Work & Career
They say you spend over a third of your life working, so you might as well love what you do. Whether you are loving every second of work, searching for a new career, or just trying to make the workday a little more bearable—Reader’s Digest is here with the tips, tools, and strategies to help you get to work.
These Are the Only Ways You Should Be Using a Semicolon
The semicolon is the comma's first cousin, but it works a little bit harder; it also makes you look smarter.
41 Little Grammar Rules to Follow to Sound Smarter
C'mon: Make your high school English teachers proud.
What Is the Oxford Comma—And Why Can’t the Grammar World Agree on Whether to Use It?
Who gives a darn about an Oxford comma?
14 Grammar Myths Your English Teacher Lied to You About
Your English teacher would probably be mortified, but you can safely ignore these grammar "rules."
This Is the Most Commonly Misspelled Word on Job Resumes
You can't rely on spell check to catch this one.
9 Spelling and Grammar Mistakes Spell Check Won’t Catch
There are some human errors that only humans can catch.
The Best Free Grammar Check Programs Online
Making mistakes in work emails or sending a presentation in which you've confused "your" and "you're" isn't fun—and it makes...
10 Phrases That Make You Sound Like a CEO
Step up your work presence by decoding these common business phrases CEOs and other higher-ups like to use.
10 Strict Grammar Rules It’s Probably Safe to Ignore
Grammar freaks often freak out about “broken rules.” But most of these examples are simply indicators of a living language...
The Most Common E-mail Mistakes Made in 2017
Make error-free writing a New Year's Resolution for 2018!
These Are the Only Times You Should Use “To Whom It May Concern”
You might want to rethink how you've been greeting your potential employers.