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Meet the sensors that could be watching while you work

In today’s workplace, sensors can track how long employees go without talking with one another, and, in one case, even when workers are away from their...

21 signs your company doesn't care about you

Some signs that the company you work for does not care about you at all.

One unconscious bias is keeping women out of senior roles

Affinity or similarity bias is where people seek out those who share their backgrounds, group membership, or experiences.

How a Craigslist post landed me my first job at Tesla

In 2008, Colin Gillingham went from studying at Elon University to working for Elon Musk.

These 4 jobs will keep you safe from robots

Machines will soon do almost everything that workers do today.

10 mistakes smart people never make twice

Fully acknowledging and embracing errors is the only way to avoid repeating them.

Apply to be Kate Middleton's new secretary or one of these 6 cool, unusual jobs

After a decade of working for the royal family, assistant Rebecca Deacon is stepping down.

10 key takeaways from the US News Best Countries ranking

U.S. News & World Report surveyed 21,000 citizens to rank 80 nations.

This is the piece of professional clothing you need to invest in

The shopping director of Racked.com says this is one case where spending more makes a discernible difference.

The one perfect way to start your emails

Tone is perhaps the toughest aspect of effective business communication.

3 interview questions that will help you gauge whether a job is high stress

The trick is to find out whether or not this will be a stressful job without giving the impression that you plan to bring less than your best to your new job.

4 high-impact resume updates that take less than 5 minutes

You can make some substantial strides toward improving your resume in just five minutes.

The most important part of networking happens before you even set foot in an event or meeting

There's a much better way to build relationships than going to events or meetings or hitting the "Connect" button on LinkedIn.

5 pieces of terrible résumé advice you should ignore

You should start ignoring these misguided pieces of résumé advice.

9 signs you're successful, even if it doesn't feel like it

When it comes to success, our eyes often lead us astray.

5 things managing political campaigns taught me about being a CEO

Working in grass-roots politics prepared The Penny Hoarder's Kyle Taylor to run a company.

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