Professional licensure does not limit competition nor does it increase wages

A new study, which is based on a new occupational dataset covering 30 years, contradicts decades of research on the impact of occupational licensing. The most comprehensive examination of licensing to date, the study relies on more than 4.5 million workers across 500 occupations. Read more:

New Book Cracks Code – The Secret Behind Our Perception Finally Revealed

Beverly Hills, CA, October 17, 2017 --( On October 17, 2017, eye surgeon Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler, known as "America's TV Eye Doctor,” and publisher New World Library today released a code-breaking new book entitled Perceptual Intelligence that reveals the secrets behind our perceptions. Read more:

Our obsession with mindfulness is based on limited scientific evidence

Mindfulness practices are promoted at major corporations like Google, offered as psychotherapy via the National Health Service in the UK, taught to about 6,000 school children in London, and widely studied across sub-disciplines of psychological science. Read more:

12 Tips For Landing A Job At A Company You Admire

Whether you’re currently employed or unemployed, always keep your resume up to date and ready at a moment’s notice. With little notice you might find yourself talking with a recruiter or hiring manager and you don't want to be scrambling to write a resume. Read more: