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NPR: Workers are changing jobs and getting raises, and still struggling financially

Debby Perta insists she is not a "job jumper." "You couldn't do that back in my day," said Perta,...

NPR: Workers Are Moving First, Asking Questions Later. What Happens When Offices Reopen?

Kate Rayand her husband, David, had just moved into a one-bedroom apartment in downtown Denver last March.

Reuters: United Airlines to cut 16,370 workers, many more going without pay

United Airlines (UAL.O) said on Wednesday it is preparing to furlough 16,370 workers when federal aid expires on Oct. 1 as the...

BBC: ‘Horrible’ offices look to tempt back workers

"Many of us spend most of our waking lives in offices and typically they're horrible," says Maciej Markowski, chief executive of spaceOS,...

What is causing wage stagnation among workers without college education in the United States?

The unemployment rate in the United States is more than double that of other advanced economies, such as Germany’s, and inadequate employment...

VOA: On May Day, Half the World’s Workers Risk Losing Livelihood Due to Pandemic

On the eve of International Workers’ Day on May 1, the United Nations International Labor Organization (ILO) warned that half of...

VOA: Spain Allowing Some Workers to Return to Jobs

Governments around the world are weighing when and how quickly to allow people back to work without endangering their populations to the...

CNN: Amazon is hiring 75,000 more workers to keep up with demand during pandemic

Amazon plans to hire 75,000 more workers to meet increased demand for household essentials and other goods spurred by the coronavirus pandemic.

BBC: What 50 years of remote work teaches us

As workers around the globe transition to working from home full time, we’re reminded that technology was never a limiting factor.

CNN: 7 tips to survive working from home with your spouse

Workers across the country are sharing a new office with a new co-worker: their significant other.
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