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Study Asks, 'Is Your Job Meaningful?'

Study Asks, 'Is Your Job Meaningful?'

Job meaning and job satisfaction are not the same thing

Payscale has just released a study on job meaning as it relates to compensation, and the results are exhaustive, revealing, and maybe a little sad. Read More »

15 Meaningful Jobs That Pay Really Well

15 Meaningful Jobs That Pay Really Well

All of these jobs pay $70,000 or more

According to a new report from Payscale, there are plenty of jobs out there that offer both a fat paycheck and satisfying work. Read More »

Professional Women's Report: Definition of Career Success Is Changing

Professional Women's Report: Definition of Career Success Is Changing

Study reveals shifting notions of workplace progress

A survey conducted by Citi and LinkedIn found that fewer and fewer professionals are equating career success with their own happiness. Read More »

What Recruiters Look At During The 6 Seconds They Spend On Your Resume

What Recruiters Look At During The 6 Seconds They Spend On Your Resume

That's right: six seconds.

According to TheLadders research, recruiters spend an average of "six seconds before they make the initial 'fit or no fit' decision" on candidates. Read More »

Which State Gives The Chintziest Tips In America?

Which State Gives The Chintziest Tips In America?

Average tip is 14 percent

A study conducted by Quartz reveals which states tip the highest and which the lowest at restaurants, food trucks, and cafes. Read More »

Study: Rude Sales Associates Make You More Likely To Spend Money

Study: Rude Sales Associates Make You More Likely To Spend Money

Luxury brands could benefit from even more snobbery

A forthcoming study reveals that customers of luxury brands are more likely to buy something after being treated poorly by sales associates. Read More »

Stalled At Work? Maybe You Need An Attitude Makeover

Stalled At Work? Maybe You Need An Attitude Makeover

By Vanessa Van Petten Have you ever wondered what makes someone a world-renowned musician or a critically acclaimed novelist? Malcolm Gladwell would say it all comes down to practice -- over 10,000 hours of practice, to be exact. But a study by Gary McPherson, discussed in David Brooks' book "The Social... Read More »

Study Finds Intelligent People Take Less Sick Leave

Study Finds Intelligent People Take Less Sick Leave

Who goes on sick leave and why? A recently published British study offers a provocative answer, suggesting intelligence -- or lack thereof -- plays a major role. The researchers, writing in the journal BMJ Open, found that the better people performed on childhood intelligence tests, the less likely they were... Read More »

Florida Law Enforcement Employees Paid To Get Drunk

Florida Law Enforcement Employees Paid To Get Drunk

It's rare for employers to allow workers to drink alcohol on the job. But in Florida, state employees not only imbibed while on the clock -- they got drunk and were paid to do it. The incident, reported by the Sarasota Herald Tribune earlier this week, was part of a "study" that the Florida Department of Law... Read More »

Which College Majors Lead To Higher Unemployment? [Infographic]

Which College Majors Lead To Higher Unemployment? [Infographic]

As the recent Occupy Wall Street protests have shown, many young people are angry about the rising cost of college. Few want to be burdened by tens of thousands of dollars in debt and are seeking debt forgiveness on college loans -- especially in light of the nation's lackluster job market, which is yielding... Read More »

Beware Of Office Parties! Alcohol Affects You More At Work Than At A Bar

Beware Of Office Parties! Alcohol Affects You More At Work Than At A Bar

Maybe it's the alcohol, maybe it's being surrounded by your co-workers, or maybe it just feels like the right time to cut loose. For whatever reason, it seems workers really do let it all hang out at office parties. A new study suggests, however, that it is has more to do with where drinks are consumed than... Read More »

Study: Geeks Keep The Girls Away From Tech Jobs

Study: Geeks Keep The Girls Away From Tech Jobs

By Ed Orum Women steer clear from jobs in tech because they imagine their lives would be like a bad episode of TV's "The Big Bang Theory." Whether that's true doesn't necessarily matter - the stereotypes of geeky guys in science and tech is enough to dissuade women from pursuing a career in computer... Read More »

New Study Finds Mustached Americans Earn More, But Save Less

New Study Finds Mustached Americans Earn More, But Save Less

Business Wire Take note clean-shaven and beard-wearing Americans: Sporting a mustache may improve your chances of landing a higher-paying job, but it won't mean you put more money in the bank, according to a study commissioned by Quicken ® and the American Mustache Institute(AMI), the St. Louis-based think... Read More »

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