Guest blogger and CEO of JobDiva, Diya Obeid, is a genius when it comes to how technology effects us all at work JobDiva services about 20% of the US staffing industry matching tens of thousands of daily job seekers with prospective employers. With over half a billion resumes … More
Guest blogger Sarah Landrum of Punched Clocks is here to help grasp everything about the cloud that the fearmongering of movies like Sex Tape and incidents like the Fappening haven’t told you. It seems like every day, you hear about something else being … More
A new study showed that most of us would rather suffer an electric shock than be forced to steep in our own thoughts for 15 minutes. The experiment, conducted by the University of Virginia, asked participants to simply sit and … More
You know the brave souls who stand on street corners and desperately try getting you to buy what they’re selling? Get your head out of the gutter. I’m talking about sign spinners. The people willing to stand outside in steaming … More
Tools are an important part of any job. But what if the tools you need are out of your price range? More
Last fall, a source close to Yahoo told us that Facebook was working on an advertising product that “kills us.” More
The world’s most successful people don’t mess around when it comes to their working space.
How did you sleep last night? My night was not so great. I was worried about a deadline today and my alarm woke me up in the middle of a dream, which pretty much guarantees a groggy morning. At the very least, however, I can take comfort in knowing I’m not alone. Sleep aids and advice have turned into a booming industry, targeted at those of us who are so tired (OMG, SO TIRED) but can’t seem to get any sleep — particularly women. More
OK, this is actually kind of awesome. BuzzFeed recently posted a job notice for a position as “support specialist.” The job requirements include a love of problem solving, good communication skills, and the ability to write clearly. Instead of a cover letter, the website is asking applicants to … make them a PB&J. More
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As the nation struggles to come to terms with the loss of T-Mobile girl Carly Foulkes — the company has decided to drop the pink-clad model from its new iPhone campaign — we at Business Insider felt it was our sacred duty to try and figure out why the company felt Foulkes was no longer right for its brand. More
Are you always on the lookout for the latest, greatest smartphone apps? From keeping track of expenses to your exercise goals, utilizing smartphone apps can be a fast, cheap, and efficient way to manage your life. However, determining which apps to use can be quite difficult.
Throughout your college career, you’ve probably let your minder wander to thoughts of where your major will take you after college. For some students, the dream destination has been at the forefront of their thoughts the entire time. While others keep their minds open to a variety of locational possibilities. More
Do you find it hard to make ends meet these days? You are not alone. For millions of workers, wages and disposable personal income have flat-lined or fallen during the last decade. According to the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities, median income for working-age households (headed by someone under the age of 65) slid from $62,541 in 2000 to $55,640 in 2011, a 12.4% decline. While wages have been stagnant, the prices of everything from healthcare to housing has risen dramatically above the rate of inflation, leaving almost half of Americans living paycheck to paycheck. More