Two years after the big office shutdown, so to speak, remote work is growing rapidly. And with it comes the opportunity to choose a home not because it’s near your office, but because it’s somewhere you they want to live—like on the beach, for example, where it’s sunny year-round, winter is just a dream, and…

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With inflation at a record 9.1%, employees are desperate for a raise. Technically, this should be feasible. Corporate earnings are up 8.7% year-to-date and are forecast to rise 10.6%, according to data from Bloomberg. But don’t hold your breath for a raise—that is, unless you’re a top performer. According to a new survey of 130…

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After more than two years of the pandemic, the lure of airports and airplanes, remote bars and packed suitcases is proving irresistible to many Americans. According to the latest inflation tracker from market research firm Ipsos, which collects data from 10,000 people around the globe and then examines smaller sections for trends, summer holiday plans…

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Despite talk of an impending recession, companies are still struggling to retain talent. According to the latest numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there were 11.3 million job openings in May, up from 9.6 million a year earlier. This isn’t just a resurgence due to a sluggish job market during the pandemic: The…

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According to Pew Research, women earn less than 16% of what men earn on average. However, according to new research from ZenBusiness, an organization that helps people start and run their own businesses, the gender pay gap is significantly more dramatic for the freelance workforce. ZenBusiness analyzed data from 6,000 freelancers on Upwork. Here are…

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It has been an unstable year for the markets. In mid-June, the S&P 500 fell 3.3%, down 23%, the lowest since December 2020. Experts consider it for inflation, supply chain issues and high interest rates. But according to Dominique Shelton Leipzig, a member of NASDAQ’s Cyber ​​Risk and Security Council, there is another factor that…

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The Supreme Court ruling on abortion may also have consequences for the mental health of Americans. After the court announced its decision to overturn Roe vs. WadeThe American Psychological Association (APA) issued a statement warning the decision and its effects will “exacerbate” America’s ongoing mental health crisis. “We are alarmed that justice would overturn Roe,…

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As a university student at Princeton, Rob Morris had a background in social sciences and psychology but had no experience in coding. As a graduate student at MIT Media Lab, Morris battled depression. He started falling backwards and eventually had to take a break. When he returned to MIT, he was able to reach it,…

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Summer is here, and with summer coming Summer Fridays, the practice of allowing employees to leave work early on the last day of the work week. (We are great believers in Fast company.) A new survey of over 1,000 Americans between the ages of 18 and 42 has revealed a number of interesting details about…

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President Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act in 1963, but the gender pay gap still persists almost 60 years later, and some estimates suggest it will take another 40 years to close the gap. However, some cities are doing a better job than others in closing the gap. People at the Pew Research Center recently…

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