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What's Your Salary Success Number?

What's Your Salary Success Number?

65 percent of full-time U.S. workers don't earn their desired salary

According to a new CareerBuilder survey, 65 percent of full-time U.S. workers say they don't currently earn their desired salary; 35 percent do. Read More »

Modesty Gets You Nowhere

Modesty Gets You Nowhere

Here's one reason women in business are lagging behind

Here'€™s one reason women in business are lagging behind on salary and promotions: They worry too much about looking "pushy." Read More »

The 15 Best-Paying Jobs For Young Professionals

The 15 Best-Paying Jobs For Young Professionals

Because you've gotta pay those student loans somehow

With help from Payscale, Business Insider found 15 of the highest-paying jobs for young professionals with a bachelor's degree. Read More »

15 Things You Should Never Say In A Salary Negotiation

15 Things You Should Never Say In A Salary Negotiation

Never throw out the first number

You've got the job, but still need to negotiate your salary. Here are 15 words and phrases that may hurt more than they'll help in a negotiation. Read More »

10 Cities Where Wages Are Increasing

10 Cities Where Wages Are Increasing

The top city has seen a 3 percent rise in wages

PayScale's quarterly index of wage trends reveals the 10 cities where wages have seen the most growth in 2014. Read More »

9 Tips to Negotiate Your Starting Salary

9 Tips to Negotiate Your Starting Salary

It pays to know the risks and benefits

If you have the kind of specialist skill that employers are desperately seeking right now, it could pay to negotiate over the starting salary for a new job. Read More »

How to Live Well on $20,000 a Year

How to Live Well on $20,000 a Year

Now you can find a job you actually love

It's possible to live well on $20,000 a year if you're savvy in finding housing, car, and other purchases. Read More »

Oakland Raiders Feel Heat on Cheerleader Pay

Oakland Raiders Feel Heat on Cheerleader Pay

They’re Caving to Raiderettes Demand for Minimum Wage

A lawsuit by a member of the Raiderettes has forced the team to pay its cheerleaders the legal minimum wage, for the first time. Read More »

Obama Says US Should Offer Paid Maternity Leave

Obama Says US Should Offer Paid Maternity Leave

U.S. is the only developed country in the world that doesn't offer paid leave

President Barack Obama said Monday that the United States should join the rest of the industrialized world and offer paid leave for mothers of newborns. Read More »

Do I Have Workplace Rights If I Work In An Indian Casino?

Do I Have Workplace Rights If I Work In An Indian Casino?

Working for a Native American tribe has unique aspects

Working for a tribe can be lucrative, but do you have any rights under employment laws? Our resident employment law expert answers this reader question. Read More »

Winners And Losers On The Pay Scale

Winners And Losers On The Pay Scale

Technology, oil, gas and trucking are all winners

Raises are coming back, but it definitely depends on your industry. Read More »

How Much Would Alice of The Brady Bunch Earn Today?

How Much Would Alice of The Brady Bunch Earn Today?

America's Favorite Housekeeper did it all

But could any family today, much less a feisty blended family of six, afford the services of The Brady Bunch's housekeeper, Alice? Read More »

What Every Teen Needs To Know About Getting Paid At Work

What Every Teen Needs To Know About Getting Paid At Work

On wages, hours, unpaid Internships and breaks

Getting paid (or getting a learning experience) are the reasons you took that summer job or internship, right? Learn about how to get paid, hours and breaks Read More »

Top 50 Highest-Paid CEOs

Top 50 Highest-Paid CEOs

Anthony Petrello of Nabors Industries tops the list

The 50 highest-paid CEOS as calculated by the Associated Press and Equilar, an executive pay research firm Read More »

25 Companies With The Best Pay and Benefits

25 Companies With The Best Pay and Benefits

In-house laundry, anyone?

The tech sector dominates Glassdoor.com's report on the companies with the best compensation and benefits. Read More »

My Co-Worker Makes More Money Than Me -- But We Do the Same Work!

My Co-Worker Makes More Money Than Me -- But We Do the Same Work!

There could be a legitimate reason for the pay disparity

Does your co-worker earn a higher salary than you do? Here are five reasons why that might be the case -- and what you can do to make up the difference. Read More »

Too Early To Ask For a Raise? And Other Sticky Money Questions

Too Early To Ask For a Raise? And Other Sticky Money Questions

You keep getting praise. Is it time for a raise?

Arm yourself with solid information before going in to negotiate for more pay. Read More »

AOL Jobs Readers Change The World! ObamaCare COBRA Gap Fixed

AOL Jobs Readers Change The World! ObamaCare COBRA Gap Fixed

Affordable Care Act gap got attention, with help from you!

Who says you can't change the world? Not AOL Jobs' readers or our resident employment law expert. With your help, we got a gap in ObamaCare fixed. Read More »

Seattle Mayor Announces $15 Wage Plan Ramp Up

Seattle Mayor Announces $15 Wage Plan Ramp Up

Businesses will have at least three years to phase in the increase

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray is proposing a phase-in of an increase in the city's minimum wage to $15 an hour over the next seven years. Read More »

Plenty Of  Work At The Bottom

Plenty Of Work At The Bottom

Recovery has added far fewer higher-paying jobs

Four years after the Great Recession, there are more jobs than ever at the bottom of the pay scale, but far fewer than before in higher-paying occupations. Read More »

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