk. And you know that the proper way to greet the president of the company is with a handshake, rather than a hug. Read More »

Former Teacher Of The Year, Mark Bringhurst, Fired For Streaking

Former Teacher Of The Year, Mark Bringhurst, Fired For Streaking

BERLIN TOWNSHIP, N.J. -- A former "Teacher of the Year" in a New Jersey school district was fired after being arrested for allegedly streaking through an apartment complex. Mark C. Bringhurst, a tenured fifth grade teacher in Vineland, N.J., was the first educator to lose his job under the state's speedier new... Read More »

Guns-To-Work Laws Proliferate, Despite Mass Shootings And Employer Opposition

Guns-To-Work Laws Proliferate, Despite Mass Shootings And Employer Opposition

As the country reels over the mass shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School, there has been much soul-searching over the upswing in mass murders on American soil -- and how to stop the deadly trend. In recent months, employers have quietly joined in the debate, fighting National Rifle Association-supported... Read More »

Search Jobs

In Partnership With
Keywords:
Location:

Search Articles

Top Companies Hiring

April 20 - April 27

Looking for work? See what companies added new openings this week.