A new study suggest likeability may be more important than ability in getting a job, especially at the highest echelons.
Work & Life
Five tips for readjusting your financial game plan
Married mothers find it harder to secure a new job after being laid off and when they do, they earn less than married fathers
A new study confirms that shift workers — people who work late nights, irregular hours or mixed night-and-day schedules — are at higher risk of heart attack and stroke
Find your mind wandering at your desk? Here’s how to maintain focus, get your work done and get out of the office faster
Youth employment rates are down, but some parents aren’t even pushing their kids to look for a job. Here are some key questions to consider when deciding what’s right for your family.
A personal-finance expert on how busy women can meet finance goals with less stress.
Gallup.com found that working mothers report greater well-being than stay-at-home moms. Is a job the ticket to bliss?
Shift work may be unavoidable, but a new study suggests that it could wreak havoc with hormones that increase women’s risk of cancer.
A study finds that your four-legged companion can be a great stress reliever at work and encourage better relationships with co-workers too
A survey finds that many women won’t even delegate their most hated chore: housecleaning. And yet doing so could guarantee some measure of happiness.
Not all employers wish their pregnant employees well: the number of pregnancy-related discrimination charges have jumped by 35% in the past decade