Ask any employee about his or her boss and you probably won't get a very enthusiastic response.
In most work environments, it's not easy to get along with or even like the authoritative figure who calls the shots.
Luckily, we have our television escape to admire sitcom and movie bosses who make us laugh or leave us with one-liners we quote on a regular basis.
Attire is one of the most in-your-face forms of self expression. However when it comes to staying professional on the job, there are certain items that should stay in the closet.
LA Times did a fun photo round-up of the top 20 things to avoid when getting ready for work each morning.
Ladies, you may want to save those fishnets for a night out with your friends and invest
Since you first entered the schooling system, around age five, the absolute necessity of enrolling in an enchanted place called "College" was a constant reminder.
Get good grades so you could go to college.
Take Advanced Placement courses to have a leg up in college.
Study for your SATs, ACTs, and whatever other standardized test to prove to the
If you could ask anyone for career advice, who would it be? Your parents? Peers? Teachers?
What about Albert Einstein? Or even Confucious?
While these historical icons may not be able to proofread your CV, their legacies leave us with plenty to learn from.
In an enlightening article by Alina Dizik of CareerBuilder.com, we see how you can further your career with
We all look for different things when it comes to a promising career. Do you seek salary? A stress-free work environment? What about the physical job demands?
In a recent study, Jobs Rated researchers surveyed 200 jobs and scored them based on 5 different criteria: Physical Demands, Work Environment, Income, Hiring Outlook and Stress.
Software Engineers may top the list at low stress, pleasant work environment and low physical demands but does the low hiring outlook make