Is Working From Home (Successfully) While Parenting Even Possible?

The struggles of parenting while working from home. Making WFH work for working parents. Working parents need more from their employers. Parents, especially working mothers, have borne the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic, at least when it comes to working from home. While most people forced into a remote work situation struggled with a plethora of issues and challenges, parents have faced specific obstacles that make parenting and working from home feel downright impossible at times.
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10 Things Preventing People From Buying a Home Today

As real estate values soar to the heavens, a growing number of renters worry they will never be able to afford their own home. In fact, 48% of today’s renters now say this slice of the American dream may be beyond their grasp, according to a LendingTree study. This worry...
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1 in 6 will quit their job if they can’t continue working from home

Is working from home now a deal-breaker for you and where you work? You’re not alone. A new survey finds the pandemic lockdowns, which pushed many companies to switch to remote work, are changing what employees are putting on their “must-have” lists when it comes to their careers. Now, nearly six in 10 people (58%) say they want a fully remote job.
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22 Side Gigs That Can Make You Richer Than a Full-Time Job

Earning extra money on the side can be easy when you know what types of opportunities to look for. Whether you want to pay off student loan debt, start saving for a big-ticket purchase or build up a fund for the future, finding one of the best side jobs out there is a great way to reach your goal.

AI in Video will Enhance Work in the Modern-Day Work Environment

Remote work has emerged as a hot topic in the employment world, despite being the longest year ever recorded. Remote work is gaining popularity because of its many benefits and its difficulties. Remote work is becoming more common among employees, with many actually preferring it to work in the office....

Research: Employees are ready and willing to quit over remote work flexibility

Would you quit your job rather than go back to the grind of office life?. Many of you reading this wouldn’t hesitate, it seems. At least according to new data published by FlexJobs, which compiled answers from more than 4,600 respondents to provide a snapshot of where workers’ heads are at right now. The survey sheds light on a range of crucial workplace issues that are fueling “The Great Resignation”—and causing major headaches for companies that are desperate to keep workers rowing the boat.

44% Know At Least One Person Who Has Quit Or Plans To Quit Because Of Employers Revoking Remote Work

New FlexJobs survey highlights the high value employees place on remote work, mental health support, and company culture. This is part one of a three-part interview with Himanshu H. Shah President and Chief Investment Officer of Shah Capital. The interview is part of ValueWalk’s Value Fund Interview Series. Throughout this series, we are publishing weekly interviews with value-oriented hedge funds, and asset managers. All the past interviews in the series can be found here. Shah Read More.

How AI in Video Will Enhance Work in the Modern-Day Work Environment

Shaking off the dust from what could be described as the longest year known to man — remote work is a hot topic in the world of employment. By establishing both its benefits, as well as its challenges, remote work has people talking about its permanence. What is more, employees have become accustomed to remote working, in fact, many of them actually prefer it to the office. According to a FlexJobs survey, 65% of employee respondents reported wanting to be full-time remote post-pandemic, and 31% want a hybrid remote work environment — that’s 96% who desire some form of remote work.

How to nail the exit interview

But before they go, they’re likely to be asked to participate in an exit interview. In fact,. of Fortune 500 companies hold exit interviews, and I know this to be the case from partnering with thousands of employer partners as the CEO and founder of FlexJobs and How should...

5 side hustles for people in their 50s: Some could pay thousands of dollars per month

More than 61 million Americans plan to start a side hustle in 2021, according to a Zapier survey of 2,001 U.S. adults. And though a higher percentage of the younger generations like millennials have picked up side hustles ― 48%, according to Bankrate ― older generations are trying the trend as well. More than a third, 39%, of Gen Xers and 28% of baby boomers say they earn extra income on the side.
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How to nail the exit interview—and why it matters

The U.S. job market is jam-packed with opportunities right now, with a record 10 million job openings and employers clamoring to woo new employees. With two-thirds of Americans looking for new jobs, and almost 70% considering a career change, it’s safe to assume that many people will be handing in their notices in the coming months.

7 Remote Jobs Gen Z Will Love

Older members of Gen Z have recently entered the workforce or will be entering the workforce for the first time, and what they look for in a job may not be the same as previous generations. According...

WHAT THE TECH? Tools for finding jobs that allow you to work from home

With federal COVID-19 jobless benefits expiring this month, many people who lost their jobs during the early months of the pandemic are looking for work again. While the Labor Department says there are an estimated 10 million job openings currently, many people would like to find employment they can do from home.