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Great bosses are rare. But it’s really not that hard to be one. If being a great boss is something you aspire to — or just secretly wonder if you are — check yourself against these five characteristics.
Personal finance website WalletHub ranked all 50 states and the District for innovation, which it defined as information technology jobs and spending on research.
The study looked at eight factors in determining its best (and worst) cities for working women, including employment, health care, business ownership, management positions, gender pay gap, child care, number of female elected officials and workplace protections.
There’s a strategic investment vehicle that’s often underutilized even though it can deliver far greater results: you. Read on to learn how to invest in yourself and watch your income potential grow.
ShiftOne’s employee retention app is used by restaurants that include Applebee’s, Burger King, Dave & Buster’s and Five Guys Burgers and Fries, and it addresses the biggest challenge restaurant operators face.
A petition to save the job of a beloved Walmart greeter with cerebral palsy in North Carolina has garnered thousands of signatures.
You’ve spent the night in the bathroom after eating some questionable takeout food, and you’re still feeling queasy. What are you going to tell your boss?
With the government shutdown making life increasingly difficult for federal workers, those with jobs are happy for the paycheck. But what are the best jobs as the U.S. workforce heads into 2019, and where can they be found?
While most workers would appreciate higher salaries, that’s not the only development to look out for as the new year unfolds. Here are job outlook trends to watch in 2019.
The approach you take to writing a recommendation on LinkedIn might seriously affect the professional reputation of the person you’re reviewing — for better or worse.
Where you live can boost your chances of landing that job, and to that end, the website WalletHub has ranked more than 182 cities to see which have the the best odds of you doing that. See where the D.C. area ranks in
The Washington metro’s unemployment rate in October fell to 3.2 percent, from 3.3 percent in September. A year ago, the D.C.-area’s unemployment rate was 3.5 percent.
On My Take, the New York public library system is doing something Clinton Yates would like to see in D.C. libraries: having clothes, briefcases and other materials jobseekers would need for interviews available for borrowing.
Soft skills can have a significant influence on your performance at your first job. Find out what can set you apart.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.