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Economics / Business - Career - 14.01.2022

Social Sciences - Career - 13.01.2022
New study investigates how to understand and improve social care assessments for older LGBTQ+ people in England
New study investigates how to understand and improve social care assessments for older LGBTQ+ people in England
Share this page Share on Twitter Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share on email A new study will explore how LGBTQ+ people experience difficulties when interacting with social workers and are often anxious about discrimination or abuse as a result of their sexual or gender identity.

Astronomy / Space Science - Career - 11.01.2022
Use of locums highest in rural, small or poorer performing GP practices
New research led by University of Manchester researchers published today (11/01/22) in the British Journal of General Practice has thrown new light on the use and characteristics of locum GPs in England.

Life Sciences - Career - 11.01.2022

Career - Health - 10.01.2022

Career - Research Management - 10.01.2022

Career - Economics / Business - 07.01.2022

Career - Innovation - 06.01.2022

Economics / Business - Career - 06.01.2022

Career - 23.12.2021
Consumer confidence: Omicron plays holiday Grinch
Although consumers were slightly more optimistic about economic conditions in the December survey, nearly all the data were collected prior to the rapid spread of Omicron in the U.S.

Career - 16.12.2021
Workers welcome shortened work week, research study finds
Municipal staff in Zorra Township are so satisfied with a four-day work week that almost three-quarters of them would like to extend the innovative experiment.

Campus - Career - 16.12.2021

Campus - Career - 09.12.2021

History / Archeology - Career - 09.12.2021

Social Sciences - Career - 08.12.2021
'The EU is hitting the limits in the US system it's modeled after'
’The EU is hitting the limits in the US system it's modeled after’
Policymakers need to reconsider the European Union's heavy promotion of cross-border mobility if they want to preserve cohesion among member states, according to a new book by three researchers drawing on urban sociology studies carried out at EPFL.

Career - 02.12.2021

Politics - Career - 02.12.2021
International digital project reveals convicts' contribution to Australian democracy for next generation
An international project led by Monash University has found convicts sent to Australia engaged in collective action for better pay and working conditions as early as the 1820s, demonstrating the origins of unionism and the labour movement go back further than first thought.

Economics / Business - Career - 29.11.2021
Nearly half of California caregivers experienced financial stress during 2020
In 2020, an estimated 6.7 million Californians provided care for a family member or friend with a serious or chronic illness or disability.
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