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Who wouldn’t like to work at home? Pajamas, the cat (or dog), the telephone, the computer, and you’re ready to roll. Ever tried to look for a job that will let you do that? The work-from-home job market is rife
McKinsey & Co. recently estimated that the second industrial revolution is 10 times faster and more than 300 times as powerful as the first industrial revolution. According to McKinsey, this gives the current one more than 3,000 times the impact
As the general population continues to surge, the number of Millennials and new college graduates entering the workforce is exploding. The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) projects that 1.8 million students will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in 2015.
Last year, millennials surpassed Generation X in the workplace. Today, in the U.S., one in three workers is a millennial, someone between the ages of 18 and 34. They’re numerically the largest generation, standing strong at an estimated 80 million.
Crushing work environments drain people of the energy and enthusiasm needed to do great work. Such environments infect the whole workplace, and what’s worse, they limit a business’s ability to achieve desired results. “Workplace optimism is choked before it can
It wasn’t that long ago when “going to work” always meant the same thing: traveling to the same place, at the same time, on the same days as everyone else. Not anymore. According to a recent national survey of full-time