Software you may already use every day can track your productivity for your employer.
Studies from multiple countries have found that long COVID is linked to an increased likelihood of not working. Here’s what’s happened in the UK.
The numbers seem to be going in the ‘right’ direction for the Fed to pull off a soft landing – and avoid a recession – but the picture remains murky.
The Fed’s campaign of rate hikes is showing more signs of having the intended effect of slowing the economy – but that may be bad news for those who lose their jobs or have a harder time finding one.
The AI is not a major threat to human employment.
Women are severely underrepresented in tech. Strength in numbers – communities for women and women mentoring women – can counter tech’s sexist culture and help retain women in the field.
Automation may not reduce our workloads as much as we’d hoped.
The pandemic affected working women in several spheres of life.
ParentsNext requires the parents of very young children to perform monitored activities in return for Centrelink payments. Eve Vincent talks to single mothers about ‘the indignity of investigation’.
Urban expansion in Sub-Saharan Africa and the need for daily mobility
Dealing with stressful environments is too often left in the hands of employees.
There are social benefits to being off the books.
The centre will importantly function as a point of contact and referral for arts workers who have nowhere else to go for support.
Forcing universities to only serve the needs of the labour market undermines their abilities to educate students and conduct research.
Countries that lean towards democracy are less likely to welcome Chinese labourers.
‘Career portfolioing’ is a trend where people assemble different sources of income, such as side gigs, to give them a measure of independence from employers who provide little job security.
The use of unreliable, discriminatory automated recruitment tools is on the rise – and they’re completely unregulated.
Usually when jobs and wages are rising, it’s a good thing, but right now they may signal higher odds of a nasty recession – and Americans aren’t ready for it.
As institutions continue to push diversity and cluster hires, they can reinforce the negativity of tokenism.
Whether moving away is a good idea depends as much on a young person’s aspirations as it does on their resources. Staying put – or moving back – does not necessarily mean personal failure.