Apr 26, 2013 — A biologist shares advice on science and life in Letters To A Young Scientist. It debuts at No. 13.
Apr 14, 2013 — Biologist and Harvard professor Edward O. Wilson has spent his lifetime making scientific discoveries and writing award-winning, best-selling books on science. His new book, inspired by Rainer Maria Rilke's Letters to a Young Poet, gives advice gleaned from his career in science.
Apr 19, 2011 — Gwyneth Paltrow cooks and tells family stories; a sumptuous illustrated biography of Diana Vreeland now in paperback; a comprehensive Latin American poetry anthology; an expose of working at the mall.
Feb 11, 2010 — The Internet has finally surpassed newspapers as readers' number one choice for news, yet most papers are still struggling to make money online. Former newspaperman Ken Doctor, author of Newsonomics: Twelve New Trends That Will Shape The News You Get, and media entrepreneur David Cohn weigh in on the future of the news industry.
Apr 6, 2009 — As layoffs spread across the country, more and more people are looking for jobs in fields that they previously wouldn't have considered. But in the recession, even those jobs — known as "survival jobs" — can be difficult to find.
Jun 3, 2008 — As new graduates emerge from their colleges, a weak economy and a competitive job market loom before them. But experts say it's actually a good year to graduate. According to an annual survey of college recruiters, employers plan to hire eight percent more college graduates this year than they did in 2007.
Sep 5, 2007 — The newest generation of workers seem to be at the top of managers' worry list these days. These 20-somethings, known as the Millennial Generation, are eager to bounce up the corporate ladder without putting in the time on the lower rungs.
Feb 27, 2007 — With a combination of toughness and tenderness, professor Sam Freedman guides his students at Columbia University's School of Journalism down the path of narrative nonfiction. Often, the destination is a book deal.
Jun 21, 2006 — Journalist and author Amy Sutherland talks about her book, Kicked, Bitten and Scratched: Life and Lessons at the World's Premier School for Exotic Animal Trainers, which tells the story of the unusual program.
Sep 2, 2005 — David Gardner talks with Richard Nelson Bolles, author of the job hunter's bible What Color Is Your Parachute?. Bolles is now in his 70s, and in the 35th year of publishing the book. Bolles and Gardner discuss what's changed, and what hasn't, about the job market over the years.