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Salesforce, Google, and LinkedIn are all good places for women to work.

The 25 best companies for women to work at, ranked

Job-listing hub InHerSight based its list on equal pay, family support policies, and female representation in leadership.
These seasonal jobs all pay more than $10 per hour.

18 high-paying seasonal jobs that are hiring now

Whether you want to work in retail for the holidays or on a delivery truck, one of these jobs could be for you.

7 things you might not realize teachers have to do after the school day ends

The average American school day is only six and a half hours long, but teachers spend much longer grading papers, coaching sports, and other tasks.
There is a 307,000 teacher shortage as job creation hasn't kept up with student enrollment.

Chicago schools shut down as the country’s third largest school district braces for a teacher’s strike

Chicago teachers are going on strike Thursday, part of a wave of demonstrations in recent years calling for higher wages and more funding.
Crime scene investigators may collect hair, tissue, and even bodily fluids from a victim, or perform various tests, at the scene of the crime.

15 creepy jobs and how much they pay

Coroners, psychics, grave diggers, and crime scene investigators are just a few of the creepiest jobs in the world — and some pay more than others.
Charlie from "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" is now a veterinarian.

17 ex-celebrities who ended up with completely different careers

Celebrities don't always manage to hold onto lasting careers in show business — here's what some former stars got up to after leaving fame behind.
Facebook COO and LeanIn.Org cofounder Sheryl Sandberg .

Women are locked out of senior roles due to a ‘broken rung’ on their career ladders, McKinsey says

Only 72 women are promoted or hired as managers for every 100 men, leading to women holding just 38% of manager-level positions.
How to tell if you've got a bad boss.

24 signs you have a terrible boss, and how to stop them from crushing your happiness

Know the signs of a terrible boss — from gossiping to throwing tantrums — so you can get out before it's too late.
Employees aren't getting help to manage their mental illness at work.

American workers say jobs should do more to help them cope with mental health issues like depression and stress

Half of US workers don't have mental health insurance, according to a new survey from the HR company Paychex.
Americans spend 27 minutes commuting.

Americans spend 9 days a year commuting to work. Here are the 25 US cities with the longest commutes.

Americans spend 20 more total minutes commuting than they did a decade ago, adding to the factors that make a city hard to work in.