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Past articles by Meghan:

Top 38 songs about work to get you through a long day

We've curated a list of both the essential classic rock oldies and today’s Top pop hits that will be sure to power your through a stagnant work day: → Read More

Skipping this daily meal is linked to an increased risk of depression

If you’re struggling with depression you might try eating a healthy portion of food in the morning, if breakfast isn’t already part of your morning routine. → Read More

This is the worst age to be unemployed, according to research

The link between life satisfaction and employment status is inarguable. But at what age is it the most impactful? Researchers sought out to find an answer. → Read More

7 moments of inspiration during the Coronavirus crisis that will fill you with hope

In these trying times it’s become so important that we redirect our focus toward the acts of kindness, scientific progress, and forward movement happening in pockets all over the world -- if not for your mental health, but the collective optimism of your community. → Read More

5 common Coronavirus myths that need to be debunked

It is true that researchers in several countries are working expediently to develop and test a vaccine. No such vaccine has been released as of yet. → Read More

Beauty sleep is real and can reverse aging, according to body clock scientists

If aging (and all its unfortunate physical setbacks) can indeed be prorogued by a proper sleep schedule, it couldn’t hurt to fit some extra Zs in your life. → Read More

This everyday activity is linked to deeper sleep quality

Participants who simply added a few more steps than normal to their day experienced better sleep later on. This is reassuring for those who detest the gym. → Read More

Why inexperienced managers should steer clear of emotions at work

If you feel inclined to be receptive emotional baggage of an employee, the findings suggest your support does little for your fellow employees, anyway. → Read More

New research finds people are selfishly motivated (even if they are unaware of it)

Before you become too jaded, it might serve you well to remember that this inherent selfishness is, in most cases, not necessarily intended. → Read More

The Top 15 highest-paying jobs in mechanical engineering

The employment of mechanical engineers is projected to grow 4 percent from 2018 to 2028. These are the highest paying jobs, according to Ladders' data. → Read More

8 experts share their best sleep tips for 2020

We talked to a panel of leading experts in the field of sleep for their out-of-the-box tips to help you make 2020 the year of better zzz’s. → Read More

How 2020's latest office design trend will change teamwork forever

The personalization of workspaces allows for a more streamlined workflow and teamwork collaboration. Space should reflect performance style. → Read More

The Top 15 highest-paying jobs in brand marketing and management

Have you ever opened an email and struggled to immediately decipher the message? This is one of the few predicaments in which a brand marketing lead comes to the rescue. And, with the increasing infiltration of artificial intelligence (AI) creating more demand for marketing activities, new jobs that no one has ever heard of will become fundamental for managing the machines. So which companies… → Read More

This food group is linked to the steep rise in holiday depression, study finds

The privilege afforded by living a developed, high-calorie consuming Western country also poses a challenge for those who have access to high-calorie foods. → Read More

New study reveals the way we remember facts can spread misinformation

The study found that people given accurate statistics on a controversial issue tended to misremember those figures to comply with commonly held beliefs. → Read More

Why corporate higher-ups are obligated to use their position for good

Big name corporations don’t only have a significant impact on the lives of their employees -- their impact has direct implications on the environment. → Read More

The Top 15 highest paying jobs in digital marketing and social media

With the ascent of social media influencer marketing candidates who explore roles in this industry have a plethora of opportunities to choose from. → Read More

The exact amount your coworker wants to charge you for these annoying office transgressions

So next time you find yourself more than 5 minutes late to a meeting, be glad there isn't (currently) a tax on tardiness. → Read More

The Top 15 highest paying jobs in architecture and interior design

Those with an architectural degree can expect to earn an average of $76,930 annually, compared to the annual median of $49,810 for an interior designer. → Read More

The biggest mistake you're making on LinkedIn and what you should do instead

If you’re trying to grow your business, you’ll most likely want to focus on LinkedIn. As per Neil Patel, about 80% of B2B leads come from LinkedIn. → Read More