If you've ever stared slack-jawed at the credits of a blockbuster movie and wondered what the difference between "producers" and "executive producers" is, or what the hell a "colorist's" job is, this video will help clear things up.
Have 50,000 jobs in coal been added since Trump became president? No, and the decades-long march of labor-cutting and automation in mining shows no sign of stopping any time soon.
It starts out soothing but gets sort of dark at the end. Let this be a lesson to all of us about the dangers of overwork.
A lawsuit against SunTrust shows how employers face unique problems when it comes to using the business web platform.
The blogging platform's parent, a remote-working advocate, wound up listing the property.
Forget the 1 percent for a moment. It’s the top fifth that rules.
In the 19th century, New York's first women's clubs provided an essential safe haven. Now the city's new women-centric gathering spots are looking to fuel a different kind of revolution.
At a moment when sexualized office cultures are a source of major scrutiny, a Tinder rival is counting on that to help its recruiting efforts.
"The left is at once flailing and sclerotic. Afflicted by a vague autoimmune disorder, we cannot even retain what little power we have, nor do we have any institutions capable of doing so; thus, we are able to smack only those within arm’s reach of us — ourselves."
Although grass-roots activists have long been painted as alien agitators, a proud homegrown tradition persists.
The decline of the summer job.
"Just learn how to code, and you’ll be fine. But something’s missing. Code what? To do what? And why?"
According to a new study pulling numbers from 250 economic regions in Sweden, Norway and Finland, it all depends on what kind of jobs are created.
Most childless single people are not the emotionally untethered and financially untroubled beings that employers sometimes believe them to be.
The red rose "has always been an important symbol with anti-authoritarian associations," prominently displayed at early May Day celebrations in the 19th century, and later adopted by Democratic Socialist parties in the US and abroad.
Donald Trump feeds off class resentment. Let’s stop making his job easier.
President Trump ignited a national discussion of blue-collar jobs. Truck driving, once a road to the middle class, is now low-paying, grinding, unhealthy work. We talked with drivers about why they do.
It’s easy to see how benign productivity tools turn into an Orwellian nightmare.
The rhythm and precision of the nailgun. The practiced cooperation. The chill supervisor looking at his tablet. The Nicki Minaj playing in the background. This video oozes cool.
A new illustrated book about life as a stripper is an unprecedented look at modern sex work.
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