Richard Branson is hiring an assistant to help run his private Caribbean island

Kate Streit  |  March 7, 2018

Virgin Group founder Richard Branson leads a pretty fabulous life. Since 1978, he has primarily lived on Necker Island, a private retreat in the British Virgin Islands. Now, the billionaire businessman is hiring an assistant, who will get to live on the exclusive island. The unique job opportunity is listed on LinkedIn, and the candidate …

The Top 20 Companies That Will Let You Work From Home in 2018

Brittany Anas  |  February 19, 2018

Working from home comes with plenty of perks. You bypass rush-hour commutes. You oftentimes have more flexibility to balance your family life. Plus, if we’re being honest, your pets are easier to get along with than some co-workers and you can pretty much wear whatever you want to your home office, unless, of course, you …

Kraft Agree A Takeover Deal For Cadbury

Cadbury Is Looking To Hire Chocolate Testers

Kate Streit  |  February 12, 2018

Usually when someone is accused of spending their days “sitting around eating bonbons,” it is meant to be an insult. You might feel differently, however, about getting paid to while away the hours munching on chocolate—and it turns out this dream job actually exists. Mondelez International, the company responsible for treats such as Cadbury chocolates, …

Tampa Bay Buccaneers v Buffalo Bills

This is why these highly paid NFL players also hold down side jobs

Augusta Statz  |  February 6, 2018

Playing professional football isn’t exactly a cushy job—what, with all of the tackling and constant injuries—but it is a lucrative one. According to Fox Business, the minimum salary for NFL players during the 2016-2017 season was $450,000. But, even with that kind of pay, many NFL players still have side jobs. Take New England Patriots …

Google’s hiring in 9 states

CNN  |  February 2, 2018

Google is going on a U.S. hiring spree, increasing its footprint outside of Silicon Valley. The Mountain View, California-based company is expanding or opening offices in nine states, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said during an earnings call. “We plan to hire thousands of people across the U.S. this year,” said Pichai. “Last year in the …