HelloFresh’s newest feature could cut your lunch costs in half

The meal kit company wants to help fight the sad desk lunch phenomenon.

I’ve always dreamed of running my own restaurant. Here’s what happened when I staged for a week.

For anyone who's ever asked themselves, "How hard could it be?"

How to get hired for your first job when you don’t have any experience

Don't have swanky internships under your belt? Here's how you can stand out, nail the job hunt and find a gig that pays well.

Unpaid Congressional interns have to sign NDAs that last beyond their employment, ‘Vox’ reports

Nondisclosure or confidentiality agreements like those that many Capitol Hill interns reportedly must sign can discourage unpaid workers from reporting sexual harassment and other wrongdoings.

Want to work from home or remotely? The best jobs to be your own boss — and the top places to do it

If you want to work from home, remotely or for yourself, set your own schedule and get paid well, look no further than these careers and these countries.

Trump stock market tweet: Is the president right that “good news” caused stocks to drop?

President Donald Trump on Wednesday tweeted that when good news was reported in the “old days,” the stock market would go up, today that’s not the case and it’s a “big mistake.” Is that true?

If new bonuses are because of tax cuts, why aren’t new layoffs and bank fees?

The economy is doing well. But how much credit does the president deserve? If the administration wants to own economic wins, why not Carrier and Kimberly-Clark layoffs, or Bank of America’s new fees?

Is it normal to lie about money, work or job skills? What data suggests about lying — and gender

Lots of people fib about job skills and money. But who's more likely to tell a lie — and why — might surprise you.
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Lifecycling: Veterans breathe new life into military surplus

Denver-based Sword and Plough repurposes military surplus while empowering the veteran community.

401(k) Contribution Limits 2017-2018: How much should I save? Plus the latest changes on tax reform

Max contributions to your 401(k) can seriously pay off: Here's how much you should have in savings at different life stages — plus whether tax reform changes retirement account limits.

Oregon just became the country’s first state to make fair work scheduling the law

As big companies become increasingly erratic in how they schedule their employees, activists are fighting back.

Free skydiving and tattoos? 7 cool, ahead-of-the-curve benefits you’ll wish your employer offered

Want your boss to pay you to go skydiving or let you work in Paris? Here are some of the most unusual but awesome employee perks you can get.

Career advice: 5 simple steps to find the best job for your personality

Standard career advice doesn't always show you how to find your dream job — especially if you are not sure what would fit you best. Here's how to figure out what career you'll love most.

Top resume templates: These 3 beautiful resumes will give you the best shot at getting a job in 2017

Need resume help? Whether this is your first resume or you're a seasoned professional, here's how to present yourself in the best light.

Best jobs for people with pet peeves: 15 top gigs if you hate office work, waking up early and more

Can't deal with people? Hate staying in one place? There's still a job out there for you: These top gigs for folks who can't stand stuff will inspire you.

5 smart brain hacks to help you feel — and project — more positivity at work

How can you be more positive at work? Follow these five steps to avoid the trap of negativity and feel happier on the job.

17 steps to the perfect career

How to land your dream job, be a superstar at work and overcome any workplace problem — all in one handy career guide.

Career advice: The best industries for networking your way to a new job

Networking advice will get you only so far in certain industries, according to a new LinkedIn survey. But in other fields, getting a job is all about personal connections.

Should we raise the US minimum wage? Why people disagree — and what solutions might really work.

Here are the major pros and cons of raising the minimum wage — and how changes really affect workers.

A Czech company made interns compete in a bikini contest to get hired

A spokesperson from the company said the competition was to "promote technical education."

Best jobs for high pay and low stress: These 10 chill gigs earn above-average salaries

Workers in certain low-stress professions actually earn higher-than-average wages.

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Minneapolis might get a $15 minimum wage, but restaurant workers aren't celebrating

Discord has been brewing in Minneapolis over whether tipped work will be counted toward a $15 minimum wage.

Tips that pay off: These 5 bits of career advice will get you a job you actually love

It doesn't take much to go from novice to career genius. These 5 easy steps will snag you your dream job.

Career mistakes to avoid: These 7 unconscious bad habits are ruining your job search

Sometimes the best career advice is to get out of your own way — and pay better attention to the unconscious mistakes you're making while communicating.

Can you afford to quit your job? Here's how much money you need to have saved up.

Before you even think about quitting your job, make sure you have a solid financial plan.

Career mistakes to avoid: Never use these 10 red flag phrases on a resume or cover letter

The best resume or cover letter you can write will never include these surprising career-killing words.

Want a big raise? This move might be your best path to a promotion or pay bump.

Jumping to smaller, newer businesses might be your best bet if you want to advance your career, a new study found.

Quit your job the right way: 5 secrets to leaving on a good note and boosting your career

How do you leave a job on a good note? Follow these five tips to avoid burning bridges and ensure you quit in a smart and classy way.

Need to robot-proof your job skills? 5 moves to make sure automation doesn't hurt your career.

How to protect your job — and career — against the threat of robots and artificial intelligence.