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Americans spend 27 minutes commuting.

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.
According to a recent New York Times report, the hospitality industry is booming — and hotels are having trouble finding the staff to keep up.

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.
Amsterdam is the No. 9 city for Gen Zers to live and work in.

The top 20 cities around the world that are ready to welcome Gen Z workers

Nestpick found the cities worldwide that are best equipped for the up-and-coming generation of recent college grads.
Why activists think ageism is a bigger barrier to work for seniors than a skills gap.

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.

From Davos: Henry Blodget leads a panel on new collar jobs

Henry Blodget, CEO, Co-Founder, and Editorial Director, Insider Inc, speaks during "Learning Today for Tomorrow's Jobs" at WEF 2019.

25 countries where people learn fast, think on their feet, and accomplish a lot at work, ranked

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.
A man prepares a meal near a "help wanted" sign hanging in a restaurant window in San Francisco

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.
General Assembly co-founder and CEO Jake Schwartz (far right)

New York-based coding boot camp General Assembly is getting acquired for $412.5 million

Adecco, a European staffing company, is acquiring the coding school General Assembly for over $400 million.

Women in Saudi Arabia will be allowed to drive for the first time — here’s what they still can’t do

Even without the ban on driving, women face a variety of barriers — both formal and informal — to participating in public life.