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These Skills Will Boost Your Salary by 20 Percent

A new study also looks at the disconnect between recent college grads who think they are ready for the workforce and the hiring managers who disagree.

Carolyn Sun

How This Franchisee Is Giving Hope -- and Jobs -- to the Disabled Community

Disabled people make great employees. That's why this Tim Hortons owner keeps hiring them.

Jason Daley

8 Ways to Create a Strong Internship Program for the Summer

Internships have the ability to impact young people for the rest of their lives.

Lauren Berger

Smokers Get Burned When it Comes to Payday

A new study suggests that smoking not only harms to physical health, but finances too.

Reuters

We're Turning Into a Freelance Nation. Here's What That Looks Like.

Technology has facilitated a global market shift that provides more options for freelance employees.

Russ Fujioka

10 Hilarious Signs You Should Not Take That Job (Infographic)

#3: 'We're looking for a rock star ninja beast for a unique opportunity.'

Dear Politician: If Small Business Is So Important, How Do You Explain These Facts?

The economy runs on private-sector job growth. Why is that so hard to understand?

Susan Solovic

The Robots Are Coming. Is Your Job Safe?

If you're a bartender, probably not, according to a new report.

Laura Entis

Finding a Good Small Business Job is Getting Harder

Small businesses are doing a lot more without having to hire new workers.

Scott Shane

Advice for Older Americans Seeking Employment

Give your own motives a deep assessment, avoid your biases and market yourself for the current-day work world.

Gabriel Bristol

5 Questions Struggling Entrepreneurs Must Ask Before Taking a Job

When your dream of self-employment is threatened, when should you suck it up and work for someone else?

Lisa M. Blacker

Study: It's Better to Start a Business While You're Still Employed Elsewhere

A new study finds that entrepreneurs who start companies while still employed at their day jobs are a third less likely to fail.

Nina Zipkin