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Nearly 1 in 10 take no paid time off at all, according to Glassdoor.
Summer is a great time to earn a little extra spending cash and gain valuable work experience – for those in the right place.
From continuing education to networking, here are some decent alternatives to the summer internship.
If you're a tech worker and you want to keep a good chunk of your salary, steer clear of San Francisco.
Top companies are getting better when it comes to paid paternity leave, a new report says. These are the most generous.
Hiring projections are rosy for the Class of 2017, according to CareerBuilder. The outlook is even better for some sectors than others.
Among the highest-paying jobs in America, women are substantially underrepresented nearly across the board.
Greg and Mike Kenneally combined their love of lacrosse into an enterprise that now competes with Nike and Under Armour.
Job-hunting site Glassdoor calculated the best gigs in places where pay goes furthest, based on salaries and the cost of living.
Here's how the end of your career can mark the beginning of a new adventure.
Workers in finance, health-care or tech fields can score a great job and affordable housing in these cities, say LinkedIn and Zillow.
Online job-hunting tools should be making things easier, but for older workers they may be hurting their chances of getting hired.
In order to get ahead in high-paying STEM occupations, job hopefuls must first close the tech skills gap, Zuckerberg says.
For people who want to retire in their 40s and 50s, these destinations have a low cost of living, good weather and access to part-time work.
Working on your own doesn't have to be a terrifying experience. These jobs have attractive growth prospects.
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