Think all the responsibility associated with being the top boss makes for a more stressful life? According to a new study, not so much.
Researchers at Stanford University and Harvard University found that leaders at higher levels had less stress than those in lower- or non-leadership posts. The findings runs... Read More »
By Susan Ricker
Every job has its ups and downs, but riding an elevator seems like an unlikely source for stress. However, a 15-second ride may push some people's buttons. CareerBuilder's latest study of more than 3,800 workers nationwide reveals the most unusual and annoying behaviors workers have witnessed... Read More »
You're stuck. Dead-end job and strained relations with the spouse. Your pants are struggling to zip, and you just found a bong in your daughter's closet. You consider seeing a therapist, or a life coach, or maybe a psychic. But when it comes to figuring out what you want, and how to get it, there's a newer,... Read More »
By Kristin Marino
To happiness and to good health. Clinical psychologists do more than toast these values -- they help people achieve them. With their expert counseling, psychologists treat issues such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse and serious mental disorders like schizophrenia. Few professionals... Read More »
It's not enough that you're out of a job when almost no one is hiring, nor that an average of 1 out of the 50 potential employers you send your résumé to weekly seems to even look at it, much less call to offer you an interview.
Apparently the vast numbers of unemployed folks out there to... Read More »