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Loneliness in America is at an all-time high. Long working hours and sad desk lunches may be to blame.
Loneliness can have serious health consequences. Experts recommend connecting with colleagues on a non-work level and using your breaks wisely.
Are people retiring earlier or later? Both are true — and it says a lot about the youngest generations entering and defining the workforce
Retiring isn't always about money. Younger generations are defining retirement on their own terms, choosing early retirement or to keep working.
Google will hire roughly 4,000 full-time customer support staffers following criticism about its ‘shadow workforce’
Several months after lawmakers criticized the company, Google announced plans to significantly grow its full-time workforce.
Americans spend 9 days a year commuting to work. Here are the 25 US cities with the longest commutes.
Americans spend 20 more total minutes commuting than they did a decade ago, adding to the factors that make a city hard to work in.
The hospitality industry has more than 1 million unfilled jobs across the US, and it’s taking a toll on some of the basic hotel amenities that g...
According to a recent New York Times report, the hospitality industry is booming — and hotels are having trouble finding the staff to keep up.
Nestpick found the cities worldwide that are best equipped for the up-and-coming generation of recent college grads.
3 million older Americans can’t find high-paying jobs, and it has nothing to do with skills. Here’s the one barrier they face that no one&...
Older workers are struggling to get high-paying jobs. Though job reskilling could be a solution, activists say ageism is the biggest barrier to entry.
Henry Blodget, CEO, Co-Founder, and Editorial Director, Insider Inc, speaks during "Learning Today for Tomorrow's Jobs" at WEF 2019.
Which countries across the globe boast the most highly-skilled workforces? The World Economic Forum just released its 2018 global competitiveness report breaking down the most skilled labor forces around the world. Finland came out on top.
The world’s working-age population is set for a slowdown — here’s what that could mean for the global economy
Economists predict workforce growth around the world is set for a slowdown, and some worry about what that could mean for the global economy.