Getting Paid in Fort McMurray
On an all new episode of 'PAYDAY,' we meet an oil worker, a dog sledder, an exotic dancer, and a boxer as they face the repercussions a massive wild fire has had on their lives and their jobs.
How Selfies and Social Media Changed Bodybuilding
We are a long way from 'Pumping Iron.'
Watch the Premiere of VICELAND's New Show 'PAYDAY'
In our new series we follow 20-somethings around over the course of a single pay-period to learn how they make their money, what they spend it on, and how they overcome struggle.
Why Your First Job Out of College Always Sucks
Millennials are entering the workplace, then looking for ways to get the hell out of the workplace.
Inside the Garage of the Internet's Most Hated Self-Help Guru
Tai Lopez became the most hated guy on YouTube after a video ad ("here in my garage") for his self-help service went viral. I pushed past the Lamborghinis and the "67 Steps Program to the Good Life" to see who Tai Lopez really is.
Inside the Lucrative World of Online Hair Markets
Selling your hair can bring you hundreds of dollars from wigmakers, high-end doll artists, and even some fetishists.
Is Success Having a Stranger Tattoo Something I Wrote on His Body?
Some guy is getting a quote of something I wrote tattooed on his body. This is a dream come true for a younger me, but now I'm not sure if I'd call this success.
Longreads Or Whatever
Loads of UK Rock Bands Still Have Day Jobs
A bunch of our favorite new bands tell us how the best way to have a career in music is to not have a career in music.
Group Job Interviews Fucking Suck
Group interviews seem to be devised by a generation of managers who view <i>The Hunger Games</i> as a model for how to find employees. The competition and dishonest narcissism of a normal interview, amplified by all the people you're hoping to outshine...