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Does God Care If You Like Your Job?

We believe God cares about the big things in our life—but does He really care where we work? Read More

Want to Get Your Dream Job? Do These 4 Things

There's no simple way to get your dream job, but taking these steps couldn't hurt. Read More

The employment website Glassdoor has put together a new list of the “Best Jobs in America,” for people who are primarily concerned with money and advancement. Their list doesn’t take into account things like overall satisfaction or flexibility, instead relies on three more pragmatic factors: Current number of job openings, average base salary and how easy it is to advance. With a base salary of $111,376 and more than 45,000 current openings, physician assistant topped the list. It was followed by software engineer, business development manager and HR manager. Mysteriously absent from this year’s rankings was “Professional Netflix Binge Watcher.” You can go here to see all 25 jobs ... Discuss

I Chose Family Over Career. Why Do I Feel Like I Need More?

"I'm so grateful for what I have, but there is a lot of pressure to be a successful woman, and I don't feel like I am." Read More

According to new research, listening to music at work actually makes you better at your job. The study found that workers preformed their tasks better if they were listening to music. More than 80% of those involved in the study had more accurate test results and worked faster if they had music going. It should be noted, that the study was conducted by “Mindlab International on behalf of MusicWorks, the joint campaign from music licensing companies PRS for Music and PPL,” according to The Telegraph. We’re not saying it’s biased, but the people behind the research definitely had a stake in the results. Either way, we’re not going to argue with it. Science doesn’t lie, right? ... Discuss

The team at BusinessInsider.com has created this large infograph outlining the best jobs for each one of the 16 personalities described in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator test. Obviously, the list isn’t perfect, but it does provide some interesting insight into information that they claim “about 80% of the Fortune 500 and 89 of Fortune 100 companies use” to analyze their employees. For the infograph data, they teamed with one of the authors of Do What You Are, Paul Tieger, and applied the methodology of the book. You can see the whole chart here ... Discuss