Workplace risk, workplace safety
Safety First


Have you ever felt unsafe in your work, or observed risky conditions in a workplace?

OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, is the go-to source for improving, and reporting, unsafe work conditions in the United States.

Do you need a license for that job?


Did you know that nearly 30 percent of U.S. workers need a license to perform their job?

Learn more about licensing requirements in all 50 states.

Employee retention ideas: low-cost and effective
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Hiring employees requires effort and expense, making retaining them a top priority. Fortunately, many effective retention practices are low-cost or free.

Find the certifications employers value the most
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Ready to boost your career?

Earning a certification is a great place to start.

What is the minimum wage?
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Minimum wage in the United States: if the topic incites both your curiosity and confusion, read on for some facts, myth busters, and revelations.

5 careers you can get with a degree in information security
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Thinking about an IT career? One of these cyber security fields may be right for you.

According to a report by, there were 209,000 vacancies of cyber security jobs heading into 2016.

Calling all pro athlete wannabees
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If you find yourself dreaming about a future as a professional athlete, you might wonder what it takes to get there.

5 career ideas for introverts
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An introverted nature is almost always accompanied by some above-average abilities, such as strong observation, excellent listening skills, high degree of readiness and extreme attention to detail.

If you’re an introvert, then you should definitely choose a career that plays to your unique skills.

I’m still in high school—why should I take an interest assessment?
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There’s one big reason to take an interest assessment when you’re starting to think about your future career plans: when you enjoy your job, you’re more likely to be good at it.

5 tips for teens looking for a summer job
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Summer’s officially here, but it’s not too late to search for and land a summer job.

Follow these 5 tips to help make your search successful: