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Past articles by Jennifer:

How Gen Z Is Rewriting Dating, Marriage and Family Plans for Their 20s: ‘I Have So Much Stuff I Have to Worry About'

Some 86% of Gen Z interns think a recession is coming, and it’s changing how they think about their careers, life and goals. → Read More

It Might Be Time to Bring Up Inflation to Negotiate a Raise—Here's How to Do It

High inflation and a tight labor market means workers have more leverage to make the case for a raise. → Read More

4 People on How Their Company's Switch to Work-From-Anywhere Spurred Them to Move Around the World

Atlassian says nearly 300 employees have moved to a new country since it adopted the policy in 2020. → Read More

Quit Your Job After Less Than a Year? Here's How to Discuss It in Interviews

Employers are now more willing to overlook a short stint or even a gap in your work history. → Read More

Why It's So Satisfying to Watch People Complain About Their Jobs on TikTok: ‘People Are Sick of Work'

TikTok has become a place to commiserate about corporate work life. → Read More

61% of People Working From Home Are Doing So Because They Want to, Even Though Their Office Is Open

61% of people say they’re choosing not to go into their workplace, and 38% say their office is closed. → Read More

‘Jeopardy!' Millionaire Amy Schneider Quit Her Job—Here's What She's Up to Next

The millionaire game-show winner has big plans as a public figure. → Read More

What to Say If You Aren't Offered Enough Money in a Salary Negotiation

The best way to feel more confident in negotiations is to prepare and practice. → Read More

Economist: There's ‘Absolutely' No Sign Pay Hikes Will Slow Anytime Soon

Economists say employers will continue to give big pay raises, but they won’t solve the labor shortage and could contribute to rising inflation. → Read More

Landing a Remote Job Is Getting Competitive — Here's How to Stand Out as an Applicant

The rules of applying to a remote job are changing. Here’s what hiring managers want to know right away. → Read More

3 People Who Quit Their Jobs This Year on the Biggest Lessons They Learned and Their Advice to Others

Three women share why they quit their job this year, the biggest lessons they learned and their best advice. → Read More

The Return-To-Office Date Is ‘History,' Business and Health Experts Say

The latest developments around Covid could very well kill the return-to-office date as we know it. → Read More

The Top 10 Cities Turning Old Office Buildings Into Apartments—Take a Look Inside

Office building are increasingly being converted into new rental housing. → Read More

This Speech Pathologist Taught Herself to Code—Now She Earns $93,000 as a Software Engineer

Why this millennial, who trained to be a speech pathologist, taught herself to code and switched to a career in tech. → Read More

Kal Penn Applied for His White House Job Online—and Almost Didn't Get It Due to This Common Mistake

Even celebrities have a hard time applying for a new job. → Read More

The Book of Poetry This Workplace Happiness Expert Thinks Everyone Should Read

Jenn Lim, CEO of Delivering Happiness, recommends “Inward” for anyone young at heart, in mind and in spirit. → Read More

Ava DuVernay Says Oprah Taught Her the Best Lesson on Handling Criticism

The filmmaker discussed how she defines success, self-care tips and her Zillow habits with The Cut. → Read More

The Biggest Misconception About What It Means to Be Happy at Work, According to a Happiness Expert

Getting it right doesn’t cost that much money. → Read More