People with Type-A spouses make more money than those married to more laid-back people.
Becoming a pilot or airline hostess might seem like a glamorous job, but new research reveals that these professions could also double the risk of cancer.
Yes, you heard that. Not only swearing in the office is perfectly fine but might even "boost your career," and there are studies to back the claim.
The decision where to work is in many ways life-shaping. However not many realize this until well into their career.
Pitting female colleagues against each other kills creativity, according to a new study.
Multitasking can significantly lower quality of work, according to a new study.
Medical science is neglecting female talent, a new study suggests.
A new report conducted by the National Alliance on Mental Illness found that the unemployment rate for adults with severe mental illnesses is more than 80 percent.
Former athletes are more likely to get top jobs, according to a new study.
Women believe wearing red lipstick will help them get ahead in the workplace, according to a new survey of 1,000 women.
Manly women are less likely to get hired after interviews, according to a new surprising study.
Painting, dancing, writing poems or other creative extracurricular activities may help boost productivity at work, according to a new study on job performance.
Millennial men are keepers. New research reveals that men of the millennium are more likely than their older generations to make sacrifices for their wife's career goals.
Mean people make better bosses, a new study suggests.
A new study found that having a mentally-challenging job can boost mental health in the future.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.