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The Next Time You Apply For a Job, Expect a Text From the Hiring Manager

If you think the job hunt is already stressful enough, brace yourself: autocorrect will soon play a prominent role in it. According to new research, […]

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City Life

11 Insider Tips for Making Your Next Trip Through PHL a Breeze

Our airport is only lame if you’re a lousy navigator. Here’s your Best of PHL cheat sheet. 1. Lounge to Insta-Brag About: The Centurion Lounge […]

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Be Well Philly

The Best Bluetooth Running Headphones, According to Avid Philly Runners

Running headphones are some of the most difficult to shop for. They need to stay in your ears despite all the jostling. They need to […]


Why Burnout Is Hitting Women the Hardest

It’s the end of a long workday. You just got home, and right when you collapse onto the couch to unwind, you look around and […]


Philly Business Execs on How to Truly Unplug on Vacation

There are a lot of reasons to love the Shore (here are 21), but it’s hard to find boardwalk bliss when you’re still swimming deep […]


How to Navigate Your Office’s Summer Dress Code

The annual reminders of office dress codes during warmer months have begun to circulate. A typical code for a business casual office might advise against pieces like […]


Philly Has an Employee Burnout Problem. Here’s How To Beat It.

If you’re harboring negative feelings toward your job, experiencing a mental distance from it, and noticing that your professional efficacy has decreased, there’s a big […]

Lori Reiner

The Best Career Advice This Philly Accounting Exec Has Ever Received

THE DETAILS Age: 54 Title: Chief people officer Workplace: Accounting firm EisnerAmper Trained as: Certified public accountant On becoming 1,600-person EisnerAmper’s first-ever chief people officer: […]


I Searched High and Low for This Super-Popular — and Very Elusive — Middle Eastern Dish in Philly

Molokhia — say it “mo-lo-HEY-ah” — is the name of both a plant and a dish. The plant is a nutrient-packed river weed that sometimes […]


The Case for Why Millennial Women Should Definitely Job-Hop

Lazy. Social media-obsessed. Uncommitted. The everyday messages we hear about millennial workers paint them as workplace disruptors of the most undesirable kind. With their short […]


How to Shut Down Mansplaining at Work, According to 5 Philly CEOs

It is 2019, and mansplaining is unfortunately still a thing. Merriam-Webster defines the practice as “what occurs when a man talks condescendingly to someone (especially […]


4 Philly CEOs on What to Do If You’re Miserable at Work

No job comes without moments of unhappiness, be it workplace drama, chronic imbalance or the classic battle between pay and fulfillment. So what do you […]


How to Spring Clean Your Mind, According to Philly Business Leaders

Spring is officially in the air, and while the longer days and warmer weather are welcome, the stress of tax season, a new quarter and […]


The Best Business Lunch Spots, According to Philly Execs

There are some strict rules when it comes to mastering a business lunch, and getting the setting right — or wrong — can be what […]


If You’re Not Seizing Stretch Assignments at Work, You’re Doing It Wrong

There’s mounting evidence to confirm the career-transforming power of stretch opportunities—those projects outside your traditional line of work that allow you to put your potential […]