Is our culture decent enough to keep tipping?
I have a rude habit that I can’t shake whenever I’m at a restaurant with someone who is picking up the check or splitting the bill with me. I always, always sneak back to the
The Powerful Motivation of Paying Upfront
Dear Dan, I know that you’ve often written about money as a motivator. This semester, I would like to join a yoga class that requires a substantial one-time registration fee. Will paying this amount in
How Low Income Affects Routine Decisions
The US government shutdown has left scores of people without paychecks. Their worries about money will be difficult to suppress and may interfere with other experiences, research suggests.
How to Highlight Job Skills on a Resume
Your resume is not about you. Sure, it has your name at the top and it traces your career progression. But to serve its true purpose – securing you a great job – it can’t
Personality Match Between Employee and Job Linked with Higher Income
An employee whose personality traits closely match the traits that are ideal for her job is likely to earn more than an employee whose traits are less aligned with her job demands.
If You Want to Feel Better, Spend Money on Saving Time
The Wall Street Journal: People feel happier when they pay to save time than when they buy something nice for themselves. Those are the results we found in a series of recent studies. Spending on