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The 3 Mental Qualities of Great Leaders

H Leadership begins in the mind. To lead effectively we must understand what is going on inside of us, so that we can lead ourselves. Only when we have developed a consistent habit of doing that can we then better understand and lead...Show More Summary

Make Your Resume Perfect: A Jobseeker’s Checklist

As the foundation of any job search, a resume is the one document everyone needs, and the one document everyone dreads compiling. Why? Because trying to capture what makes you a better hire than the next person in just one or two pages is a truly daunting feat. Show More Summary

Learn How to Land (and Thrive) at Your Dream Job in Any Industry

There are many people who are looking for a dream job that they can look forward to going to each and every day for years to come. When looking for your dream job, it’s important to know what steps to take to ensure that you’re ableShow More Summary

How To Find Focus And Boost Productivity

With the exhausting pace of information flow, people are finding it harder than ever to maintain focus and productivity. The trick is to expect distraction -- and plan for ways to combat it. Here are five ideas to master your own attention.

Phoenix Winter

The breeze spreads the smell of orange blossoms throughout my neighborhood. A hummingbird has started to build a nest on top of the light on my patio. It is around 8 o'clock in the evening and the temperature is 71 degrees. But it is partly cloudy. Brutal.

Talking science—for the kids

Why our columnist spent a week answering kids’ questions on the internet

Interest Groups of the Caribbean

Disney is once again changing its "Pirates of the Caribbean" ride. Because as we all know, pirates were extraordinarily sensitive to the rights of women. The Los Angeles Times article also notes that Disney no longer sells the frontier rifles in Frontierland. Show More Summary

3 Security Gaps Leaving Your Company Exposed

Pause for a moment as you read this, and consider: Are there any aspects of doing business that technology hasn’t reshaped or transformed? In roughly two decades, technological advances revolutionized various industries and markets,Show More Summary

???? Today is JobMob’s 11th Birthday

JobMob was officially launched 11 years ago today.

5 Best Cities Around the World to Launch a Startup

When it comes to starting up a new technology business, the first place that comes to mind is Silicon Valley which is located in San Francisco, CA, USA. However, the rise of living costs and real estate prices is giving entrepreneurs a hard time because they already have a limited budget. Show More Summary

Today's Working Women Honor Their Courageous Foremothers

Nearly two centuries ago, a group of women and girls — some as young as 12 — decided they’d had enough. Laboring in the textile mills of Lowell, Massachusetts, they faced exhausting 14-hour days, abusive supervisors and dangerous working conditions. When threatened with a pay cut, they finally put their foot down. The mill workers […]

Lesson #2 from #March Madness: Being Conservative Can Get You Beat (UMBC Cinderella Rule)

Capitalist Note: Throwing a couple of talent/business lessons I was reminded of as I watched the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament this year. March Madness has something for all of us. Some organizations/teams play to win. Assertiveness rules the day, which...

Wendy’s refuses to join program protecting farm workers from sexual abuse

When Silvia Perez came to Immokalee, Florida from Guatemala in 1993, there was one profession that made sense: working in the fields. “Tomato-picking is the biggest industry in Florida, and you find out about it right when you arrive,” she said. “It’s bigger than textiles or the restaurant business.” Perez got a job on a […]

Women in male-dominated workplaces more likely to be mistreated

Nearly half of American women work in places where they outnumber the men. But for millions of other women, employment in a male-dominated workplace can be stressful, dangerous and harmful to their careers. A Pew Research Center survey confirmed that women in majority-male workplaces are more likely to experience gender discrimination and sexual harassment. The […]

So you think tipping ensures good service? No, but it does enable sexual harassment

People who work in restaurants will tell you: tips say more about customers than about the service they get. All those people who say that tips are a way to reward good service and punish bad service? Sorry, but that’s not how it works in practice every day in restaurants across the country. Instead, tips are […]

Leading with Less Ego

Rasmus Hougaard and Jacqueline Carter, of the global consulting firm Potential Project, make their case for mindfulness, selflessness, and compassion in leadership. Their survey of 30,000 leaders showed those characteristics are foundational — and often missing from leadership development programs. Show More Summary

A Recruiter Said What He Hates about Candidates and the Candidates Punched Back Twice as Hard

There is often a tenuous relationship between recruiters and job seekers, which is funny because they need each other to be successful. But, they drive each other nuts and that came out to be blatantly obvious when a recruiter posted his pet-peeves about candidates and the candidates responded. Show More Summary

It’s Time To Turn Your Managers Into Coaches

In the 2017 ERC/Crain’s Cleveland Workplace Practices Survey, the majority of respondents noted the hiring and retention of talent is their biggest organizational challenge, and that employees were the greatest strength of their company. Why...Show More Summary

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