Tagged With Future Of Work

West Virginia is offering remote workers $12,000 in cash if they relocate for 2 years


Spain is set to become one of the first countries to test a 4-day workweek, an experiment that advocates have long argued boosts productivity


Roughly half of Americans want to return to the office at least some of the time - but mostly to see their work friends, not their bosses



Spotify is letting employees work from anywhere — while still paying San Francisco and New York salaries


Salesforce says 'the 9-to-5 workday is dead' and will provide 3 new ways for employees to work — including the possibility of working from home forever


Young workers may benefit the most from working in an office instead of from home



Glassdoor CEO: How to attract the best talent in 2021


The future of work will be 'hot offices' where employees can reserve a desk, according to Amazon's cloud boss


Bill Gates says in-person meetings aren't the 'gold standard' anymore and that 50% of business travel will go away even after pandemic


Microsoft is extending its remote-work policy to July 2021 'at the earliest'


Dropbox will let all employees work from home permanently as it turns its offices into WeWork-like 'collaborative spaces'


The typical full-time salary in America would be $102,000 if wages had kept up with growth — but the economy has failed 90% of workers



The startup that made office phone booths for Google, Uber, and NASA is selling modular work pods — see inside


Studies show remote work could be a big plus for mental health — but it could also obliterate any semblance of work-life balance


The US will add 6 million jobs in the next decade. Here are the 10 industries projected to grow the most.


A major jobs site shows openings down 20% since last year — with high-paying jobs down the most



Utah students are getting free Amazon AWS training, but if the skills fall out of favour it may not lead to a better education or a tech job


Not only were low-wage jobs hurt most by the pandemic, they're least likely to come back


We're working longer hours during the pandemic, but spending less time in meetings


The new normal is giving Americans a surge of jobs — but it won't be enough to solve mass unemployment