Ladders, Inc. is a United States-based company providing an online job search service. It launched listing only vetted job offers with annual salaries of $100,000 or more. On 19 September, 2011 they removed the $100k minimum salary requirement, opening the site to job seekers who didn't meet the previous experience/value qualification.

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  • Experts share their best advice for cutting out that people-pleaser nonsense and, in doing so, gaining the respect — and admiration — you deserve. This article How to stop being a people-pleaser at work appeared first on Ladders.

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  • Phone calls are coming back in a big way. And if picking up the phone for a quick conversation isn’t quite your default yet, it might be in the near future. This article Phone calls 101: For Millennials appeared first on Ladders.

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  • According to a new survey, those who call Boulder, Colorado home reported being the happiest in the United States. Here's the rest of the list. This article The 25 best cities to move to if you want to be happy appeared first on Ladders.

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  • Reevaluating office layout is necessary so it can be an inspiring space that equips your team to be the best they can be. Here's how. This article How to design an office where people actually want to work appeared first on Ladders.

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  • Forty-three percent of U.S. tech workers fear losing their position because of age discrimination, with 18% concerned about this “all the time.” This article Tech workers worry about age discrimination at age 40: Study appeared first on Ladders.

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  • Americans living in rural towns are being left behind by the current jobs boom, while their counterparts in urban areas are seeing robust employment gains. This article Rural Americans want a job, while urbanites want a raise: Report appeared first on Ladders.

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  • In order to make sure you sound like you know what you’re talking about, cut these common words and expressions from your vocabulary. This article 4 expressions to avoid that make you sound clueless at work appeared first on Ladders.

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  • Too many people succumb to the mistaken belief that being likeable comes from natural, unteachable traits that belong only to a lucky few. Wrong. This article 11 habits of ridiculously likeable people appeared first on Ladders.

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  • American employees have some of the longest work hours in the world, approximately 25% more than our counterparts in Europe, but behind workers in Mexico. This article These are the hardest-working cities in the U.S. appeared first on Ladders.

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  • Life, like business, runs on questions, not answers. Here are 13 of the tough questions we should be asking ourselves regularly. This article 13 questions that will change your life appeared first on Ladders.

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  • Software giant Microsoft has built a set of new offices for the staff of its headquarters — and they're located high in the air atop high-tech treehouses. This article Microsoft lets its employees work in a treehouse in the woods appeared first on Ladders.

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  • So, you got passed over for that promotion you really wanted. Here's how to handle it, what you should do next, and how you can get it the next time. This article 4 things to do when you didn’t get that promotion appeared first on Ladders.

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  • Facebook is muscling into the online job-search marketplace. Now if only you could keep their bosses from seeing your embarrassing photos, too. This article Facebook wants to help you find your next job appeared first on Ladders.

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  • Nearly three-fourths of Americans are unhappy at work and actively hunting for a new job, and the vast majority don't think they get enough recognition. This article Majority of employees are unhappy at work, study finds appeared first on Ladders.

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