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Exclusive Survey Shows How Hard It Is For Millennials To Find Good Jobs

Exclusive Survey Shows How Hard It Is For Millennials To Find Good Jobs

16 percent of responders unable to find a job in six months

According to a new survey, millennials continue to struggle to secure good-paying full-time jobs in line with their education levels. Read More »

Finding, Landing and Loving a Hard-to-Fill Job

Finding, Landing and Loving a Hard-to-Fill Job

ManpowerGroup released its annual survey on hard-to-fill jobs. Could one of them be the gig for you?

Is there really a talent shortage or are employers being picky? Try these five things to help convince a potential employer to grant you an interview. Read More »

Ask Jack: Show Me the Money, Burning Bridges & Job of the Week

Ask Jack: Show Me the Money, Burning Bridges & Job of the Week

Sleep easier tonight: Ask Jack a work question.

AOL Jobs contributor Jack Silbert answers all your burning job-related questions. 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 »

Worst-Paying Fast Food Chain Is....

Most fast-food companies offer lousy pay, but this company pays the absolute worst. Read More »

Mark Zuckerberg Slashes His Salary To $1 But ...

Mark Zuckerberg Slashes His Salary To $1 But ...

It's perhaps the ultimate status symbol in Silicon Valley: You're so rich, so successful, you voluntarily slash your salary to nothing. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook billionaire, just joined that club. SEC filings show that in 2013, he will earn just $1, according to the Silicon Valley Business Journal. Starting... Read More »

Fast-Growing Jobs That Don't Require A 4-Year Degree

Fast-Growing Jobs That Don't Require A 4-Year Degree

Health care is booming; how to find a job if you don't have a 4-year degree. Read More »

How To Answer The 'Salary Requirement' Question

How To Answer The 'Salary Requirement' Question

You apply for a job: "What are your salary requirements?" Gulp. You're offered a job: "Is the salary acceptable?" Gulp. You want a raise: "Well, how much do you want?" Gulp. Read More »

This Is What Your Co-Worker Earns

This Is What Your Co-Worker Earns

For many employees, discussing pay with co-workers is something you just don't do, in part because employers -- especially smaller ones -- frown upon sharing such details. But no longer. As The Wall Street Journal reports, a small but growing number of private-sector firms are letting employees in on company... Read More »

Tactics That Will Help You Get A Raise (If You're Female)

Tactics That Will Help You Get A Raise (If You're Female)

Women still earn 77 cents for every dollar a man makes, and are paid less even in the same job, working the same hours. Partly, this is because women are less inclined to ask for a raise -- and for good reason. Research shows that women who ask for raises are seen as aggressive and unfeminine, and that... Read More »

Shockingly High Salaries At Tech Startups

Shockingly High Salaries At Tech Startups

The word "startup" for many people conjures up images of a newly formed tech company filled with young, not-too-well paid staffers who are hoping their stock options might be worth something someday. But that's changing -- at least in tech hotspots, such as Silicon Valley, according to a new online... Read More »

Can't Get The Salary You Want? Negotiate For These 7 Benefits

Can't Get The Salary You Want? Negotiate For These 7 Benefits

By Debra Auerbach You've been waiting for this moment ever since the interview ended. You receive a call from the company's hiring manager, who says those six magic words: "We'd like to extend an offer." You're excited, but the hard work isn't over yet. It's time to talk about salary and benefits. While... Read More »

Fired Bell, Calif., Official Eric Eggena Sues For $837,000 In Back Pay

Fired Bell, Calif., Official Eric Eggena Sues For $837,000 In Back Pay

No worker likes to lose pay -- especially when it's associated with unused sick pay or vacation time. But the case of former Bell, Calif., city prosecutor Eric Eggena is raising eyebrows because of the extraordinary amount he's seeking -- $837,000. Eggena is suing his former employer, claiming that Bell... Read More »

7 Most Underpaid Jobs in America

7 Most Underpaid Jobs in America

By Jada A. Graves Call it employee malaise, or some component of "The American Dream," but many workers in the United States feel that they're not earning the salary that they deserve. For some of them, that notion is personal and emotional, but not always logical. Sometimes, though, the idea that a job is... Read More »

Told You're 'Overqualified' For The Job? Here's What They Really Mean

Told You're 'Overqualified' For The Job? Here's What They Really Mean

Have you ever had an employer or recruiter say you're "overqualified" for a job? Honestly, how can you really be "overqualified" for a job? You can either do the job, or you can't. How can having more experience than required be a negative, right? So, what does "you're overqualified" really mean? Read More »

Want A Raise? Cities Where Workers Have The Best And Worst Chances

Want A Raise? Cities Where Workers Have The Best And Worst Chances

By Chad Brooks Workers in Denver will see the largest raises next year, according to a new study. Research by human resources firm Aon Hewitt revealed that employees in Colorado's capital can expect salary increases of 3.6 percent in 2013, above the projected national average of 3 percent. Read More »

10 Dumb Reasons Employers Fire Workers

10 Dumb Reasons Employers Fire Workers

When it comes to dumb reasons for getting fired, there appears to be no end to the idiocy displayed by many workers that ultimately leads to their dismissal. There is perhaps no better example of this numbskullery than Steven Slater, the former JetBlue flight attendant who, in a fit aboard a parked aircraft... Read More »

5 Perks To Negotiate When A Raise Isn't An Option

5 Perks To Negotiate When A Raise Isn't An Option

By Ritika Trikha You've gotten awesome feedback all year, knocked your responsibilities out of the park, and truly earned that raise. But the economy's tight, and your boss says that he's sorry, but he just can't swing it. Read More »

7 Fun Jobs That Pay $40,000 A Year Or More

7 Fun Jobs That Pay $40,000 A Year Or More

In these tough times many people just want to work, so the idea of having a job that's enjoyable may seem a bit too pie-in-the-sky. For others, though, a good dollop of fun is just what's needed to make work worthwhile. "Fun," of course, is an objective measure. But with the help of PayScale, AOL Jobs... Read More »

How I Found A New Career I Love

How I Found A New Career I Love

By Melissa Woodson If you're less than thrilled with your job, you're probably looking for a way out. But with today's job market, it may seem impossible to make a career change. I know I thought it was nearly a year ago when I was stuck in a teaching career I just didn't find rewarding. I wanted out, but... Read More »

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