The jobs available aren’t necessarily the ones people want
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Also: how one small business is dealing with supply chain issues, and how the role of videoconferencing could change in the post-pandemic workplace.
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It's a soft political target, but allowing people to spend more time on unemployment may help them land better jobs.
Many job seekers want remote work, but not many firms offer it. Amid a labor shortage, workers might have leverage.
A conversation with the CEO of an importer caught in the crosshairs of global business disruption.
United States of Work: Derrick Lindstrom
On this segment of our ongoing series, “United States of Work,” we hear from Derrick Lindstrom, dean of the School of Liberal Arts and Cultures at Minneapolis Community and Technical College, about wrapping up another semester of mostly online community college.
Zoom beat Wall Street expectations, but the technology may evolve from replacing social life to being just a tool.