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Features by Jenny Ament

How elite students get elite jobs

Why people from exclusive or affluent backgrounds often land the most prestigious jobs.
Posted In: inequality, employment, students, college

Father John Misty, song and dance man

Musicians play a lot of shows, and they come with strings attached.
Posted In: Music, Coachella, radius clause

Want a career in music? You might need to move south

Why the music scene in Atlanta draws people from all over.
Posted In: black lips, Music, hip hop, Atlanta

Weighing the economics of airing a live car chase

Balancing the demand for drama and the potential danger.
Posted In: police chase, helicopter, Economics, automotive
A demonstration of new virtual software helps prepare job-seekers for the interview process.

Land a job with help from virtual reality

A virtual interviewer helps take the stress out of job interviews.
Posted In: virtual reality, autism, dream job, job training

The biggest, baddest black markets in the US

A snapshot of what the black market says about us.
Posted In: black market, Taxes, statistics, drugs

Life inside the cloister

Life inside the Monastery of the Angels in Hollywood.
Posted In: nuns, Economy, invisible, hidden, Maura Weiler

From human trafficking victim to survivor

One woman describes her journey from invisible to visible.
Posted In: trafficking, visa, invisible, human rights

Syncing club beats with heart beats

How one DJ plays with speed to shape your dance experience.
Posted In: the gaslamp killer, dj, bpm, Coachella, Music

Fast food service pumps the breaks

Tacos take time to make these days.
Posted In: fast food, QSR, speed, Taco Bell, Food, restaurants, News

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