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Generation X is quickly occupying the majority of business leadership roles. Source: Generation X — not millennials — is changing the nature of work Thanks to Alyssa Fox for posting this one on Facebook. While the article is about a … Continue reading
Here in the U.S. (and perhaps in other places that have Netflix), there’s a big phenomenon about Marie Kondo. For those who don’t know who Marie Kondo is, she wrote a self-help book about home organization several years ago called, … Continue reading
Who cares about the Oxford comma? That’s a $10 million question. Source: Take That, AP Style! Court of Law Rules The Oxford Comma Necessary Evidently, those of us who are grammar snobs, or the grammar police, as some might say, … Continue reading
Over 50 and working in tech? 2019 might be a pivotal year for you. First, some not-so-great news: The average tech salary has continued its plateau, Source: 2019: A Great Year For Tech Pros Over 50 Years Old? As a … Continue reading
A divided federal appeals court restricted age bias claims to employees, ruling that age discrimination protection does not apply to external job applicants. Source: Older Job Applicants Not Protected By Age Bias Law, Says U.S. Appeals Court See?? It’s not … Continue reading
Content engineering is the practice of organizing the shape, structure, and application of content, and is broken down into seven primary disciplines. Source: What Is Content Engineering? The company Simple [A] has come up with a really good way of … Continue reading
The idea that American workers are being left in the dust because they lack technological savvy does not stand up to scrutiny. Our focus should be on coordination and communication between workers and employers. Source: The Myth of the Skills … Continue reading