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Episode 2: Crying at work

Jun 20, 2019

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Jun 5, 2019
No, seriously, our new poll proves it. Plus, how "30 percent" became the magic number for budgeting in a rent or a mortgage, and a look back at the economics of Tiananmen Square.
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Stories From this episode

Workplace Culture

Yelling at work persists despite awareness of ill effects

by Meghan McCarty Carino Jun 5, 2019
Hostile yelling at work is known to decrease productivity and can increase physical and mental illness, but long hours and nasty public discourse are making for shorter fuses.
How much you yell and how acceptable that yelling is depends a lot on where you work.
NBC Universal/Screenshot via Netflix

Why is job growth so sluggish? Small businesses

by Tracey Samuelson Jun 5, 2019
The labor market's too tight for them to compete for workers.
In a tight labor market, small businesses are losing the battle.
Joe Raedle/Getty Images

How we define affordable housing "makes absolutely no sense"

by Amy Scott Jun 5, 2019
How did 30% of income become the accepted benchmark?
Starrett City, a 46-building housing complex, is pictured in Brooklyn, New York, in 2018.
Drew Angerer/Getty Images

Economics helped spur Tiananmen Square protests

by Jennifer Pak Jun 5, 2019
Inflation hit double digits and protesters felt good jobs were rigged in favor of people with political connections.
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Music from the episode

Shut Up and Let Me Go The Ting Tings
Hands of Time Kraak & Smaak, Alxndr London
Moving On Roosevelt
Underneath The Moon Gardens & Villa

The team

Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Bridget Bodnar Producer
Daisy Palacios Producer
Sean McHenry Associate Producer
Maria Hollenhorst Assistant Producer

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