Melania Trump has filed suit against The Daily Mail and a Maryland blogger named Webster G. Tarpley over a story that claimed she was an escort in the 1990s. The tabloid published the story on August 20, and repeated allegations from a Slovenian magazine, Suzy, which claimed that the modeling agency Trump worked for…
Attention all job seekers who also happened to be engaged: if you want the job you’re applying for, leave your giant Heart of the Ocean engagement ring at home because it’s apparently ruining your chances at gainful employment.
Donald Trump, a cicada husk dipped in fermenting carrot soup, has often told us that he’s very good at jobs. He’ll bring the jobs back from other places, he’ll make new jobs, huge jobs for everybody. He’s starting with Corey Lewandowski, who has like, two to four jobs. Congrats to Corey!
It’s a sad and sour realization, to know that you’ve aged and tattooed yourself out of your dream job, but that is the sad place many of us find ourselves today: we cannot be greeters at the National Rifle Association Expo in Lousville. Even if you’re not too old or too fat, you’re probably too odd for the job. Take a…
During the most recent GOP presidential debate, Carly Fiorina made a claim that 92% of the job losses in President Obama’s first term belonged to women. Fiorina was in fact, wrong, as several news outlets pointed out she had copied a previously debunked statistic used during the 2012 election by Mitt Romney. By the…
Since the Vietnam War, the nail salon has been the backbone of Vietnamese life in America. There are over 200,000 nail salons in the United States, most of which are owned and operated by Vietnamese refugees, immigrants, and the families they’ve built. Nearly every “successful” Vietnamese-American doctor, lawyer,…
A single mother named Laura Browder is facing child abandonment charges in Houston, Texas, after leaving her 6-year-old daughter and 2-year-old son in a food court while she interviewed for a job 30 yards away.
Hello, my name is Madeleine and—when I'm not too busy screaming into my haunted telephone or betting on illegal baby fights—I really love to help people. Welcome to "Madvice."
Is it better to do something you love, or learn to love whatever job you do? Trick question! It doesn't even matter: More and more employers want you to exhibit glowing passion for your position, regardless of how you really feel.
If you love reading wacky Craigslist ads and have ever thought how can I turn this hobby into a rewarding and lucrative career, then we have the answer to all your dreams.
In the market for an employed husband? Is that, in fact, literally your number-one life priority at the moment? Well, pack your bags and head for Clarksville, Tennessee, which spills over into Kentucky and apparently boasts the nation's highest concentration of job-having single dudes.
Ladies, I hope you haven't been harboring any dreams of working in a bakery in the near future, because it turns out you're just too puny and girly to handle the demands of the job.
Are you sick of waking up hours early to carefully cover all of your intricate face tattoos so that the square corporate overlords at your Starbucks barista job will be satisfied with your appearance? You bet you are and so am I! Which is why we should all rejoice at the news that Starbucks — along with many other…
Do you like being around and/or ingesting marijuana? Do you like sex? Or maybe you prefer the company of Waka Flocka? Well, have I got some great job opportunities for you. Consider me your Mary Jane job board.
Has the job market situation got you down lately? Are you feeling unstimulated in your current position? Looking for a new job with better benefits and perks? Then I have something just for you.
There's a slideshow on Vogue.com titled "Hitched! 30 Wedding Dresses for the Bride-to-Be." The folks modeling the dresses, are, for the most part, not models. There are some "real" people mixed in. But that doesn't mean they don't have some particularly Vogue jobs. There are a lot of Slashies.
Many of us enjoy the luxury of working at a desk job. I mean, I don't have a desk job so much as I have a couch/kitchen table job (#blogger), but I relate nonetheless. And while I do miss the days of slingin' lattés Cocktail-style, chatting up the 'regulars,' making those little leaf designs in the foam, and…
You worked hard, you lay awake at night with your mind churning, you went into debt getting that degree — and that other degree — and you finally landed your dream job. Then you realized: It's not for me. You're not alone.
File this under ideas that are so good they make the rest of us regular job applicants look bad: a hopeful ad agency intern has figured out a way to stand out from the pack of other applicants for the job she covets by making a miniature Lego version of herself.
For $60, you can have a complete stranger spoon you all night.