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3 Definite Signs You’re In A Toxic Job

A job you’re not enjoying and a toxic environment can really impact your emotional health, personal life and work performance too. If you’re going through a difficult time at work, you will get through it, and you can come out even stronger. You’ve got to believe that for change to happen. Be patient, try not to take your experiences too ... Read More »

Looking For A Flexible Job? Five Ways To Ace The Job Interview

October is National Work and Family Month. October 15 is National Flex Day, which started in 2013 by flexible jobs career site FlexJobs to call attention to the need for flexible work. If you’re interested in working flexibly, you don’t necessarily have to leave your job to get more flexibility in your career. However, if your current job doesn’t lend itself to ... Read More »

Take a peek at the future of media and entertainment at Disrupt SF

Where does tech end and media begin? It can be hard to find the dividing line, particularly as tech companies move into the media business, and as big Hollywood blockbusters are increasingly created on computers. So even though TechCrunch’s Disrupt SF event (happening next week!!) is ostensibly a tech conference, we’ll have plenty of big names from the worlds of media and ... Read More »

10 Crucial Questions To Make Your Résumé Land A Job

Business people handshake GETTY Your résumé is probably something you consider when changing careers or looking for a new job. Job searching doesn’t have to be as hard as we make it, especially if we focus on what I wrote about in this column. Thinking about the job search process and how it compares to things in your everyday life helps you ... Read More »

Bernie Sanders endorses a targeted advertising tax to fund local journalism

On Tuesday morning, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) unveiled a comprehensive plan to protect journalism, including revamped antitrust action against Facebook and Google and new collective bargaining powers for media companies. But Sanders also calls for a more ambitious idea that has been floating around left-wing policy circles all year: a tax on targeted advertising that would funnel money directly from ... Read More »

Smartphones remain a must-buy even in overall slowdown season

New Delhi: There’s little in common between Parle’s ₹5 biscuit pack and motor cars made by Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, except that both have been hit hard by a demand slump. While the slowdown appears to have left few industries unscathed, it’s clear that one area where Indian consumers are loath to skimp on is smartphones. The latest data about India’s smartphone sales bear out ... Read More »

With Social Media, Everyone’s A Celebrity

On Facebook and elsewhere, we design self-flattering profiles, post status updates, upload photos of ourselves and get tagged in others’ uploads, labor to choose the right “25 random things about me,” which are, of course, not random at all. Video cameras are marketed with a one-touch-upload-to-YouTube function. It is not so much that everyone gets fifteen minutes of fame or ... Read More »

‘How could a soldier refuse job given by General’: Amarinder Singh on Navjot Sidhu

Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh said if his minister Navjot Singh Sidhu did not want to do his job, there was nothing he could do about it.(Sanjeev Sharma/HT Photo) Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday said if his minister Navjot Singh Sidhu did not want to do his job, there was nothing he could do about it. This came hours ... Read More »

Job cuts in Deutsche Bank: From NYC to Bengaluru, employees’ careers end in an envelope, a hug and a cab ride

A Deutsche Bank employee in Bengaluru told Reuters that he and several colleagues were told first thing that their jobs were going. (Reuters) Summoned by HR to be handed a Deutsche Bank envelope, many of its staff across the world then left their desks for the last time on Monday, shown the door by their German employer within hours of ... Read More »

Nigel Farage earns at least €30,000 a month from media company

 Nigel Farage in the European parliament in Strasbourg on Tuesday. He is among the parliament’s highest earners. Photograph: Roberto Monaldo Lapress/LaPresse via ZUMA Press/REX/Shutterstock Nigel Farage is earning at least €30,000 (£26,900) a month from his media company Thorn in the Side, his latest earnings declaration reveals. Members of the European parliament are required to declare all income earned on top ... Read More »