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Career - Economics / Business - 16.02.2022
Poverty wages keep child care teachers in ’grim financial bind,’ says new report
The crisis in California child care dates back decades, but the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a deep toll.

Research Management - Career - 14.02.2022
Researcher receives second Proof of Concept Grant from European Research Council
Professor Wim De Malsche builds new instrument for complex separations such as blood analysis A Vrije Universiteit Brussel researcher has received a second European Research Council Proof of Concept Grant for his ultra-performance analytical separations, worth ¤150,000.

Health - Career - 11.02.2022
UCL academics: Why the International Day of Women & Girls in Science is so important
UCL academics: Why the International Day of Women & Girls in Science is so important
Over the past two years, women have led ground-breaking research into public health, vaccines and innovative technology, alongside working on the front lines of Covid-19 response as scientists, health care workers and more.

Career - Social Sciences - 10.02.2022

Career - Campus - 10.02.2022

Career - Agronomy / Food Science - 07.02.2022
One in four Australian workers suffer ’ringing ears’, survey shows
As many as half a million Australians are suffering from constant tinnitus, with farmers, automotive workers, transport drivers, construction workers and other trades people at the greatest risk, a national survey as part of Curtin-led research has found.

Career - Event - 03.02.2022

Career - 03.02.2022
Strong company inclusion practice can bring along employees reticent about supporting trans people
Strong company inclusion practice can bring along employees reticent about supporting trans people
New research signals benefits for both employees and companies of educating about, and implementing, trans allyship Companies that actively implement strong inclusion and diversity practices may bene

Health - Career - 02.02.2022
'More and more people need long-term medical care'
’More and more people need long-term medical care’
Since statistical records began to be kept at the end of the 19th century, the life expectancy of new-born babies has more than doubled.

Career - 02.02.2022
’Bold solutions are missing’
Many branches of industry are engaged in a desperate search for workers. Experts at the Institute for Employment Research (Institut für Arbeitsmarktund Berufsforschung) see only one way out: annual net immigration of 400,000 people.

Career - Environment - 01.02.2022
Using co-working spaces to recycle e-waste sustainably
Using co-working spaces to recycle e-waste sustainably
An Indo-Swiss research team led by researchers is developing an ecological and solidarity-based business model that reduces the environmental impact of e-waste recycling.

Economics / Business - Career - 01.02.2022

Health - Career - 31.01.2022
Despite overall gains in health coverage and access to care, disparities persist in California
As of 2020, more than 2.5 million Californians age 64 and under had no health insurance coverage, according to a study by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.

Career - 31.01.2022
When Job Seekers are ’Overqualified,’ Gender Bias May Come Into Play
A new UC San Diego study reveals overqualified women and sufficiently qualified men tend to be hired for the same jobs and ranks When you're looking for a job, any number of factors can work against you.

Career - Psychology - 26.01.2022
Can emoji use be the key in detecting remote-work burnout?
Taking the emotional temperature of your co-workers is easier when you spend your days in an office. Bursts of laughter, uncomfortable body language and flashes of anger are easy to see when you sit across the table from your co-worker. But as remote work is taking off, tracking the emotions of remote workers can be a challenge.

Career - 24.01.2022
Q&A: How racism holds Black women back from leadership positions
Q&A: How racism holds Black women back from leadership positions
Q&As Collins Maina In 2021, there were two CEOs who were Black women in the Fortune 500 ranking of America's largest companies. This is notable because it is the first time in history that this has happened. In fact, despite making up nearly seven per cent of the U.S. workforce, only four Black women have ever held the top position at a Fortune 500 company.

Economics / Business - Career - 19.01.2022

Economics / Business - Career - 14.01.2022