career

The VICE Guide to Life

How Not to Get Fired

Now that you got the job, it’s time to keep it.
Rick Paulas
11.28.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

YouTube Star Lilly Singh Is Taking a Break, Citing Mental Health

The Canadian YouTube personality says she’s burned out.
Noel Ransome
11.14.18
ugh men

Women Tell Us About the Shittiest Work Emails They've Gotten from Men

"You don't fit in the core artist look. Maybe skip a sandwich and look the part."
Edie Miller
11.9.18
relationships

Couples with Big Income Gaps Talk About Their Money Problems

“I think her salary just makes me feel inferior, and like we’re less equal partners.”
Laura Bell
8.17.18
Work

I Used Bumble's Women-Focused Networking Site to Try to Find a Job

I spent a week on Bizz, the app being billed as "the new LinkedIn for women."
Molly Kay
6.19.18
Comics!

'Florpee's Failure,' Today's Comic by Brian Blomerth

Despite being good at his job, Florpee can't shake the fact that being a dog may hurt his career.
Brian Blomerth
1.5.18
Comics!

'The Mint Club,' Today's Comic by Erik Svetoft

A ventriloquist learns that a beautiful voice is a tough act to follow.
Erik Svetoft
9.19.17
Work

People Talk About Leaving Their Soul-Crushing Rat Race Jobs

We asked how it all worked out after committing career suicide.
Sarah Berman
7.19.17
Comics!

'Mabel,' Today's Comic by Urbano Ortega Matta

Every day Mabel commutes from Mexico to the US for work. Today, she finds an unlikely commonality with one of her regular customers.
Urbano Ortega Matta
5.23.17
Stuff

We're Launching an Apprentice Program for Formerly Incarcerated People

Starting early next year, we'll welcome formerly incarcerated people to work with us at our Brooklyn office in production, editorial, marketing, and other creative roles.
VICE Staff
12.8.16
Stuff

How Baltimore's Dirt Bike Riders Make a Living

On tonight's episode of 'PAYDAY,' VICE heads to Baltimore to see how a stunt bike rider, an illegal tattoo artist, a hookah business owner, and a photographer spend and save their money.
VICE Staff
12.2.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Unemployment Is the Lowest It's Been in Almost a Decade

The monthly report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics found that most of the new 178,000 jobs were added to professional and business services, the healthcare industry, and construction.
Lauren Messman
12.2.16
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