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  1. Man office stressed tired overworked

    Commentary: How to prioritise your to-do list in the stressful fog of competing demands

    Don't get lost in the weeds of distraction, says Financial Times' Emma Jacobs.
  2. Instant cup noodle

    Commentary: How instant noodles became a symbol of workaholics everywhere

    Originally invented to solve world hunger, the humble instant ramen has come to represent sustenance for those who are too busy to eat proper ...
  3. Office worker heading to work.

    Commentary: Here's what will help students stand out in a competitive job market

    When it comes to making yourself employable, you need to be selective in your work experience, say the University of Aberdeen's Amy Irwin and Gabi ...
  4. Sleep

    Commentary: Does waking at 5am really help you get ahead in life?

    Does the cult of the early riser still hold? The Financial Times' Jo Ellison dives into the question of whether waking early enhances your work ...
  5. Woman at work looking at iPad.

    Commentary: Do women get penalised in the workplace for telling jokes?

    Public speaking is hard — and there may be extra pitfalls for those who deploy humour, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  6. Coffee caffeine nap sleep alert

    Commentary: A culture of overtime is costing us dearly

    We need a change in the cultural attitude that promotes long hours as necessary, acceptable or heroic, says University of Adelaide's Joshua Krook.
  7. woman on imac at home office desk

    Commentary: How working remotely turned me into a monster

    Flexible working is an unspeakable nightmare. Give me an office any day, says the Financial Times' Jo Ellison.
  8. Humble bragging not okay in job interviews

    Commentary: When demeaning job interviews and bad bosses are still the norm

    Bosses need to understand that an interview is a two-way process, says Stefan Stern at Cass Business School, City, University of London.
  9. couple man and woman socialising flirting at a cafe

    Commentary: Office romances. How appropriate are they?

    What constitutes acceptable offfice behaviour has become more muddled, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.