Demand for high-rise apartments with incredible views has prompted builders to erect toothpick-skinny skyscrapers. As Eliot Brown on Lunch Break explains, advances in building technology have made that possible.
New research suggests the longer someone is out of work, the harder it is to find a job. Do employers have legitimate reasons for passing over the long-term jobless? Joining the conversation are Jason Hull, JT O'Donnell, Michal Hilling and Rob Basso.
It's no secret that recent graduates with degrees in the liberal arts are out-earned by most of their classmates. But in the long run, they catch up to at least some of their peers. Melissa Korn reports on the News Hub. Photo: Getty Images.
Do you mix social media and work? 70-percent of young professionals admit to friending their boss or co-worker. One woman tells us how she got fired over one Facebook post. Is it legal? What can you get fired for when it comes to social media and your personal life?
Getting fired is miserable, right? No one ever wants to be in that chair, and no one really knows what to do once they're in it. Helping you through this is a dirty job, but somebody's got to do it; they're called transition coaches -- and here's how they help.
Media and communications businessman Jay Samit details his ‘rules’ of hiring, including telling new employees that he works for them, not the other way around, and that if they don’t make a mistake in the first year, he’ll fire them.