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People who are so passionate about what they do for a living that they could be said to have a “calling” rather than a job also report greater life satisfaction. ... More>
Completing calculations, even simple math problems, may predispose people to a “calculative mindset” where they’re more likely to lie, cheat, and behave selfishly. ... More>
A recent study finds that some Big Five personality traits are particularly sought after in job interviews and can even help predict success in the workplace. ... More>
One way for companies to retain top talent may be through offering employees opportunities for job training, according to new research. ... More>
Although piercings and tattoos are increasingly common, a new study finds that even college students still carry negative views of facial piercings in the workplace. ... More>