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Here are 5 simple do's and don'ts when you sit down at the negotiating table for a raise.
Martin Wolf of the Financial Times, discusses how advances in banking technology could prompt huge layoff in the industry. Also Wolf shares his thoughts on the "Brexit" debate.
Many women say they feel financial advisors are more interested in selling them products than providing help.
Julissa Arce, a former Vice President at Goldman Sachs, tells her story of how she rose in the ranks at the banking company despite her immigration status.
Although unemployment among college graduates is down, it can still be tough to land a job. We look at the most promising fields.
The uproar over comments about men's and women's earnings in tennis illustrates the fact that a pay gap persists. These careers have the widest gaps
Winning the start-up game takes more than dedication. These seven traits elevate the successful entrepreneur above the average one.
Former White Sox player Adam LaRoche isn’t the only professional putting his children first these days.
Here are some simple fixes to boost your standing at work.
Free bacon and bicycle repairs are among the quirkier job benefits on offer in the U.K., according to Glassdoor.
People in the U.S. hate the Internal Revenue Service more than several maligned figures, according to a WalletHub survey.
There are differences in the way freelancers budget, pay taxes, protect against liability, protect income and save for retirement.
We've been growing every year, says actor William H. Macy discussing his successful television series on Showtime and how viewers are changing the way they watch television. Also Alan Patricof, Greycroft founder, weighs in on content, and Macy shares his thoughts on Hollywood's diversity issues.
Even without a strike, New York City area commuters have one of the worst travel times in the country.
Dust off those résumés, job seekers. January 6 is the busiest day of the year to look for a new gig.
Women comprise half of the workforce, but they will be under-represented on corporate boards for the next 40 years, based on a study.
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