2 Lessons I Learned From Telling My Boss I Was Unsure About My Job

I was having a difficult time adjusting to the responsibilities of my teaching job. So, I did what I thought was my only option—I escalated my concerns to my direct manager. Here are two surprising lessons I learned in the process of telling her I was unsure about my job.

5 Things You’ll Find in Your Desk When You Clean it Out During Your Last Week

Cleaning out your desk after you give two weeks notice is a reckoning of sorts, a time when you’re forced to come face-to-face with all your “I’ll figure out what to do with this later” choices. Here's what you'll find if you're about to start cleaning.

30% of Americans Lose Sleep Over Work—Here Are 11 Things That Might Help

Nearly a third of Americans said they occasionally lose sleep because they’re worried about work, according to a recent survey. But a lack of sleep could seriously interfere with the career goals you’re working so hard to reach. Here are 11 things to try if you can't figure out how to fall asleep.

13 Articles to Help You Deal With a Job You Hate (But Can’t Leave)

You hate your job, no skirting around the truth. While it’s easy to just say “quit,” we know that that’s not always a realistic option in the moment. But, hopefully these articles can make it suck a little less.

3 Better Ways to Say “I Don’t Want to”

Presented with an opportunity or request that only makes you groan or cringe? While you might just want to scream, "I don't want to!" there are more polite and professional ways to get your point across. Here are three better ways to turn someone down when you don't want to do something.

I Became a Web Developer Despite Others Telling Me I Couldn’t

“You can’t be a programmer. You’re too creative.” Christine Beaubrun, a web developer at Crew, heard this from two different people when she first contemplated a career in tech. Here's how she managed to prove them wrong by joining a software engineering program and landing her current job.

18 Companies Focused on Changing the Future

You want to know that your work makes a difference. What better way to do that than by working for a company that's future-focused and quite literally changing the future? Check out these 18 companies where you can make an impact—not just on your employer, but on the world as a whole.

4 Thank You Note for 4 Awkward Interview Situations

A well-crafted thank you note can literally clinch the deal for you when you're interviewing for a job. But, what if the circumstances aren’t the best? Here are four less-than-ideal interview situations, and how you can frame the thank you for each

This Is the Right Way to Respond to Microaggressions at Work

How you communicate in the workplace can positively or negatively impact your team's culture. That means you want to be aware of the microagressions you or those around you project. It’s important to recognize and acknowledge them, and here's just how to do it.

Ask a Marketing Expert: Can Social Media Professionals Deactivate Their Personal Accounts?

The constant mindless scrolling can leave us all feeling burnt out and like we want to deactivate all personal social media accounts. But, is this doable when you work in marketing—or do you need an active presence there? Here's a social media experts advice on how to find balance.