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Is Your Career Killing Your Marriage?

Joanie is proud of her accomplishments. She has risen to the top of her department at work in less than a year. The extra hours in meetings and training sessions have been well worth it. She is thrilled to bring home the paycheck that she does, but her career success has been much more than that. The sense of achievement and boost in self esteem that Joanie continues to receive from all of her hard work is the most important benefit. Unfortunately, Joanie's husband disagrees with her.

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Survey: How Does Your Career Affect Your Love Life?

Are you a career woman? A stay-at-home mom? An unpaid intern? An entrepreneur? No matter where you are on the spectrum, work affects your life. YourTango and Forbes Woman are exploring this intersection, and we want to hear from YOU! Take our survey and let us know about your career (and/or your partner's) and your love life.

When Friends Have Babies and You Have Your Career
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When Friends Have Babies and You Have Your Career

Statistics show that many people are getting married later in life, and many are questioning whether they want to get married at all. If you’re a twenty or thirty-something who has put your climb up the corporate ladder (in Louboutin heels, of course) or achieving your personal dreams, ahead of the traditional 3-step plan—get married, get pregnant, and live happily ever after (or get divorced), you will see married couples with kids or newlyweds with babies on the way, everywhere you look.

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Can You And Your Partner Afford A Career Change?

A voluntary career change involving a serious pay cut isn't necessarily easy to cope with. If your significant other has come to you wanting to talk about a career change, hopefully it's something you can believe in, like supporting his lifelong desire to be a teacher, not joining his little brother's garage band. But even if your heart's behind him and your relationship's rock solid, it doesn't mean that your finances will be, too.

How To Fit Sex Into Your Career
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How To Fit Sex Into Your Career

There’s a “high” that comes with achievement, respect, power, and money. That high keeps you motivated and focused on your career track but does sex somehow get lost in the shuffle? What if you could create that same kind of high and focus regarding your love life?

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How To Balance Your Love Life And Your Career

No one ever said managing a career was easy. Throw a relationship into the mix and you've got career suicide, right? Wrong. While we'd all love to forgo a day of work in exchange for a fun-filled day with our significant other, having a strong relationship doesn't mean your occupational goals have to suffer. It's quite the opposite! Extensive research on the subject of relationships and careers shows that people in successful relationships not only make more money, they're healthier, live longer, and get more promotions than singles do. So how can you juggle your relationship and your career? We've got the five tips that’ll keep your work and love life harmonious—and YOU sane!

Work Vs Love: A Man's Case For Putting Work First
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Work Vs Love: A Man's Case For Putting Work First

Women aren't the only ones who struggle with "having it all." Men are faced with the touch choice between growing their personal fulfillment in a career or settling down with Ms. Right. An accomplished author chose work over love, delaying romance in order to pursue his dream career. He writes: "I'm 45 now. I've written for the New Yorker, the New York Times magazine, GQ, and lots of others. But I'm not married." Read the rest of his story.

Career And Family: Can We Really Have Both?
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Career And Family: Can We Really Have Both?

The author's generation fought to have careers as well as families. Now, more and more young mothers are opting to raise their kids full time. But what happens when a husband leaves, gets laid off, or dies? Leslie Bennetts makes the case for keeping the day job. "I spent many years establishing a rewarding professional life before having two children — just as my biological clock was winding down—and ever since then I've felt as though I won the lottery. A great career! A wonderful husband! Two beautiful, healthy children! Lucky me! Imagine my surprise, then, to learn that Having It All—the quintessential goal of recent generations of women—has gone out of fashion. Who knew?"