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5 Things You Deserve From Your Job (No Matter Where You Work)

Work isn't always fun and glamorous—that's why it comes with a paycheck. But, when you spend so much of your life in the office, money isn't the only thing you should get from your career. Here are a few other core things that you deserve from your job.

Big News: Spotify Just Made it Easier to Wake Up to Your Favorite Song

Thanks to a recent Google Clock update, you can now set your favorite tune (or playlist) on Spotify as your morning alarm. If you're an Android user, that is. Here's how to get it set up and reap the benefits starting today (and how iPhone users can get the same access).

10 Times You’ll Have to Give Your Employees Tough Feedback (and Exactly What to Say When You Do)

Positive and negative feedback are an important part of anyone's professional and personal development. But giving effective feedback can be a hard thing to do. So to help you out, we've put together 10 real-life examples that'll be sure to make your feedback more impactful.

I Had to Take a Sabbatical to Find Direction in My Career

For Sabriya Stukes, graduating with her PhD should’ve been a happy day. She’d wanted to be a scientist since she was a kid. But she felt lost and her mental health at work took a hit. Here's her career journey and how she took a sabbatical to figure out her path.

The Incredibly Simple Tip That’ll Make Big Projects a Little Less Scary

Big projects are exciting and terrifying. There's so much to do it's hard to know where to start or what to do next each time you sit down to make some progress. Writer and editor Lilly Dancyger has a helpful suggestion to make big projects and unstructured time less scary and more productive.

How Staying Curious at Work Can Lead to the Career of Your Dreams

Curiosity may have killed the cat, but it helped this employee's career soar.

5 Underrated Benefits of Learning to Code (Even if You’re Not an Engineer)

If you’re not an engineer and never plan on being one, you probably have no desire to learn coding. But learning to code has plenty of other perks, no matter what field you’re in—here are just a few surprising benefits of having this skill.

The Small Habit Change That’ll Help You Stop Saying “Um” So Much

Why are we so addicted to using filler words? Apparently, it's because we're afraid of pauses: "For many speakers, even the briefest pause can feel like an interminable silence. That’s because we tend to think faster than we speak" says CEO Noah Zandan in a recent HBR article.

Ask a Working Parent: How Do I Tell My Boss That I’m Pregnant When I Just Started This Job?

Figuring out how to tell your boss you're pregnant at new job can be nerve-wracking. You know you need to share the news, but you also don't want to stress your manager out about your upcoming answer. Take this working parent's advice on how to have a productive conversation with your supervisor.