Careers

Work/Life
What if you shared what was really on your mind during job interviews?
Work/Life
The subtle and not-so-subtle ways people assert their dominance in the office are not all in your head.
Work/Life
This job-hunting strategy to "get your foot in the door" can backfire, career experts say.
Politics
New Labor Department statistics show that despite Trump’s repeated boasts, job creation was a lot higher during Barack Obama's final years.
Money
If you have to buy your own inventory up front, run.
Work/Life
Participants in the class role-played difficult work conversations to discover how improv and work have a lot in common.
Politics
"The diseased mind of Secretary Ross in all of its glory, folks," one tweeter responded to the commerce secretary's suggestion on Fox Business.
Work/Life
The media mogul's advice on failure has kept me going during hard times.
Work/Life
Is your private setting on? Because using an incognito browser won't hide your views.
HuffPost Personal
"I now know what it’s like to be on both sides of the register and it's truly changed me."
Work/Life
Miranda Priestly is remembered as a bad boss. But her staff is bad at work, too.
WOMEN'S WORK
Start the work today to land the job you want in the new year.
WOMEN'S WORK
Your answer is the beginning of your salary negotiation.
Entertainment
The Duchess of Cambridge held a few jobs before becoming a royal.
Work/Life
The question has a surprising psychological factor for workers now and in the future.
WOMEN'S WORK
To answer this open-ended question, you need to have a focused career story.
Work/Life
A new level above you in the org chart isn't necessarily a career setback.
HuffPost Personal
Though most of the people working there were true believers, there were some who seemed to understand things were not quite what they seemed.