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It's Okay to Sleep With the Boss

It's Okay to Sleep With the Boss

But be aware of your choice's consequences

It's okay to sleep with your boss, but you risk losing your job and the respect of your co-workers for a relationship that's built on uncertain terms. Read More »

How Financial Services Jobseekers Can Overcome The Skills Gap

How Financial Services Jobseekers Can Overcome The Skills Gap

Growth in this industry is expected to outpace all others this year

Nearly half of financial services companies are struggling to fill certain positions. Read More »

Job Description Decoded: Senior-Level Finance Position

Job Description Decoded: Senior-Level Finance Position

Higher level jobs require special attention to detail

Senior and executive level positions can be particularly tricky to nab. Learn to decode the job description to give yourself an edge. Read More »

​What Are You Doing After Graduation?

​What Are You Doing After Graduation?

Some tips for navigating the post-college job hunt

Going from graduation to your first job is overwhelming. Learn how to come to the job market prepared. Ace your interview by dressing the part and doing your homework. Read More »

Top 50 Accounting Firms To Work For

Top 50 Accounting Firms To Work For

PwC grabs the gold for second year running

Celebrate Tax Day with Vault.com's fifth annual Accounting 50, which breaks down the best employers in the finance industry--led again this year by PwC. Read More »

Employers That Cut The Most Jobs Since The Financial Crisis

Employers That Cut The Most Jobs Since The Financial Crisis

These 10 employers have cut nearly a half million jobs in the last five years.

These employers have cut 5.5 percent of the total jobs that have been lost since the beginning of the financial crisis. Read More »

U.S. Employers Add 195,000 Jobs in June; Jobless Rate Stays at 7.6%

U.S. Employers Add 195,000 Jobs in June; Jobless Rate Stays at 7.6%

Employers added 195,000 new jobs to their payrolls last month, the Labor Department said Friday, while the unemployment rate held steady at 7.6 percent as more people entered the workforce. Read More »

Quiz: Is An Admin Support Position Right For You?

Quiz: Is An Admin Support Position Right For You?

Take this quiz and find out which administrative support role is right for you. Read More »

Bad Bosses: How Inept Execs Got Away With Mismanagement And Scandal In 2012

Bad Bosses: How Inept Execs Got Away With Mismanagement And Scandal In 2012

Companies lay off vast numbers of workers with such regularity that you may not have noticed the announcement. Last week Citigroup Inc. said it would lay off 11,000 workers worldwide, citing a need to reduce expenses. Yet, at the same time, Citi revealed it gave top execs hefty "incentive awards," including... Read More »

LA Port Union Strikers: We Want Job Security

LA Port Union Strikers: We Want Job Security

By John Rogers LOS ANGELES -- For the most part, the work of the people who file the invoices for the TV sets that arrive from China and the cars that come from Japan goes all but unnoticed as those products and countless others make their way across the United States. Not this week, however, after about... Read More »

Top Request On Workers' 2012 Christmas List: More Money, Please

Top Request On Workers' 2012 Christmas List: More Money, Please

What do American workers want for Christmas this year? Glassdoor knows. On Friday, the online "jobs and career community" published the results of a new Harris Interactive-commissioned survey, asking American workers what they want most from employers this holiday season. Unsurprisingly, "cash" tops the list.... Read More »

Seasonal Jobs Go Begging: Are The Unemployed Getting Picky?

Seasonal Jobs Go Begging: Are The Unemployed Getting Picky?

With unemployment hovering around 8 percent, you'd think unemployed workers would be champing at the bit to take a job -- any job. But shipping companies such as UPS Inc. and GSI Commerce Inc. can't find enough workers to staff warehouses in Louisville, Ky., a region with a 7.5 percent jobless... Read More »

Fiscal Cliff: Will It Lead To Massive Layoffs?

Fiscal Cliff: Will It Lead To Massive Layoffs?

Now that the election is over, the No. 1 political buzzword in America is "fiscal cliff." And it's because Congress and President Obama are wrangling over a looming perfect storm of deadlines. On Jan. 1, 2013, the George W. Bush-era tax cuts will expire and automatic federal spending cuts are simultaneously... Read More »

Best Big Companies To Work For

Best Big Companies To Work For

Finding a great place to work for many workers can be a challenge, especially in this economy when so many are content just to have a steady paycheck. The soft labor market, though, doesn't necessarily make it easier -- even for large global companies -- to find top talent, which is why so many of them still... Read More »

Gilt Groupe's Alexis Maybank: The Woman Behind The $1 Billion Company

Gilt Groupe's Alexis Maybank: The Woman Behind The $1 Billion Company

Most people couldn't pull off the feat of leaving a stable career to pursue a passion and develop it into a $1 billion company. But that's the experience of Alexis Maybank, the founder and chief strategy officer of Gilt Groupe Inc., the members-only online shopping website. Read More »

7 Industries That Are Losing Jobs

7 Industries That Are Losing Jobs

October's employment report released earlier this month showed continued steady improvement in the job market. But hiring remains sluggish; a number of employers posted fewer job openings in September after advertising more in August than first estimated. As the Labor Department reported Tuesday, job openings... Read More »

Elizabeth Jacobson, Wells Fargo Whistle-Blower, Claims Bank Retaliated By Foreclosing On Her

Elizabeth Jacobson, Wells Fargo Whistle-Blower, Claims Bank Retaliated By Foreclosing On Her

Blowing the whistle on your employer will always be a scary proposition for workers. Read More »

Election 2012's Big Question: Is The Jobs Picture Improving?

Election 2012's Big Question: Is The Jobs Picture Improving?

Are you better off than you were four years ago? It's the quadrennial question that hangs over every presidential election. Four years ago, with a devastating financial crisis gripping America and the world, the answer was obviously, "no." This time around, the answer is more complicated. The official... Read More »

UBS To Cut 10,000 Jobs, Workers Irate [UPDATE]

UBS To Cut 10,000 Jobs, Workers Irate [UPDATE]

GENEVA -- Swiss banking giant UBS AG is to cut as many as 10,000 employees, or some 15 percent of its staff, to drastically shrink its ailing investment bank. The news of the layoffs came as Switzerland's biggest bank posted another big loss for the third quarter. It said Tuesday that the job cuts are part... Read More »

Seasonal Hiring 2012: More Jobs Paying $16 Per Hour

Seasonal Hiring 2012: More Jobs Paying $16 Per Hour

Survey after survey is showing that seasonal hiring is on the upswing, the highest its been in years. Now there is even more good news for job hunters: more employers say they are planning to turn seasonal hires to full-time, permanent employees. CareerBuilder, an AOL Jobs sponsor, surveyed 2,494 hiring... Read More »

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