Virtual skills are growing ever more important
As workplaces across the country begin to rely more on virtual communication, being physically present at a single location becomes less important. Read More »
In-demand professions that offer great pay
Great careers in a wide range of fields. Read More »
Other than minimum-wage workers, who should earn more?
When Americans were asked which they think are the most overpaid and least underpaid jobs, here's what they said. Read More »
High-paying jobs that offer financial and career security
Put your skills to the test at one of these high-paying, secure careers. Read More »
The average drone pilot's salary could be as high as $115,000
The aviation industry predicts the creation of over 70,000 new jobs in the first three years after Congress loosens restrictions on U.S. skies. Read More »
Dentists, petroleum engineers, CEOs and more
What preparation do you need to get a job that pays $70 per hour or more? (If you do the math, that's $146,000 per year.) Read More »
These 8 manual occupations pay more than $55,000 a year
Blue-collar jobs don't always have a reputation for being high-paying. These are exceptions. Read More »
Twitter and other IPOs in the days after
Twitter has minted 1,600 new millionaires, which makes working at an IPO look good. But even if you find the right company, you still may make nothing. Read More »
A path to prosperity with less aggravation
Jobs for people who don't like stress. Read More »
Not only do these jobs pay well, but many are also great for society.
High-paying careers and jobs that contribute to society don't have to be mutually exclusive. Here are 10 that happen to be both. Read More »
You've never heard of them but these jobs will be hot careers in the future.
Finding a high-paying job is tougher than it used to be in America. But these jobs of the future will pay more than $100,000 a year. Read More »
A group that films pranks for a YouTube channel gave restaurant servers more than they expected with $200 tips, and got more than they could have bargained for.
A group that films pranks for a YouTube channel gave restaurant servers more than they expected with $200 tips, and got more than they could have bargained for. Read More »
Even $10 million wouldn't cause them to quit.
Even $10 million wouldn't cause them to quit. Read More »
Workers in these professions earn a lot but say they don't feel they're making the world a better place. Would you care? Read More »
Many pay six figures and don't even require a four-year degree. Read More »
There's been much debate as to why women only make up just 4.2 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs. Is it discrimination? The high-pressure atmosphere? Women's failure to "lean in"? A new study suggests another possible explanation: business can be dirty work, and women would rather stay clean.
Past research has found... Read More »
As Americans' lives are increasingly filled with technology, careers in information technology are expected to grow significantly through the end of the decade.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts that many IT jobs are expected to grow faster or much faster than average through 2020. What's more,... Read More »
Thousands of millionaires have received unemployment benefits -- should that be allowed? Read More »
In today's competitive job market, it can be hard to imagine that there are jobs that pay well but don't require years of experience. But many sectors offer high-paying entry-level jobs that are appealing to mid-career changers or recent college graduates (who are likely eager to get out from under a mound of... Read More »
One way to get a foot in the door of a desirable employer is to get hired as a temp. This year, 40 percent of employers plan to hire temporary and contract workers, compared to 36 percent last year, according to an annual forecast by CareerBuilder (an AOL Jobs sponsor). Of these companies, 42 percent plan to... Read More »