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People Are Sharing Red Flags From Employers That Should Trigger Warning Bells, And Some Of These May Surprise You
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Employees want to work for and will stay at companies where there’s a culture of flexibility and well-being, writes LinkedIn's chief people officer.
People Are Sharing Their Best Work-Life Balance Tips, And, Honestly, I Need To Start Doing All Of Them
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- Austin American-Statesman
Former Presidents and members of Congress don’t get salaries ‘for life’
If you're like most people facing retirement, you don't have an unlimited budget. Even so, that doesn't mean that you have to settle for living out what are supposed to be your golden years in a...
Data: Indeed; Chart: Baidi Wang/AxiosJob openings have been roaring back across the country, but some metro areas are significantly hotter than others, per a new report from the jobs site Indeed.Why it matters: Tracking growth in different cities gives us insight into how the pandemic is changing the geography of jobs.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.By the numbers: The hottest city is Boise City, Idaho, with 94.8% job growth compared to its pre-pandemic
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From dealing with unexpected medical costs to supporting adult children, Americans often find themselves facing expenses they weren't anticipating in their golden years. Plus, it's harder to...
America ranked as the 17th best country for retirement in 2021. Here's why it's only in the middle of the pack.
Many workers are not confident that Social Security will be around during their retirement. Here’s what you need to know about its future.
Self-directed retirement accounts typically offer a broader range of investment choices than regular 401(k) and IRA plans.
Not all workers have access to a 401(k), but there are several alternative ways to save for retirement.
- The Doctors CBS
Career coach and founder of Work It Daily J.T. O’Donnell joins The Doctors to discuss the downsides you might be experiencing working from home. What is proximity bias in the workplace and should you be worried about it? Plus, she shares tips on how to let your manager know just how hard you’re working, even when you’re not in the same place. Can You Poison Yourself with Too Much Cinnamon?
Savers are struggling to navigate the "pensions minefield" and need more support, according to MPs.
Phoenix Group says words like "energetic" and "enthusiastic" may discourage older job applicants.
- The Oak Ridger
Companies, unions, the city government and workers in Oak Ridge are reacting to the high demand but short supply of workers to fill various positions.
If you're looking for a higher-paying career, Michigan cities pay construction managers, pediatricians, and other workers top dollar.
- The Independent
First Rung becomes third charity to benefit from our £1m campaign to help young people into jobs
- Yahoo Life UK
British companies are taking part in a trial of a four day working week.
- Yahoo Finance UK
An 'astonishing' two-thirds of workers in the UK say they are considering changing jobs in 2022.