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New York City Bartender Makes $96,000 A Year Slinging Drinks
Shred your useless college degree — or stop going to college altogether — and start hitting the liquor cabinet. It's sound advice. A New York City bartender said she made $96,000 last year while bartending at a luxury hotel. Sarah Speros claimed the starting wage at her hotel is $26…
Man’s Hilarious Amazon Resume Goes Viral
When making a resume, there is a fine line between standing out and being too gimmicky. Job seeker Philippe Dubost completely destroyed that line, but we have to say his Amazon-style CV is much more brilliant than it is off-putting.
10 Funny ‘Workaholics’ Quotes
It's only halfway through it's third season, but we can safely say that 'Workaholics' is one of the more easily quotable shows on television right now. How could it not be -- Anders, Adam and Blake chuck out little nuggets of hilarity so often the actual challenge is picking which ones to keep with …
Hate Your Job? Check Out Our List of the Best and Worst Jobs Ever
If you’re like this kid, you spring out of bed each morning and greet the day, anticipating a great day at work where you don’t even mind working overtime, because you love what you do. If you're like most of us though, you dread your job, can't stand your boss, and spend most of your time at the co…
Make Work Fun With These Crazy Cubicles
The cubicle is an icon of the soul-crushing homogenization that is associated with the corporate world—rows and rows of standardized boxes, confining wraiths that suffer and toil in thankless anonymity. But all is not lost! The following are some of the forms the cubicle has taken in the hands of pe…
Flu Season Focusing Attention on ‘Paid Sick Day’ Issue
This flu season is drawing attention to the issues around mandatory paid sick leave. Not so much for those who have it, but for those who do not.  More than 40 million people in the work force do not have paid sick days. So, when they are sick, if they do not work, they do not get paid.

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