Single Female Workaholic

October 6th, 2013By Kim Calvert

There’s a fine line between being a hard worker and being addicted to work, and crossing that line can be easy when you’re single in Los Angeles and paying all the bills.

Single and Stuck at Work

February 4th, 2013By Jen Weigel

Do single employees end up working harder and longer to accommodate their married-with-kids co-workers? Read more in our singles magazine.

Staying Single to Pursue Your Passion

August 27th, 2012By Kim Calvert

Are some single people so devoted to their careers that there’s simply no space for a spouse?

Single and Looking for Health Insurance

March 12th, 2012By Kim Calvert

Self-employed singles face tough choices when they have to pick between their entrepreneurial dreams and getting health insurance coverage.

Single Population Continues to Grow

September 18th, 2011By

Sept 18-24 is Unmarried and Single Americans Week – a good time to take note of the important role that single people play in our society.

Single Women Entrepreneurs

March 28th, 2011By Erin Albert

New book finds that more single, divorced and widowed women (but not married women) start businesses than men.

Online Dating Tips for Busy Executives

November 14th, 2010By

Learning to manage your dating life like you manage your business life can make matchmaking websites and online dating more effective and fun.

Benefits and Laws Should Be Equal Whether Married or Single

October 5th, 2009By Michelle Goodman

Old ideas and unrealistic stereotypes about single people continue to create disparity in our country. The place of singles in society has changed rapidly, but the perception of who we are has not caught up and it shows in our legal system and workplace.