With life expectancy stalling and austerity partly to blame, the UK must rethink its approach to retirement.
Prior to industrialisation in the 19th century, most people worked multiple jobs to piece together a living.
The tricky truth is that change goes in both directions.
Two experts assess the prime minister's claim and what the evidence says about the impact of a ban.
Social enterprises set up by refugees are also helping countries to overcome some of the challenges of economic and social integration of new arrivals.
If companies are using automated software in hiring, then job applicants should be able to use the same technology.
An independent review of modern working practices looks destined to change very little for people stuck working in the gig economy.
An expert in the charity sector responds to Jeff Bezos's request for advice on how to give his money away.
A deep dive into public sector earnings data since 2005 and how it compares to private sector pay.
Union membership continues to fall, particularly within industries that traditionally claim a strong union heritage.
Earnings data suggest higher education remains financially attractive for most students, and the small proposed fee increases should not materially affect that.
What will Canadians do to earn their keep in 150 years? We won't manufacture goods, but jobs with the "human" touch, like nursing, will still be important.
Research finds higher levels of housing debt among pre-retirees are linked to them working for longer.
It's about housing, transport, benefits, pay, and the culture of work.
Rather than having a fear of being monitored, remote workers want the option of being visible.
Employment is good for health, but it is even better for white men than for others. And unemployment is worse for white men than others. Could these findings shine light on our political situation?
The minimum wage is rising in many parts of Canada, but it masks the impact of seismic changes to the agriculture, food and retail industries brought about by new technologies.
Even though the shift towards part-time employment has actually been happening for many years, it now appears to be slowing.
Achievement is largely locked in by the age of 25, so those who do not have a Year 12 qualification by then are unlikely ever to have one.
With no guarantee of work or pay, is the stress of flexible work contracts affecting the health of workers?