Working for Queen Rania Al Abdullah, the queen of Jordan, is a pretty sweet gig. But what Nina Mufleh really wanted was to work for Airbnb in San Francisco. So do thousands of other people, of course, and after moving from the...
Being the life of the party isn’t only beneficial for your social and romantic life. Being that man or woman who commands attention and knows how to both work and manage the room can mean great things for your career too
It's hard to call moving into a $25 million West Village apartment a "downgrade," but what else can you call it when you're leaving behind a $7,600 penthouse triplex at New York City's most coveted address?
We hope you're savvy enough by now to know that potential employers are screening your social media profiles to get a better idea of whether or not you'll be a good fit at their company. Here are the top three things they want to see on your LinkedIn, Twitter, or Facebook account
A family is pretty much living your childhood dream in a luxury tree house that’s fit for royalty. The “Living the Highlife Tree House” is complete with a trap door, swinging rope bride, zip line, and an assault course. Oh, and it also looks like a castle
Five million probably sounds like a lot. But in the biggest city in Canada, it's (sadly) often as high as you have to go to discover some truly drool-worthy properties. And that's exactly what we did find
As a young professional, you shouldn’t just want to do your job – you should want to do it better than anyone else on the planet. Aside from taming your Thursday nights, there are many habits that will help you achieve and maintain a professional status of “A-Player.” Here’s a list of the most important ones
Good news for those who work with numbers, bad news for those who work in media. A recent report by CareerCast has revealed the 10 best and worst jobs in 2015 based on a variety of factors, from environmental to income
No, it’s not in your head. There was a reason your last flight was probably a little less comfortable than that of flights past. Airline seats are getting smaller, and it comes at the cost of the passengers’ personal comfort and safety
We have frontrunner for CEO of the Year. In a time where executive to worker wage gaps are increasing at shocking rates and minimum wages stretch too thin to cover life's essentials, one man has introduced a $70,000 a year minimum wage for everyone working at his company