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The 28 highest-paying jobs for workaholics

If you work far more than the next guy and get more excited about your job than about family or any other activity, you may be a workaholic. Using Census data compiled by the Minnesota Population Center, we found 28 jobs with long hours and high pay.
Washington, DC is a popular destination for job seekers.

10 US cities job seekers are flocking to right now — and 5 cities they’re abandoning to get there

New York, DC, and San Francisco are among the most attractive and popular cities for "metro movers," or those who apply to jobs outside of the metro area they live in.
Try these tips if you can barely keep your eyes open at work.

17 things you should do if you’re bored at work

Bored at work again? There's a better way to use your time besides reading the news, browsing Facebook, and glancing at the clock every other minute. Try one of these 17 tips today to boost your on-the-job happiness.

29 unprofessional habits that make everyone at work hate you

Everyone has bad workplace habits, whether you realize it or not. Take a moment to remind yourself what behavior at work may be negatively affecting others.
When it comes to desk clutter, keep it at a minimum.

13 ways to hack your workspace for optimal productivity

Many people spend the majority of their waking hours during the week at their work desks. Use these tips from interior designers across America to make your workspace more optimized for productivity.
There are some things you should never say at work.

13 things you should never say at work that most people don’t know

Work etiquette varies from company to company, but there are some things that are universal. Business Insider spoke with a business etiquette expert about what you should never say at work, regardless of the circumstances.
Productivity isn't universal — do what helps you works best.

How to be more productive if traditional productivity tips don’t work for you

Productivity advice typically relies on a static vision of our working selves — it doesn’t account for the human element. Increasing your productivity requires working with your natural tendencies and allowing time for you to do things that make you happy.
Revolut cofounders Vlad Yatsenko, left, and Nikolay Storonsky.

The CEO of a banking startup reveals how hard work and long hours spurred his company to a $1.7 billion valuation in less than 3 years

Revolut CEO Nikolay Storonsky believes in tough work ethic, and while that's led to impressive growth, it's also led to employee complaints on Glassdoor.