Employers require more on-site office work, real wage growth in the US is negative but there are glimmers of hope, and Generation Z is in crisis.
Tag: Weekly Wave
It Pays More to Not Work
A new study suggests that government aid pays more than a job, JOMO replaces FOMO, and Pew Research shares their most striking findings of 2022.
Your Brain on Meetings
The impact of meetings on the human brain is examined, fewer young adults live independently, and the debate rages on about the problems with the US labor force.
A Critical Look at Goals
New Year's Resolution season is here, companies hire without interviewing, and the efficacy of tactics like goals and SWOT Analysis are questioned.
Deception in Higher Ed
Nearly all US colleges mislead their students on pricing, young people prefer connection over credentials, and the 'word of the year' is revealed.
Pink Slip Valley
Silicon valley hands out pink slips like confetti, a boarding school bans cell phones, and a Florida woman unleashes a frivolous lawsuit for the ages.
2023 Hiring Trends
A new report on 2023 hiring trends is released, workers don't want to work, and the words and phrases that successful people never say.
The 4 Day Work Week
The 4 day work week is evaluated by companies, our education system perpetuates injustice, and Ryan's first guest column appears on the web.
Generational Attitudes on Work
New research on generational attitudes toward work emerges, life's unpredictability takes center stage, and extremism limits human potential.
New Pay Transparency Legislation
This week, a new pay transparency law comes with pros and cons, job hopping helps careers, and Harvard's endowment loses money.