Gili Malinsky, CNBC

Gili Malinsky

CNBC

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • CNBC
Past:
  • Grow
  • Business Insider
  • Business Insider SG
  • VICE
  • MTV News

Recent articles by Gili:

The 10 U.S. metro areas where high-income earners have seen the most wage growth

Workers industry-wide have seen wage gains. When it comes to high-income earners, average earnings went from $22K/month in 2019 to nearly $24K/month in 2021. → Read More

There's more than one type of work burnout―how to identify which you have

Burnout is widely recognized as a serious condition. But when it comes to work burnout, there's more than one type, say experts. → Read More

How a 34-year-old CEO and cancer survivor sets clear boundaries at work: ‘After 7 p.m., you're not allowed to Slack or email’

Liya Shuster-Bier founded Alula after surviving two bouts of cancer. She now implements strict guidelines about when employees should be working and resting. → Read More

Don't try quiet quitting, says Kevin O'Leary: It's 'a really bad idea'

Kevin O'Leary is not on board with quiet quitting, a phrase that essentially means setting professional boundaries and not taking on more work than necessary. → Read More

3 millennials on their experience of quiet quitting: ‘I'm not going to overwork myself anymore’

Quiet quitting, a term newly in the zeitgeist of the American work lingo, describes the experience of doing your job without going above and beyond. → Read More

4 entrepreneurs who’ve raised millions on the morning routines that set them up for success

Entrepreneurs have long days and often wake up even before 6 a.m. Here are the morning routines of four successful entrepreneurs. → Read More

How to find a side hustle that could keep your skills 'sharp' and make you better at your job

Side hustles could be a great way to improve the skills you use in your 9-5. If you're in marketing, for example, offering your newsletter-writing services. → Read More

Making work friends is hard, but doing it can make you more 'happy and satisfied'—here's how

According to Jay Shetty, "one of the best predictors for how happy and satisfied people are" at work is if they have work friends. Here's how to make some. → Read More

This 28-year-old was making 6 figures as a vice president at Goldman Sachs—here’s why she quit to write novels

Lindsay MacMillan always dreamed of becoming an author. It would take five manuscripts and six years of work at Goldman Sachs to make it happen. → Read More

Adults with untreated ADHD 'lose jobs more frequently,' says NYU psychiatrist: Here's what you need to know

ADHD impairs executive functions like goal setting, attention, and impulse control. Untreated adults can "change jobs or lose jobs more frequently." → Read More

This millennial mom built a $1 million business—her top 3 productivity hacks for starting a side hustle

Julie Berninger started a blog, a podcast, an Etsy shop, and an online course business while working full time. Here are her productivity tips. → Read More

'There's more to your life than work’: A therapist’s message to college grads

Starting your first job can feel all-consuming, but it's important to remember work is just one aspect of your life. Here's how to set some boundaries. → Read More

4 side hustles for recent college graduates: One can pay as much as $85 per hour

If you're a recent college grad, you may start your career in an entry-level position. Consider picking up a side hustle to earn a bit more. → Read More

How to negotiate your first salary, according to a career coach

If you've recently graduated, you may be going through the job interview process for the first time. Remember, once that offer comes, always negotiate. → Read More

5 U.S. employment laws every person entering the job market should know

"Workers have fewer rights in the United States than in many other countries," says an expert. But a few laws still protect them. → Read More

64% of service sector workers report having unpredictable schedules—and it impacts more than pay

Chipotle workers went on strike in New York recently, alleging their schedules are unpredictable. A majority of service sector workers report the same. → Read More

10 jobs with the best future outlook for college grads—some pay more than $100,000 per year

Millions of college graduates will be flocking the job market in the coming months. Jobs like software developer and registered nurse will long be in demand. → Read More

Austin, Nashville, Denver and 7 other top cities for entry-level workers

Among the most popular places for career starters are Austin, Texas, Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Cape Coral, Florida, according to LinkedIn. → Read More

Frustrated with your co-workers? Try these tactics to solve conflicts and get on the same page

An overwhelming majority of workers, 85%, say they experience some type conflict at work. Experts recommend approaching colleagues with appreciation. → Read More

This 34-year-old mom's Etsy store brought in nearly $160,000 in 2021: How she built her hustle while working full time

Rachel Jimenez long balanced side hustles and full-time work. She built her six-figure Etsy store while working at a university. → Read More