There are legitimate reasons for the high employment rate, such as closed businesses, tight budgets, or a turnaround in operations. But one problem may be that some job seekers searches are too narrow. Could you benefit from a different type of career path?
In our research on uncovering the sources of meaning at work, my colleague, Brianna Caza, and I have stumbled onto a group of individuals whose day-to-day activities do not fit neatly into our traditional idea of "working."
A recent study reported that "nice guys" who are "agreeable" achieve less success in their careers than those who are more rude, dominating, aggressive, hostile and dismissive of others. But is that so?