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Report: More Jobs For B-School Grads with M.B.A.s

If you’re thinking about getting your M.B.A. but you’re unsure, consider this: U.S. News reports that the drop in hiring that occurred during the recession has most ebbed, and business school graduates are getting jobs in larger numbers as the economic recovery takes hold. Some analysts questioned whether the time and money spent securing an […]

Does March Madness Result in Lowered Worker Productivity?

It’s everyone’s – well a lot of people’s – favorite time of year: March Madness is upon us. With the parity in the NCAA this year, the title of college basketball champion is on the line; people are furiously filling out their brackets and with games streaming online, it’s a no-brainer that people will be […]

Do Gender Stereotypes Prevent Women from Becoming Entrepreneurs?

Are women at a disadvantage to men in entrepreneurship? According to a recently released report, gender stereotypes are effectively pushing women away from building their own businesses. Vishal Gupta, an assistant professor of strategy at Binghamton University in New York, studies workplace behaviors and affirms that there are few role models for women to follow […]

Small Business Owners Plan to Hire 3.8 Million Workers in 2011

The labor market in the U.S. has been slow to recover from the depths of the recession. Nonetheless, the unemployment rate has fallen to 8.9 percent from 9.8 percent in November, and U.S. small business owners said they plan to hire an additional 3.8 million workers this year, according to a recently published report. This […]

Being Imperfect Isn’t A Bad Thing

Perfectionism sucks you dry, plain and simple. I’ve been reading Apolo Anton Ohno’s book Zero Regrets: Be Greater Than Yesterday. I wasn’t surprised to learn that perfectionism is something that he struggled with in his sports career. To be successful you have to have the desire to work to your greatest ability, the problem lies […]

YouTube Plans to Grow Employee Pool by 30 Percent in 2011

Next time you’re wasting hours on YouTube, watching some video featuring a pet cat doing something weird or a little kid being exploited by his father for the sake of a laugh, you should probably reassess what you’re doing. After you’re done, you should consider applying for a job at the Google-owned company. YouTube, the […]

Think You’re the Next Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg? Try Out This Entrepreneur Test

Why are companies like Apple and Facebook so successful? Is it because of luck, the entrepreneurs behind them, the products and services they offer or a combination of all of these things? The question has puzzled researchers and analysts, but psychologists have moved recently to design scientific experiments to ascertain whether that question can be […]

4 Cheap, Simple Programs to Help Manage Employee Goals

When you're a small business owner, there is a seemingly endless list of tasks you have to accomplish every day. You're the one who is ultimately responsible for the fate of your company and you need to ensure that your employees are on board and up-to-date with their work. However, it can often be hard […]

On the Lookout for a Job? Wells Fargo to Hire 1,000 New Workers in Mid-Atlantic

Are you looking for a new job? Fed up with the one you're in now? Well, if you're interesting in working the financial sector, consider this: Wells Fargo & Co, the San Francisco-based banking giant, plans to hire 1,000 workers at its retail banking centers by mid-May of this year.  The company said it will […]

The U.S. Labor Force is Changing – Where do Young People Fit In?

The U.S. labor market has been slow to recover from the depths of the recession. While certain sectors of the economy, like manufacturing, are driving economic growth, it has yet to translate into a sustained job recovery. Nonetheless, there were 192,000 jobs added in February and the unemployment dropped to 8.9 percent. Infographic: Rapidly Changing […]