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There's no way around it: the office can be an irritating place. Partly, this is because we're forced to spend so much time there. Anything you have to do is annoying; anywhere you have to be can feel claustrophobic. But LinkedIn's data indicates that many of the things that drive us "up a cubicle wall" are choices -- as in, we could all stop doing them, if we tried.

Most of us would say that employees shouldn't do a lot of non-work-related activities at the office. After all, everyone's worked with that person who can't get off Facebook or stop playing Solitaire long enough to get anything done. But in reality, given how long the average work day has become, most of us will be forced to "home from work" at some point or another.

The "Guide To Travel Nursing Jobs" presents data obtained from our nationwide base of travel nurses including motivational factors in choosing a travel nurse career, age demographics, benefits information, and social media usage. In addition, the guide highlights the salary info for travel RNs as well as a timeline of the travel nursing process.

In the olden days (pre-internet, and before the advent of jeans that cost about as much as dinner) people dressed up for work. Nowadays, we have a lot more freedom to choose what we wear. But for many of us, when it comes to dressing for work, too much choice is not necessarily a good thing. Fast fashion chain New Look has compiled all the non-negotiable rules of dressing for work in one infographic.

Landing a job takes more than a decent resume – it also takes a bit of creativity to get noticed, and social media enables candidates to do just that. We’ll take a look at one of the most comprehensive guides available to show you how to successfully use social networks to land that dream career.

Office space is smaller than ever, and getting smaller still, according to research from CoreNet Global. Of the 465 companies surveyed, 24 percent said their staff had less than 100 square feet of workspace to call their own, while 40 percent said space would shrink to that level by 2017. Workspace has shrunk from 225 square feet in 2010 to 176 just four years later.

Think your job is tough? It could always be worse. A look at Lapham's Quarterly's matrix of the worst jobs in the history of man will make you happy to return to your 9-to-5.

Nowadays, most of us would be happy just to have health insurance and maybe some paid vacation, but it's still fun to read about some of the crazier perks available to employees of companies like Google and Twitter.

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Nowadays, simply having a degree doesn't guarantee a candidate an interview, so job seekers need to know what will make them stand out in the crowd. We'll take a look at the infographic beneath the cut to see how job-specific training makes you the best hire.

Napping is associated with everything from greater mental clarity and higher rates of productivity to not wanting to dump your mid-afternoon coffee over your coworkers' heads. If you're able to sneak in a little shuteye at the office, there's a science to getting just the right amount of snooze time. The Wall Street Journal recently released an infographic that explains exactly how long to sleep, in order to achieve your desired results.

It takes more than simply creating a LinkedIn profile to catch the attention of recruiters during online job searches. In the infographic beneath the cut, AvidCareerist.com provides a step-by-step guide to help online job seekers proactively seek out recruiters on LinkedIn and get their resumes front and center.

It seems the code for social media etiquette has finally been cracked, and it’s easy enough for a 5-year-old to comprehend. In their playful infographic, Uberflip explains the five incredibly simple rules to minding your Ps and Qs online, so that you don’t find yourself in timeout for not playing nice.

When you picture a CEO, you probably envision a middle-aged white man with a degree from an Ivy League school -- and you're not wrong. However, the latest crop of CEOs indicates that things might be about to change, at least in terms of age.

With an estimated increase in investment of 73 percent, social media recruiting is the new hot trend for companies with vacancies. Take a look at JobVite’s infographic to see how social recruiting is significantly impacting the hiring scene.

College can be a fun and exciting time, but what happens when your parents cut you off financially and it’s time to pay your own bills? Have no fear, OnlineCollege.org has the post-grad finance cheat sheet you’ve been praying for, to get your finances under control and aligned with your long-term goals.

It makes perfect sense: the person who calls the meetings probably thinks they're worthwhile, while the folks who are being dragged away from their teeming inbox might perceive it as an interruption.

Though they study on average more than eight years to teach, most adjunct professors earn just $20,000 a year. The number of masters and doctorate degree holders on food stamps has tripled in the past few years. Why do we reward our best and brightest with measly pay, massive debt and, very often, no career?

f you find yourself hating the minutiae of your boring, everyday job, then why not try your hand out at one of these odd jobs that surprisingly bring home the bacon.

Nowadays, recruiters are cracking down on background checks and are turning to social media to see what potential candidates are really all about. Safeguard your professional reputation by not committing these five social media offenses -- unless you enjoy being unemployed.

It's officially September, which means that most Americans have either taken their summer vacations -- or make an uncomfortable peace with the fact that they're probably not taking one. If you're in the latter camp, you're not alone: Virtual meeting software provider PGI recently performed a survey, which found that 15 percent of us lose vacation days, because we can't use them.