Fast food workers. Telemarketers. Investment bankers. These professions have the highest share of employees who say their jobs make the world a worse place, according to a survey by PayScale.com. Read More »
By Vivian Giang
If you happily get out of bed every morning for work, you're one of the lucky ones - not everyone is satisfied with their current job.
These people feel stuck for a variety of reasons, including low pay, irregular hours or the inability to move upward, says a report published by CareerBliss. Read More »
American women are some of the most stressed out in the world. They're also the fattest. A new Finnish study suggests that those two things may be connected. The researchers found that women who suffer work burnout are more likely to eat emotionally and uncontrollably.
The study, published in the American... Read More »
By Kola Olaosebikan
Sometimes work can feel like a bad marriage.
When you find "the one" on jobharmony.com, the thrill is almost overwhelming. You send in a resume and seduce someone into talking to you. You do the dance, sign the paperwork and raise glasses to what should be a beautiful relationship. Read More »
Given the bad economy and poor job market most would think that people would be happy to have a job -- at least that's what our bosses and organizations tell us. Wondering whether this was the case, I recently asked AOL Jobs readers to share with me their feelings and attitudes toward their job and... Read More »