When “Living for the Weekend” Is a Huge Red Flag

Work will never be simple, sometimes you’ll have bad days (even bad weeks), and yes, sometimes you’ll live for the weekend. And that’s because weekends are great. But here are four signs your love for weekends is probably a sign you should look for other jobs.

7 Ways to Green Your Desk Routine

No time to save the environment during the workday? Think again with these 7 ways to green your desk routine.

How I Landed a Job With Great Work-Life Balance

Today, we chatted with LaTanya Elam, a Public Health Financial Analyst with Graham Technologies. Graham Tech is a family-oriented business, so LaTanya is able to excel professionally and personally. Here's her story.

This Is How You Job Search Without Your Boss Finding Out

You’re in the heat of the job search, filling out applications and scheduling interviews left and right. The issue? Making sure your current boss doesn’t find out what you’re up to. Here are some of the tricks real-live people I spoke to suggested for not getting caught resume-handed

6 Jobs That’ll Help You Do Good With Your Law Degree (That Don’t Involve Being a Lawyer)

Many people pursue law school because of the desire to make a difference. While it can be a challenging decision to move away from law, the good news is that there are plenty of jobs in the social-impact space where your law degree can be quite useful.

3 Ways to Figure Out if You’re Babysitting Your Team or Managing Them

Sometimes, being the boss can make you feel like you’re a babysitter and your employees are just people you need to keep alive and happy for set amounts of time. So how do you determine if you’re managing or babysitting your team? Here are three signs to look out for.

How I Made “Going Green” Into a Full-time Career

Hannah Debelius—Sustainability Outreach and Communications Manager at American University—has always loved the environment. And, she was able to make it her career! Here's how she got where she made going green into a full-time career.

3 Tips for Building an Online Community From the Ground Up

Want to change the world? Start an online community, and watch it grow.

A Reminder That Behind Every Awesome Accomplishment Is a Lot of Less Glamorous Work

Eve L. Ewing's first book, "Electric Arches," won awards, was named to best book lists, and exceeded her sales goals. But she reminded her Twitter followers of all the "skills that have contributed to the success of my book that have nothing to do with my writing ability," like "asking for help."

4 Phrases to Shut Down Unsolicited Advice From Your Co-workers

Sometimes we want advice from our colleagues. Other times, we desperately want them to stop talking, leave us alone, and trust us to handle things on our own. Yelling at them to shut up probably won’t do you any favors, nor will ignoring the situation. Instead, try these four phrases on for size.