Women are increasingly the breadwinners for their families, side hustling is becoming extremely common, and DEI roles are disappearing.
Workers are Satisfied
Companies allow employees to work remotely again, black unemployment reaches record lows, and many workers actually like their jobs.
Americans turn the corner on pandemic loneliness, happiness is possible if it comes from the right places, and an NBA star talks about failure.
A ‘Good Job’ with No Wealth
A study by a college says that people should go to college, a separate college is sued for deceptive marketing tactics, and Super Mario Bros is back.
Inflation is higher than politicians say, so-called ‘digital nomads’ are here to stay, and most of the news media specializes in making us hate each other.
‘Pity City’ Blues
A CEO faces backlash after getting tough with her employees, workers do not use their PTO, and managing energy is more beneficial than managing time.
4 Models of DEI
There are multiple ways to think about DEI, the CEO of Uber spends time driving, and algebra must have been an easy subject for the Romans.
A Workplace Mentor
Mentorship programs are common in large companies, multiple states move towards equity, and the city of Boston offers free college.
A bachelor’s degree costs as much as a home, remote work attitudes shift post-pandemic, and MIT studies the best way to eat an Oreo cookie.
The Job Hop Method
This week, young workers are leaving their jobs for practical reasons, Americans of all ages prefer jobs they love, and 'purpose' can be found outside of work. Time for a New Job Young workers from the "Z" and Millennial Generations have been the targets of harsh stereotypes about their perceived lack of loyalty to employers.… Continue reading The Job Hop Method