Now that businesses are opening again, they need a lot more staff to help Houstonians get to work.
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Some employers go even further, offering interns free swag, paid housing and surf lessons.
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Tim Cook, Jamie Dimon, and other CEOs say employees should return to the office because it boosts creativity. Experts say that's a 'fairy tale.'
Prior research shows open-layout offices had 70% fewer face-to-face interactions, and new tools and practices make remote working more effective.
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Shareholders of the companies had argued that the justices should set aside an agreement under which the companies have paid the government billions.
After purchasing a cargo van in fall 2020 and renovating it into a camper van, I learned lots of tips that all first-time buyers should know.
Many Americans spend their lives working hard and dreaming of the day they can finally retire. But planning for retirement requires more than dreaming — it means being strategic and focused on...
Data: Indeed; Chart: Axios VisualsHuman resources job postings are up 52.5% from their pre-pandemic baseline. That's far outpacing the average job posting bump of 30.5%, according to data from the jobs site Indeed.What's happening: Companies are beefing up their HR departments to navigate the return to work.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.Firms are facing two massive challenges in the next year or so: They need to figure out what balance of remote and i
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The FAA wants the airline industry to fight decades of sexism on airplanes by removing words like 'Cockpit,' 'Airman,' and 'Unmanned'
On Wednesday, an FAA committee released a report recommending airlines replace words like "Airman" with "Aviator" to promote inclusivity.
Some jobs are more physically demanding, dangerous, emotionally draining or mentally taxing than others. Read: How To Interview for a Job Over Zoom Learn: 20 Hot Jobs That Pay More Than $150,000 Some...
(Bloomberg) -- Some gasoline stations in at least six U.S. states are experiencing temporary fuel shortages because there aren’t enough tanker-truck drivers to deliver the fuel just as summer demand rises, according to an OPIS by IHS Markit report.Fuel-hauling companies that reduced staff during the pandemic are struggling to hire back drivers that found jobs elsewhere, leaving Florida, Iowa, Ohio, Washington, Oregon and Colorado with cases of bagged pumps and outages of regular and premium gaso
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Prudential Vice Chair Rob Falzon joined Yahoo Finance to discuss the latest findings from the Pulse of the American Worker Survey.
Median salaries have gone up significantly in 2021.
“India Sweets and Spices” is an independent film about immigrants who face family complications and romantic entanglements in America. India Sweets & Spices is a chain of Indian grocery stores across Southern California. Now the grocery chain, founded in 1984, is raising hell over the movie, which debuted at Tribeca earlier this month. Raj Jawa, […]
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Sidney Powell, Rudy Giuliani and Mike Lindell are each facing billion-dollar lawsuits for allegedly defamatory claims they made about Dominion.
Shares of the California-based company, Roku, Inc., (ROKU), surged 4.5% to close at $421.70 on June 23, after a report of Comcast (CMCSA) CEO Brian Roberts’ comments kindled speculation of a potential acquisition of Roku or a merger with ViacomCBS (VIAC). The comment also lifted shares of ViacomCBS up by 2.8% to close at $45.68, while shares of Comcast dropped 3.7% to close at $55.48. According to Barron’s, a source close to the CEO mentioned that Roberts was considering a deal with either of th
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When you don't want the role but you do want the contacts, you have to be strategic.
With the unemployment rate at 6.7%, 12 million Americans are set to lose unemployment benefits at year's end. And with the COVID-19 pandemic still going strong, it's a very tough time to be looking...
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The videos are like "Dirty Jobs" meet a viral TikTok dance challenge.
If you're not setting aside enough -- or any -- of your paycheck each month, your retirement dream could become a nightmare. Even if you plan on working during retirement, you might need more money to...
(Bloomberg) -- China sued Australia over anti-dumping measures on some Chinese goods, further ratcheting up tensions between the two nations.China filed a lawsuit at the World Trade Organization over Australian anti-dumping and anti-subsidy measures on Chinese exports of railway wheels, wind towers and stainless steel sinks, the Ministry of Commerce said Thursday in Beijing. This would be the third recent WTO case between the two countries, after Australia sued over Chinese tariffs on wine and b