Although I have liked almost every job I've ever had, I decided early on in my professional career that the most important thing to me was schedule flexibility.
Few places illustrate the growing gap separating the rich from everyone else as starkly as the Hamptons, the summer playground for the have and have-mores.
Having the same employer for your entire career no longer happens, but too much job hopping can be a turn off to potential hiring managers. How do you strike the right balance?
If you are a military member or spouse, please come join me this Thursday at the FOX and Friends plaza in Midtown Manhattan for a live career fair featuring some of the largest companies in the...
Being injured and not able to work can be a big financial blow, especially if the injury didn’t occur on the job. Here’s how to avoid a financial catastrophe.
In today's job market, there are thousands of job applications online and hundreds of people apply to each position. You need to make yourself readily available to recruiters.
Those looking for full-time employment should keep in mind that that holiday hiring may mean more than just a temporary gig. Here's how to make seasonal employment the gift that keeps on giving.
Those looking for seasonal work this year are in luck—CareerBuilder finds more companies plan to bring on additional help this year compared to the past two years. What’s more, nearly half will...