Most workers are not getting raises next year, as companies plan to keep salary budgets relatively flat in 2018, according to The Wall Street Journal.
A Stanford-born company is equipping India’s youth with well-paid tech jobs, reports Quartz.
Students at most colleges don’t pick “useless” majors, according to FiveThirtyEight.
Also from The Wall Street Journal, M.B.A. applications have fallen for a third straight year.
Finally, Morgan Stanley is using Snapchat to recruit its next generation of bankers, reports Business Insider.
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