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Top Employers Near Military Bases

Top Employers Near Military Bases

By Bridget Quigg, PayScale When a military member gets a new post at a new base, so does their whole family. But, family members don't arrive with a job ready to go. They may need to look beyond the base to find help paying the bills. Who are the top employers near the nation's biggest military bases? Read More »

10 Great Jobs For Veterans That Pay More Than $70,000 A Year

10 Great Jobs For Veterans That Pay More Than $70,000 A Year

By Bridget Quigg, PayScale.com How can you make your transition from military work to a civilian job as easy as possible? Earning a healthy paycheck might help. Katie Bardaro, lead analyst at online salary database PayScale.com recommends that military folks in search of good pay take advantage of three... Read More »

Top Employers of Veterans

Top Employers of Veterans

By Bridget Quigg Once they've received their last paycheck from Uncle Sam, where do most military folks go to find the next one? It turns out that many don't travel far. Former military members often get picked up by companies that work directly with the federal government and the military. Online salary... Read More »

$65,000 Non-Degree Jobs That Women Dominate

$65,000 Non-Degree Jobs That Women Dominate

By Charyn Pfeuffer Hey, ladies! Did you know you could skip earning a college degree and still snag a well-paid job? There are a wide variety of careers out there where a college education may be helpful, but is not essential. Read More »

Jobs Where Women Earn More Than Men

Jobs Where Women Earn More Than Men

By Christine Laue Try telling the woman scraping plaque off your teeth that it's a man's world. Female dental hygienists earn eight percent more than their male counterparts, according to online salary database PayScale.com. Read More »

Yes, Sir vs. Hey, Dude: Job Advice For Veterans

Yes, Sir vs. Hey, Dude: Job Advice For Veterans

By Jen Hubley Luckwaldt Veterans who decide to leave the military and transition to a civilian job know to expect some culture shock. But even the best-prepared former service members can find the differences between the military world and the private sector surprising. Read More »

Veteran's Jobs That Pay Over $60,000

Veteran's Jobs That Pay Over $60,000

By Elise Oras Besides a thank you, one of the best things you can give to a veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan is a job. There are 220,000 of them currently seeking work in the United States, at a time when the economy is seeing slow growth. While that number might seem daunting, there is some good news. The... Read More »

Jobs That 'Set The Mood'

Jobs That 'Set The Mood'

By Christine Laue For all the primping and prepping you do for a date, Cupid enlists dozens of co-conspirators to make the big event go perfectly. The esthetician taming unruly eyebrow hairs wants you to look flawless, and the sommelier pouring wine certainly doesn't want to ruin the mood with a merlot... Read More »

5 Tell-Tale Signs That Your Co-Workers Are Dating

5 Tell-Tale Signs That Your Co-Workers Are Dating

By Charyn Pfeuffer That "will they or won't they" tension can be palpable in the workplace. Although Jim Halpert and Pam Beesley of the hit series, The Office have done their best to bring the co-worker-with-benefits scenario to the mainstream, many companies (and fellow workers) still frown upon... Read More »

Hire This Vet: Danna Stumberg

Hire This Vet: Danna Stumberg

A collaboration between PayScale and AOL to find jobs for veterans Name: Danna Stumberg Military Branch: United States Navy Military Rank: Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Petty Officer (E5) Current Location: Liverpool, New York. We'll be moving to the Baltimore/D.C. area (Fort Meade, Md.)... Read More »

Career Confessions: 2012 Resolutions From 6 Professionals

Career Confessions: 2012 Resolutions From 6 Professionals

By Lydia Dishman As we leave the New Years celebrations behind, we may find ourselves forgetting our career resolutions along with the lyrics to Auld Lang Syne. Maybe it would help us to hear what other people are planning to do for their jobs in 2012. Read More »

Hire This Vet: Donald Harvey

Hire This Vet: Donald Harvey

A collaboration between PayScale and AOL to find jobs for veterans Name: Donald Harvey Military Branch: U.S. Army Read More »

Danger Zone: 9 Tips For Partying With Your Boss

Danger Zone: 9 Tips For Partying With Your Boss

Steer clear of these career-crunchers at your office holiday party By Charyn Pfeuffer When the fantasy of your hot co-worker playing with your hair becomes a boss-holding-your ponytail-while-you-puke reality, you've officially committed a faux pas at the office holiday party. Read More »

5 Jobs That Make Christmas Magical

5 Jobs That Make Christmas Magical

By Elise Oras For many people, the Christmas season truly is the most wonderful time of the year. From the twinkle of lights and sparkle of tinsel, to exchanging gifts and spending time with loved ones, it's easy to get caught up in the magic. But, the magic of Christmas does not just happen on its own.... Read More »

Holiday Jobs That Pay Over $12 Per Hour

Holiday Jobs That Pay Over $12 Per Hour

By Elise Oras With the holiday season just around the corner, companies are hiring seasonal employees to help handle the overload of customers. Besides adding extra cash to your wallet, seasonal work can have extra benefits like acquiring professional references, gaining experience in a different field, and... Read More »

Job Stories: How I Got Fired

Job Stories: How I Got Fired

By Tiffany Miller, Payscale.com Call it what you want -- canned, laid-off, pink-slipped, downsized. Getting fired is devastating. Most folks fight back the tears, pack up their cubes and get the hell out. But not everyone's experience is the same. Some workers roll out in style. Read More »

Mega Millions In Minutes: How NFL Players' Salaries Match Up Against Fans'

Mega Millions In Minutes: How NFL Players' Salaries Match Up Against Fans'

By Randall Hauk Larry Fitzgerald agrees to continue his job as a wide receiver for the Arizona Cardinals for the next eight years for $120 million. Chris Johnson accepts an offer from the Tennessee Titans to continue as their running back for the next six years in exchange $53 million. Read More »

Get To Work! How Much Does Your Time-Wasting Cost Your Company?

Get To Work! How Much Does Your Time-Wasting Cost Your Company?

By Derene Brox It's a rare employee who isn't guilty of a little slacking off every now and then. A Facebook status update here, a little discussion of last night's 30 Rock there. And then there's the time spent shopping online for a gift for your mother's birthday, and the time spent on the phone dealing... Read More »

Does Buttoning Up Mean A Bigger Paycheck?

Does Buttoning Up Mean A Bigger Paycheck?

By Lydia Dishman Do you dress for success? It's no secret that most people will formulate an opinion of you based on your appearance within minutes of an introduction. But can that short space of time mean the difference between a lucrative career and a low-paying job? Read More »

Which Jobs Truly Lead To Job Satisfaction?

Which Jobs Truly Lead To Job Satisfaction?

By Denene Brox Which jobs truly lead to job satisfaction? It's a question that online salary database Payscale.com set out to answer by asking workers across a broad spectrum of employment to rate their overall job satisfaction. The results may surprise those who think that money alone brings job happiness. Read More »

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