jobs

Automation is not only changing jobs — it’s also changing politics. Read More...

We often hear that the automated workplace is killing jobs. What do the people who make the robots have to say about that? Read More...

What happens when blue-collar workers get a bigger piece of the pie? The pie gets bigger for everyone. Read More...

Toxic workplaces, Afghan rugs, and internet access. That’s all this week, on Innovation Hub. Read More...

Our jobs can have a major impact on our health. Toxic management causes 120,000 excess deaths a year in the United States, according to Jeffrey Pfeffer. Read More...

Think you know better than your doctor? You don’t. Susan Jacoby and Tom Nichols explain why some of us are starting to distrust experts. 

Job interviews are a terrible way to measure candidates. Yale’s Jason Dana tells us why we can’t resist their siren call - and what we should do instead. 

Healthy lunches help kids… just not in the way you might think. Case Western Reserve’s Justin Gallagher explains.

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Truman Capote didn’t think creativity could be taught. Professor Scott Barry Kauffman and Carolyn Gregoire tell us why he might be wrong. 

Meet the CEO who creates scary go-karts in his free time. Autodesk CEO Carl Bass gives us a peek into the future of making things.

Think learning to code will keep you employed? Think again. Harvard’s David Deming says the best way to futureproof your job might be to learn how to talk to people

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Even if you’re pretty happy with the job you have, you still might want to see if there’s anything better. CEO Tom Leung talks about Poachable, his anonymous online talent marketplace that lets you look for cool new jobs, without your boss finding out — and lets companies find the right match as well. Read More...

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A new generation of workers has a new generation of values - which can mean walking away from raises and promotions. Read More...

Work

How are jobs - and workers - changing? Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee discuss which robots we should fear, and which we shouldn't. New York Times columnist Tom Friedman weighs in on the future of work. Plus, we may be heading for a 32-hour work week, and find out why money doesn’t make us as happy as we think. Read More...

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