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Summer Fridays: Summer Jobs

Editor's Note: Every Friday afternoon from now until Labor Day, we will be dropping a new summer themed blog to close out your work day and take you into the weekend. 14 weeks, 14 topics, 14 chances for you to have something interesting to talk about at a pregame. If you're new, go check out … Continue reading Summer Fridays: Summer Jobs

Summer Fridays: Summer Movie Superlatives

The absolutely essential categories for all summer related movies, award winners and shoutout a few honorable mentions. As always, all decisions are correct and final.

Summer Fridays: Roadtrips

*Editor's Note: Summer Fridays continues with a post from guest writer Jag Mehoff, who has written so many guest blogs I've given him a new title - Prince of Playlists. That's right, WRD is entering the music business and is proud to announce a new Spotify account, including a Summer Playlist (appropriately named Liver Prep … Continue reading Summer Fridays: Roadtrips

Summer Fridays: Golf with the Boys

Pretty much everything about the summer rules, except for maybe sunburns and the entire world knowing how sloppy your body has become. One of the best things is that no one in the working world does a single thing on Fridays. Whether or not you get out a little early or have to stay until … Continue reading Summer Fridays: Golf with the Boys

Jersey Shore Bars as People in Your Office

It's officially the start of summer and that means one thing - it's time for the Jersey Shore. Like anyone young professional in New York City with an ounce of self-respect, I will be doing a share-house in Manasquan this summer. Yes, the same share house that teens broke into last summer and smoked our … Continue reading Jersey Shore Bars as People in Your Office

The 4 Years of Undergrad Post-Grad: A Manifesto

*LONGFORM ALERT* Last Sunday, your humble Content King had what we in the biz call a mid-life crisis. I turned 26, the age that I have been telling girls at bars that I was for the past 5 years. It’s the age where you’re still in your mid-20s, but can’t really make excuses anymore and … Continue reading The 4 Years of Undergrad Post-Grad: A Manifesto

8 Simple Rules for Hiring Top Talent

Hiring top talent is absolutely essential to any healthy business, but so many companies get the interviewing process WRONG. Luckily, Work Retire Die is here to help you turn your list of candidates into the perfect new hires Here are some things we look for during our thorough interview process: How do they treat my … Continue reading 8 Simple Rules for Hiring Top Talent

7 Surprising Benefits of Open-Plan Offices

Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on our award-winning LinkedIn page. We'll be posting more short-form, work related content there, and leaving the longer form stuff for the good ol' WordPress. PLEASE CONNECT WITH US ON LINKEDIN. You deserve to be entertained while you better your career and stalk your 9th grade ex-girlfriend to see … Continue reading 7 Surprising Benefits of Open-Plan Offices

Paul’s Final Letter to the Corinthians

*Editor's Note: Folks we've unearthed something truly incredible. Our team of forensic scientists and archaeologists have uncovered an artifact that will change history forever. If anyone has the Pope's email, please forward this to him. He needs to see it.* Dear Corinthians, This will be my final letter. I’ve now sent over a dozen letters … Continue reading Paul’s Final Letter to the Corinthians

Suspicious Dad – NEW VIDEO

Hey teens - don't parents stink? Always accusing you of stuff you didn't do? Well, as many of you know, here at Work Retire Die we work tirelessly to expose injustice at every turn. Our crew of documentary filmmakers has received some shocking footage that illustrates the extraordinary lengths Dads will go to in order … Continue reading Suspicious Dad – NEW VIDEO