Immigrants to the U.S. receiving green cards could soon be contingent on having advanced degrees and specialized skills, reports Bloomberg.
While younger workers are freelancing and participating in gig work, it’s baby boomers who are doing this full time, writes Fast Company.
Not all hackers are bad hackers. Many want to help keep company and business operations running smoothly, but they’re turned down for government jobs. Thus, the private sector can benefit, writes The New York Times.
Sometimes, female workers and managers can be difficult to work with. The Atlantic explains why this could be.
Finally, here’s how to take down a sexual harasser in a corporate setting, via Quartz.
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