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The Danger of a Waiting for Your 'Dream Job'

Why joy in work is more about your attitude than the job you're in. Read More
 

A new study from the University of Miami has found that the gender pay gap in America is very real. According to the research, that will be published in the Eastern Economic Journal, on average, women who achieved a 4.0 GPA in high school make less than men whose GPA was just 2.5. As Time points out, there is still a large debate about what contributes to gender inequality when it comes to career earnings (discrimination, opportunities, parenting decisions, etc.), but the research shows that it continues to be a serious issue ... Discuss

 

3 Things to Know About Finding Your Calling

Some things to remember while trying to figure out what you're made to do. Read More
 

When You Don't Have a Job You Love

Finding the purpose behind your work—even if it isn't at your dream job. Read More
 

Dream Job or Dream Community?

The tension of leaving a great community for your 'next right step.' Read More
 

Using government research—which tracked a group of 15,000 high school sophomores in 2002, and then followed up with them 10 years later—The Atlantic has put together this series of charts that “offers up a statistical picture of young-adult life in the wake of the Great Recession.” The piece compiled some interesting information about American twentysomething life, like home ownership rates (one in five), how many have children (34%), how many got married (28%), how much they earn, information about reaching career goals, how much debt they carry and how education correlates with all of the categories. You can go here to see all of the charts about the “highly educated, highly indebted” generation ... Discuss