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How coronavirus has changed US employment, in 6 charts - Vox.com

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How coronavirus has changed US employment, in 6 charts - Vox.comHow coronavirus has changed US employment, in 6 charts - Vox.com5 Jobs You Can Do From Home (Part-Time or Full-Time) - Business 2 CommunityThe productivity pitfalls of working from home in the age of COVID-19 | Stanford News - Stanford ReportHow coronavirus has changed US employment, in 6 charts - Vox.comPosted: 03 Apr 2020 06:37 PM PDTThe novel coronavirus has led to unprecedented employment situation in America — one that's only beginning to show up in the data.In an effort to combat the spread of Covid 19, cities and states around the country have called for many non-essential businesses to shutter or at least adjust their operations. The efforts have wreaked havoc on numerous industries, including food service, travel, and retail, among others.Hugely populous states including New York, California, and Illinois enacted "stay at home" measures last month that required many nonessential businesses to close …

Work-from-home opportunities abound - Boulder Daily Camera

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Work-from-home opportunities abound - Boulder Daily CameraWork-from-home opportunities abound - Boulder Daily CameraPosted: 24 Mar 2020 12:00 AM PDT BOULDER — While many companies are reducing staff or completely shuttering from state efforts to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, others are in search of employees.Boulder-based FlexJobs Corp., an online job services company for professionals seeking remote or flexible-scheduled work, said it found several companies already in the virtual workplace landscape that are still hiring.The company compiled a partial list of businesses hiring:Aha!AutomatticClevertechCollage.comEvolving WisdomGitLabGreenback Expat Tax ServicesinVisionLoveToKnowMomsRisingScrapingHubSimple [A]The Cheat SheetTime DoctorTogglToptalTri.beUpworthyWorking SolutionsX-TeamThere are more remote options listed on FlexJobs' sister site, Remote.co.In an email to BizWest, Kathy Gardner, senior director of public relations at FlexJobs, said: "As leaders in remote …

Original Content podcast: ‘The Platform’ offers a gruesome metaphor for capitalism - TechCrunch

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Original Content podcast: ‘The Platform’ offers a gruesome metaphor for capitalism - TechCrunchOriginal Content podcast: ‘The Platform’ offers a gruesome metaphor for capitalism - TechCrunchPosted: 04 Apr 2020 12:29 PM PDT "The Platform" is not a subtle movie.That's true of its approach to horror, with intense, bloody scenes that prompted plenty of screaming and pausing from your hosts at the Original Content podcast. It's also true of its thematic material — right around the time one of the characters accuses another of being communist, you'll slap yourself on the forehead and say, "Oh, it's about capitalism."The new Netflix film takes place in a mysterious prison, with two prisoners on each level (they're randomly rotated each month). Once each day, a platform laden with delicious food is lowered through the prison. If you're on one of the top levels, you feast. If you're further down, things are considerably more grim, and can become d…

Microsoft Partners With Website Navigation Startup WalkMe For Sales Software - Yahoo Finance

U.S. Seeks to Ease Small Business Loan Process, but Startups Fear Being Shut Out - The Wall Street Journal

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“30 startups creating the future of work that will prosper in 2020, according to VCs - Business Insider” plus 1 more

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“30 startups creating the future of work that will prosper in 2020, according to VCs - Business Insider” plus 1 more30 startups creating the future of work that will prosper in 2020, according to VCs - Business InsiderPosted: 04 Apr 2020 05:45 AM PDT As the coronavirus crisis forces people to work remotely, tools that help them stay connected and productive are booming in popularity.We asked a select group of VCs to name enterprise startups that could take off this year as a result of the changing work environment.Each investor named two "future of work" startups: one in their portfolio, and one company they admire but have no financial interest in.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.The coronavirus outbreak has changed not only where people work from, but how they work and what tools they use.Already, apps like Zoom and Slack have seen huge increases in usage in the past few weeks, as users grab onto ways to stay connected in their work and personal lives …

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