Here’s why policymakers are not preparing for an automated future, via The Atlantic.
Although many retail stores are closed in Puerto Rico, TJX Cos. is still paying its workers in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, according to Boston Globe.
When factory workers went unpaid, the company working with an unethical factory owner gets blamed. A hardship fund for the unpaid workers sounds like a move in the right direction, but it has yet to pay out, writes Fast Company.
The tight labor market has forecasters seeing limits to economic growth in the U.S., reports Bloomberg.
Finally, here’s a video that shares how automation is impacting physical, dangerous jobs such as logging, via Quartz.
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