Articles about The Future of Work
Why this ‘Big Bang Theory’ star wants to help you get your childhood dream job
Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik has never stopped learning (she has a PhD in neuroscience) and is passionate about encouraging others to do the same.
5 cold email writing tips to make you hate yourself even more
There are a few proven steps you can take to double (even triple!) how much you hate yourself.
People fear robots taking over jobs around the world
Only Japan (74%), Poland (52%) and Hungary (52%) said that robots performing human jobs would make economies more efficient.
3 lessons every entrepreneur should learn from the food delivery revolution
"With so many young companies enjoying so much success, every entrepreneur should take notice and ask, 'What underlying themes made all this possible?' "
These are the best laptops you can buy right now
Smartphones may have taken over much of people’s screen time, but you still need a “real” computer.
76% of young adults believe they’ll be better off financially than their parents
According to a recent survey, 76% of millennials and gen Z between the ages of 16 and 25 believe they’ll be better off financially than their parents.
Women in STEM more likely to drop out if they are only female in class
"Women pioneers were not only more likely not to finish their [STEM] degree in time, but they were also more likely not to get it at all."
These are the 15 cities with the most $100K+ jobs in September 2018
Ladders put together a list of the 15 cities hiring the most $100K+ jobs in September using data from its continuously updated database of high-paying jobs.
The disconnect between Baby Boomers and Millennials when it comes to work ethic
Millennials have entered a professional world where their realities are wildly different from the ones Boomers knew. They prioritize things that don’t make sense to Boomers because their environment has different demands.
5 brands that will fix all your work wardrobe dilemmas for fall
There are a number of new lines (some that don't even have brick and mortar locations) that have incredible, quality-made options for the office.
San Francisco is so expensive over 50% of tech workers say they can’t afford to start families
If you can't afford a house in San Francisco and the surrounding areas there is a good chance you can't afford to have children either.
The biggest hiring challenges we’re all facing today, according to 15 hiring experts
We went and asked some seasoned hiring managers and recruiters what their thoughts are about today’s biggest hiring challenges.
9 revealing job interview questions top CEOs ask – answered
If you're the one doing the interviewing of a potential employee — you might just find some great questions in here to use yourself.
4 ways job searching is a whole lot like dating
Here are 4 specific ways job searching is like dating, along with how you can stand out during the hiring process using some of the same tactics.
The Top 10 travel destinations, according to Millennials
Nothing gives you FOMO more than scrolling through envy-inducing travel photos on Instagram. But the ‘gram also has some positive potential when it comes to travel: It’s a great tool to help you plan your next vacation and pick the perfect destination. And Earth, a millennial-focused travel media platform, recently released their list of the top 10 travel destinations for millennials.
Why this CEO actually supports the 5-day workweek
Forget the trend of shorter workweeks, this CEO doesn't feel like she has enough time to get through everything she needs to in five days.
6 things you should never wear on an airplane
Planning your super-cute airplane outfit to kick off your vacation on a fashionable note? Make sure to keep these no-nos in mind.
15 people share the worst advice they got when they were young
Sometimes the pearls of wisdom people dispense to us when we’re young and impressionable are misdirected, misinformed, or just plain bad – no matter how well-meaning the advisor. And sometimes that bad advice ends up being the most eye-opening of our lives.
The CEO of the fastest growing conference in the U.S. on how to find your whitespace
Though you would think Jaclyn Johnson, the woman behind Create & Cultivate, the fastest growing nationwide conference platform and online platform, would have a seamless career trajectory with nothing but praise, promotion and adoration, you would be quite wrong. No one has that.
Working for a company vs. working for yourself
There are major perks and downsides to both.
Here’s what a career sponsor is, and why you might want one
Even the best mentor may not help you get that promotion you’ve been dying for or a plum job at a different company. For that kind of help, you need someone else. You need a sponsor.
Influencing without authority—Using your 6 sources of influence
So while positional influence is something to aspire to, until you have it, remember that there are many other useful forms of influence that you could be taking greater advantage of.
Mapped: Millennials get paid much less than previous generations
Millennials are now the largest generation in the American labor force, accounting for well over half of all workers in the US. And with three different generations now in the workplace, employers have to consider pay differences between people of all ages. Our new map reveals how the difference in pay among Millennials, Gen Xers and Baby Boomers differs dramatically based on geographic location.
Bumble is now going to help women get their businesses off the ground
Bumble has started the Bumble Fund led by Sarah Jones Simmer, Bumble Chief Operating Officer, and Bumble Senior Advisor, Sarah Kuns. With startups led and founded by women receiving only 2% of all venture capital last year, the Bumble founders saw a clear need to try to elevate these entrepreneurs.
In Japan, you can hire someone to quit for you
If you cannot summon the courage to meet with your boss face-to-face about your exit strategy, there's now one Japanese startup that seeks to address this anxiety and resign on your behalf.