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.
The Sneaky Way You’re Sabotaging Your Own New Year’s Resolutions
Every new year, we pledge that this will be the year we keep our resolutions—and then we don't. Why is that? Inspirational author Jon Acuff's book, Finish, has the answer you never saw coming.
8 Pieces of Advice Bill Gates Would Give His Younger Self
Let's just say, he would have done a few things differently.
10 Celebrities Who Used to Work at McDonald’s
Before they started attending awards shows, they had to put on their uniform and clock in at the famous fast...
How to Find More Meaning In Your Life, According to 5 People Who Did
Living a meaningful life can be different for everyone, but in these five incredible people found that what really matters...
13 Important Lessons About School You Never Actually Learn in School
Long after back-to-school season is over, these learning strategies will come in handy for life outside the classroom.
Don’t Even Consider Moving Without Answering These Important Questions
As a life coach, the author has helped clients decide if they should move across the country, out of the...
The Youth Organization That Keeps Churning Out Trailblazers—It’s Not the Girl Scouts
You might think Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, or the 4-H Club are just childhood activities, but wait till you hear...
12 New Networking Rules You’ll Need to Land That Dream Job
Need to brush up on your networking skills? Career guru Kelly Hoey, author of Build Your Dream Network, shares the...
5 Famous Billionaire Dropouts
One look at this Forbes list of billionaires who never graduated from high school will make you wonder: If you...
Inspiring Stories of Famous People Who Achieved Their Dreams
The Manager Who Couldn’t Write By Gary Sledge What launched Amy Tan’s career was not a big break, but a