The Work Ethic of Millenials and How To Recruit Them
Millennials and work ethic. While the debate rages on between the generations one thing remains certain. This generation, set to be the most educated in history, is moving into the workforce and even...
What Your Veterinarian Wishes You'd Stop Feeding Your Pets
Peanut butter, for one.
How to Make Yourself So Poachable Recruiters Won't Be Able to Look Away
How to Get Poached by a Recruiter for an Awesome New Job - The Muse: Want to land a new job without applying the old...
13 Successful Entrepreneurs Share Their Favorite Piece Of Advice
Successful entrepreneurs from around the world share the advice that changed the way they work.
TV's diversity report card: How we grade the major networks
ABC fared best, CBS worst in embracing actors of color and diversity issues in programming.
Men's guide to good health
Whether you’re an eligible bachelor, a busy dad, or a proud grandfather, you plan an important role in the lives of those around you. So take care of the basics to stay on top of your game.
11 Tips for Talking to Your Child About Strengths and Weaknesses
Be open with kids who have learning and attention issues like a learning disability or ADHD. Talk about weaknesses as well as strengths. Here are more tips.
Living Architecture: 100-Seat Church Made of Real Trees
This amazing church in New Zealand was crafted from dozens of living trees, which will form into a strong natural structure as they continue to grow.
How One School Turns Elementary Students Into Global Citizens
Instead of a traditional U.S. social studies class in elementary school, what about a curriculum that celebrates perspectives and cultures from around the world? It’s never too early to start teaching students how to think globally, teacher Kyle Redford writes.
Volunteer! It’s Good for Your Physical and Mental Health
Share this While you already know volunteering can be a great benefit to your community, did you know those same volunteer activities can also improve your health and well-being “There is a calmness that comes with volunteering that can lower blood pressure and lower the heart rate,” said Dr. Susan Corzilius, a family medicine physician with Kaiser Permanente Northwest in Salem, Ore. This calmness also lowers inflammation in the body by lowering the stress hormones, like cortisol, she says. “When we lower inflammation, we reduce the risk of many health problems including heart attacks, stroke, diabetes and depression.” Nearly a quarter of the U.S. population volunteers in some capacity, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.…