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Even More Stunning US Air Force Photography

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To satisfy the notable interest in our Stunning US Air Force Photography photo gallery, once again I have delved into the archives of the United States...




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    She Had a Horrible Boss. Her Revenge: Build a New Way to Job Hunt

    It was the night of Superstorm Sandy, and a broken construction crane was one strong gust away from threatening the safety of anyone on 57th Street... Read more

  • Joint Service Drill Exhibition

    Best of Modern US Army Photography

    Army strong? How about Army beautiful. Let us dive into United States Army photography, an actual career path within the military branch leading one to... Read more

  • "The obstacles to re-employment success stem not just from employer views about older workers, but also from age-related differences in knowledge, skills, and abilities, and the kind of jobs people want," says Ruth Kanfer.  (abadonian/iStock)

    Here Are 5 Tips for Job-Seekers Over 50

    Older adults who are looking for a job should expect to search for weeks longer and receive fewer offers than their younger counterparts, a new... Read more

  • "Not everybody has to start their own company," says Henry Sauermann. "You can also make a difference for the world by joining a founder." (Heisenberg Media/CC BY 2.0)

    Start-Ups Need ‘Joiners’ as Well as Founders

    Startup founders often take great risks to launch their new ventures. But what about the people who want to join these founders to help them... Read more

  • Silent Drill Platoon & Blue Angels 'Fat Albert'

    The Absolute Best of US Marine Corps Photography, Part 2

    Here is part two of our selection of works of U.S. Marine Corps photographers. Even though most of the photos capture training rather than actual combat,... Read more

  • In this file photo, an intern with the US Senate Office of Legislative Council  brings free sundaes to co-workers. (Tim Sloan/AFP/Getty Images)

    The Endless Internship Treadmill

    New graduates are increasingly having to apply for multiple internships – often unpaid – to get their first regular full-time job.  24-year-old Camille from Switzerland... Read more

  • Wall of Fire lights up MCAS Miramar night

    The Absolute Best of US Marine Corps Photography, Part 1

    Being a photographer in the United States Marine Corps comes with incredible access. Wherever Marines are, there you are too, documenting.  Here we bring you... Read more

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    9 US Presidents Before and After Being in Office

    Apparently, it’s a tough life when you’re the president of the United States. Some might say it’s a luxurious dream come true, but looking at... Read more

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    Friend, Fan, or Follower on Social Media, We Are Still Just Human

    The age of social media has changed the ways people communicate, both inside organizations, and between companies and their customers. Ted Rubin is a leading... Read more

  • In this May 26, 2015 photo, freelance web designer Henry Brown poses for a portrait, in New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

    Working 9-to-5 Becoming a Less Popular Way to Make a Living

    NEW YORK—If you want an income, or you’re an employer looking for help, it may be time to scrap the idea of the traditional 9-to-5... Read more

  • MaRS, one of the world's largest urban innovation hubs in downtown Toronto, provides facilities to meet the needs of a range of innovation tenants, including co-working space for high-impact tech startups (MaRS).

    High-Tech Entrepreneurship Heats up in Canada

    A revival in Canadian high tech is underway. Not just about natural resources anymore, Canadians are emerging from the shadows cast by fallen giants Nortel... Read more

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    Leading a Team? How Not to Put Your Foot in Your Mouth

    In fast-paced, results-oriented cultures like most American workplaces, it’s really easy for team members to overlook the process of building mutual understanding. When this happens, trust... Read more

  • Those companies accepting responsibility saw their share price stabilize over the next several months, while those that blamed others continued to experience falling share prices," says Stephen Ferris. (claudiobaba/iStock)

    How Taking the Blame Can Save a Business

    Honesty is the best policy: Researchers report companies can benefit by publicly taking the blame for poor performance. The study finds that companies that performed... Read more

  • In this composite image a comparison has been made between John Forbes Nash, Jr,  who won a Nobel Prize for economics and whose life story was made into the Academy Award-nominated film 'A Beautiful Mind', and actor Russell Crowe. (Left: Robert P. Matthews/Princeton University/Getty Images, right: David Mcnew/Getty Images)

    John Nash: A Beautiful Mind and Its Exquisite Mathematics

    John Nash, mathematician and Nobel laureate in economics, died in a taxi accident on May 23; he was 86. His wife, Alicia, was with him... Read more

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    How to Deal With a Jerk at Work

    Good coworkers can brighten your day and inspire your work; bad coworkers can crush your spirit. According to new research, those jerks at work do... Read more

  • FILE - In this March 17, 2015 file photo, actress Jessica Alba poses at the 30th Anniversary Impact Awards Dinner at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)

    More Celebrity Women Taking on Role of Business Owner

    NEW YORK—These days, one of the most coveted roles among A-list actresses is business owner. Oscar winner Halle Berry is one of the latest female... Read more


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