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One man found 62 resumes in the trash, fixed them, and hired 14 people

This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process. Never give up and never let anyone else do it. That seems to be the lesson of the story from Kaká D'Avila , a young man in Brazil who went viral on social media for his perseverance.
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How to Grab Amazon Work-From-Home Jobs Today

Tired of the nine-to-five grind? Then you might be interested in working for a company that offers remote jobs. Global tech giant Amazon, for instance, allows some of its employees to work from home. Most jobs are full-time, but you may also find seasonal or part-time work. Depending on your...
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What to Consider When Looking for a Co-Working Space Abroad

For the growing number of Americans who have become digital nomads, choosing the right co-working space is a question of ethics. Back in the halcyon days of the internet in 1997, when Tsugio Makimoto and David Manner penned the book Digital Nomad, the subset of Americans that could travel and work full-time was small. By the end of 2020 that number had mushroomed to 10.9 million and—given that only 10 percent of employees want to return to a full-time office set-up at all, according to a recent Wakefield Research study sponsored by Envoy—is poised to rise dramatically.
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Public HealthFOXBusiness

Varney says coronavirus pandemic gave way to 'opportunity quitting'

In his latest "My Take," FOX Business host Stuart Varney explains why more workers are changing their jobs since 2000. He argues workers now have leverage as the pandemic created opportunities for people to seek personal and financial gain outside of old jobs they may no longer enjoy. STUART VARNEY:...
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Employment in America: A Shifting Workforce

CBSN and CBS MoneyWatch present “Employment in America: A Shifting Workforce." The special, anchored by Lana Zak, takes a look at the state of employment as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and includes valuable information for job seekers and career changers.
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For Many Workers Post-Pandemic, the Answer to Will They Return to the Office Is No

More than 40 percent of workers in a recent Microsoft survey appear to be thinking about leaving their current employers, and more than 70 percent want flexible remote options to remain. Associate professor of management in the Mays Business School at Texas A&M University Anthony Klotz joined Cheddar to discuss the looming changes to the American workforce as people consider their options as organizations return to the office. "Work arrangements are changing a lot, and so one that's gotten a lot of attention is 'do employees want to return to the office after working from home?'" Klotz said. "And for some, the answer is no."
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These are the top 10 industries hiring for entry-level positions

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Experts weigh in on the post-pandemic hiring boom

The U.S. economy added 559,000 jobs in May and that number is expected to grow this summer. Lavare Bland, CEO of Kandidate - North America, and Karin Kimbrough, LinkedIn's chief economist, joined CBSN's Lana Zak for the MoneyWatch special "Employment in America: A Shifting Workforce" to discuss the post-pandemic job market.
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A growth mindset doesn’t improve productivity, but this does

We all want to perform our best when opportunities come our way. So why is it that some people can consistently tap into their highest potential on command while others flounder? Do these founders and visionaries think differently than us mortals? Is it their genetics? Perhaps they take truckloads of nootropics? Or do they just have the perfect playlist.
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Designing a digital-first workplace means putting employee needs first

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