U.S. News & World Report just revealed its list of the best jobs of 2017.
An Atlanta meteorologist was tracking an incoming storm Thursday when his daughter texted to say her weather app didn't agree with him.
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Only 1 in 3 parents of young working men and women get what their kids do to earn their paychecks. Major companies want to change that.
Pat Kiernan has been waking up before dawn for nearly two decades as NY1's morning news anchor. Here's what he's learned along the way.
CareerBuilder has unveiled its annual study that reveals this year's craziest excuses for calling in sick. And there are some winners here, folks.
A new study by career website Glassdoor reveals the 29 best jobs for work-life balance.
The 27-year-old actress talks about her father, and discusses her role in the harrowing Lifetime movie "Girl in the Box."
Many people dream of quitting their day job to get away from it all. Bill Sycalik left New York to do just that — with his sneakers in tow.
Dan Price, the CEO who raised his company's minimum salary to $70,000, reflects on mistakes and victories over the past year.
After spending months searching for work, Benita Abraham celebrated her dream job offer with an amazing photo shoot.
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Alice Graber, 93, the oldest nurse in South Dakota, was honored in a ceremony when she retired after 72 years of helping others.
Model Tess Holliday recently shared an empowering photo of her breastfeeding baby Bowie while on the job.
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Kathie Lee and Hoda discuss an article from The Wall Street Journal that reports that more younger employees are walking out on their jobs without giving notice...
Apres and Maybrooks are two new companies — started by moms — that are helping women get back to their careers after taking time off to raise families.
For the most part, we're pretty straightforward listing jobs on resumes. But as one website found, we loosen up for the "interests" section.
Erin Schrode, a California millennial, is running for office, hoping to represent the state's 2nd Congressional District.
Careers site Glassdoor looked at hiring opportunities, cost of living, job satisfaction and work-life balance to name the top 25 cities for jobs this year....
Michael Vaudreuil graduated from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where he has worked as a custodian for eight years after falling upon tough times.
Jelina Sheppard, 24, says she would've never been able to graduate from college without her son's patience and motivation.
Nicola Thorp, a British temp worker, filed a petition so that her government can make it illegal to force women to wear high heels to work.
A Texas school district is hailing graduating seniors as role models during a special walk through elementary and middle schools, encouraging younger students...
A University of Northern Iowa student whose canceled flight cause her to miss her graduation ceremony got a huge surprise over the weekend.
A Canadian father wrote a funny and touching letter to his daughter ahead of her high school graduation urging her to always be ready for change.
Here are the top 10 places to work in 2016 according to a survey by job site Indeed.com.
San Jose, California, has regained its crown as the best place to start a business in America in the annual ranking conducted by Biz2Credit.
Charles Eugster, 96, a world champion sprinter, bodybuilder and rower, gives his diet, fitness and wellness tips for staying in shape as you age.
Emily Stutz was in desperate need of money after being rejected for more college financial aid. So she decided to try a social experiment.
U.S. women's national team star Alex Morgan writes in an essay for Cosmopolitan that it's "time to take a stand" for equal pay with the men's team.
When reporter Hilde Lysiak, 9, received negative comments after writing a story about a suspected murder, she decided to answer her critics.
See the sweet moment when Pennsylvania woman Rachel Grace, 20, who has Down syndrome, finds out she has been accepted to college.
Katherine Drew, head of development for the Susan Sarandon-led Reframed Pictures, produced the "Think Women" video hailing pioneering women.
Lemonade stands are cute, but a lemonade expansion deal for 11-year-old Mikaila Ulmer has proven to be a far more lucrative endeavor.
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Careers website Glassdoor collected the top 10 strange interview questions for 2016 — and it's not just tech companies asking them.
Wes Byington doesn't take his job for granted because he knows all too well what it's like to be without one.
TODAY.com spoke to Meredith Rollins, Redbook's editor-in-chief, to find out about her morning routine and favorite brands and products.
If you've got thousands of unopened emails, you're not alone. Here are four steps to take to tame that burgeoning backlog.
A study has found that humor at work can have an energizing effect on completing tasks, so feel free to watch those cat videos.