We generally don’t include the shape of a business exec’s face in our investing advice. But according to a new study, maybe we should.
Dear TIME Moneyland,
I’ve always had a passion for animals. My first job was working at a local holistic pet food center, and I loved it. In college, I studied equine science because I thought I wanted to be a trainer. But I …
We know that favoritism has long played a role in the workplace. Now, a new study has senior execs saying so.
If you’re a small-town mayor unhappy with your national government, there’s one thing you can do: declare independence and start issuing currency with your face on it. Just ask the mayor (or should we say, prince?) of …
Who says newspapers are dead? Some editions are so popular these days that people are digging through others’ trash for them. Long live print!
The health care industry has been one of the bright spots in a dark economy in the last few years. But job growth in the industry now looks as if it’s starting to slow.
Are you dead? No? Well, the Social Security Administration might think so, considering that every year thousands of people are incorrectly entered into its Death Master File.
According to the New York Times columnist and Nobel Prize laureate, you know what would end the economic slump in 18 months? Aliens.
Your resume says one thing, but you want to do something else. How do you convince a prospective employer to take a chance on you?
A couple weeks ago, TIME Moneyland ran a piece about what could happen to regular Americans if the U.S. government defaults. At the time, most of us here thought an actual default was unlikely and that Congress and President Obama would find some solution to raise the debt ceiling. But with the Senate and the House still unable to reach …
Even though unemployment inched up in June, Texas is the best place to find a job in the U.S. today. Why’s that? And should you move there?
The meal is comprised of meat, fish and root vegetables. So why the high cost? You should see what it comes in.