Jobs & Military

  • 16 surprising jobs that make more than teachers

      

    The average starting salary for a teacher in the U.S. is about $45,000 -- a career that can often require more education than just a bachelor's degree. With that in mind, you may be...

  • UK company to offer 'period leave' for female employees

      

    One way to destigmatize menstrual periods may be to give women a week off every month -- at least, that's what one British company hopes to achieve. Read more: Paid vacation? This boss...

  • Fired for a Facebook post before the first day on the job

      

    I've said it again and again: Be careful what you post on Facebook -- or any other social media site -- because it might just cost you your job! Mom's big social media...

  • Robots and your job: What's coming next?

      

    Will advanced robotics lead to a massive wave of unemployment in the United States? Or will it liberate us from the drudgery of work? Read more: 5 things to do immediately after you lose your...

  • 5 things to do immediately after you lose your job

      

    It's usually not very encouraging if your boss invites you to a 5 p.m. meeting on a Friday. In fact, according to NYT bestselling author Jon Acuff, that’s a booby trap...

  • Need some cash? Netflix will pay you $4,000 to Instagram on set for two weeks

      

    If you love Netflix and Instagram, this may be the perfect job for you! But here's the catch: you have to apply via Instagram. Netflix is looking for four "Grammasters" to join...

  • Retailers investing in employees to fight turnover

      

    The job market in much of the country has firmed up, and restaurants, retailers and hotels in particular are all seeing a lot of employee turnover. That's led to a declining customer service...

  • 3 ways to figure out your best job skills

      

    What job skills do you really have? That’s what you get paid for, it’s how you get new jobs, and it’s how you make your job recession-proof. Watch more: 3 ways to figure...

  • Meet the garbagemen who make over $100,000 a year

      

    Being a high school dropout does not signal the end for everyone, especially Noel Molina, who dropped out in the 10th grade and went into a high-paying job — being a garbage worker. Read...

  • 3 ways to figure out who can help you get a job

      

    When it comes to finding a new job, networking continues to be a job seeker's best bet. The key is just figuring out who can actually help. So if you’re looking for your...

  • How dressing for success actually leads to success

      

    At some point before an interview or other important event in your life, you've probably heard that you should "dress to impress" or "dress for success." And while it may...

  • Bank decides to relieve car lease for active duty soldier

      

    A Peabody, Massachusetts, soldier was called to active duty and at first a bank wouldn't give her any relief on her car lease. FOX25 in Boston contacted the bank about the issue and now...

  • Nonprofit helps find temporary homes for pets of deployed military members

      

    CHESAPEAKE, Va. — A deployment is difficult on a military member who has to leave everything behind to protect and fight for our country. When deployed, many worry about the...

  • Top military officials say women should have to register for the draft

      

    Now that women will have the ability to serve in any military role, including combat, some of the U.S.' top armed forces brass think it’s time for women to register for any future drafts...

  • 5 steps to avoid living a Groundhog Day in your finances

      

    According to Groundhog.org, Phil the groundhog predicted an early spring for 2016 in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, this morning. Phil did not see his shadow!  In celebration of...