On many dimensions, Millennials aged 25-35 are better off than were Boomers, with housing and the environment the big exceptions.
With a monthly minimum wage of 30,000 Naira (US$72), the average Nigerian worker is groaning under the weight of the rising cost of living.
300,000 more workers in this age group in UK are now economically inactive, pointing to a major challenge for the government.
With employers struggling to hire enough workers, reliance on automation is becoming more of a necessity than just a source of competitive advantage.
Challenges in evidence, long-term planning and public understanding mean that universal basic income has become easier said than done.
Nigerian youth have increasingly been resisting and expressing their dissatisfaction with toxic workplaces.
Opinion and evidence differ on minimum wage policies, but one thing seems clear – they need to be better integrated within a wider economic support strategy.
Some women with endometriosis are in so much pain, they’re giving up work. Others are struggling at work or uni. Here’s how we support women with this debilitating disease.
Workers have been quitting more than ever. But where are they going?
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and resulting sanctions are causing oil prices to spike, which is putting more pressure on inflation and increasing the risk of recession.
Most tech sector firms are stuck in a low- inclusion rut, and a disturbing set of firms are moving backward. A handful of firms, however, demonstrate that diversity now is possible.
While the uptick in the unemployment rate in January may seem like bad news, the reason it rose actually shows the labor market returning to normal.
Community college students reveal some of the top reasons why they leave school without a degree.
The passion paradigm can fuel demands for better, more meaningful work, but this is only possible when it’s accompanied by a strong social safety net.
The job market continued to improve in December, but a stagnating labor pool will pose more challenges for employers in 2022.
As the year ends, New Zealand has done well in important global measures of success. But closer to home, the numbers often told a different story.
Rates of full-time employment and pay relative to other workers have fallen for the latest generation of new workers. Yet the HILDA Survey shows their reported job satisfaction has risen.
Problems limiting the growth of the sector aren’t self-inflicted. They’re firmly rooted in the country’s development agenda.
The flipside of workers quitting or changing jobs during the pandemic is a huge new talent pool in the market – are employers and recruiters ready to make the most of it?
A record number of Americans are quitting their jobs. But before you opt to join them, you should consider the risks and costs.