“They said, ‘Unfortunately the budgeted salary for this position is $40K. Thanks for your interest and best of luck.’ But I would be okay making $40K!”
Source: Why employers play coy games around salary.
A compelling and complicated legacy, plus emotionally intelligent leadership that works.
Source: Why Emotionally Intelligent People Still Follow Colin Powell’s 13 Rules for Leaders | Inc.com
How your memories impact your immune system, why moving is one of the most stressful life-events, and what your parents have to do with your predisposition to PTSD.
Source: The Science of Stress and How Our Emotions Affect Our Susceptibility to Burnout and Disease
Buying your own device is worth the cost.
Source: Why you need a personal laptop – The Verge
It sure does seem like your current manager said something that gave them pause.
Source: Ask a Boss My Job Offer Was Rescinded After I’d Given Notice
Among all U.S. adults, 63% favor making tuition at public colleges free, including 34% who strongly favor the proposal.
Source: Democrats strongly favor tuition-free college, GOP divided by age and education | Pew Research Center
Some companies are asking candidates to attend multiple interviews. But too many rounds could be a red flag – and even drive candidates away.
Source: The rise of never-ending job interviews – BBC Worklife
Historian Edward Watts argues that violent rhetoric and disregard for political norms was the beginning of Rome’s end.
Source: Lessons in the Decline of Democracy From the Ruined Roman Republic
From the magazine’s archive: a selection of pieces by and about Baldwin, on the occasion of what would have been his ninety-seventh birthday.
Source: Sunday Reading: Celebrating James Baldwin | The New Yorker
In Britain, most pet cats are free to roam, but where do they go and what do they get up to? We fitted six cats with GPS trackers and found out
Source: The hidden world of cats: what our feline friends are doing when we’re not looking | Cats | The Guardian