People in these jobs are most afraid of a robot takeover

Sometimes, it seems like robots are completely taking over the world. Every year, thousands of machines are deployed into the workforce, taking #jobs that humans used to do. And, workers are rightly worried. A new survey from #CNBC and Survey Monkey found that almost four in 10 workers between the ages of 18 and 24 are concerned about…

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Women Who Wear This to Work are Deemed More Competent — But They’re Also Judged

“Attractive” people earn roughly 20 percent more than “average” people, so putting on makeup could mean pocketing a heftier paycheck. While women who wear makeup are reportedly considered more competent than those who don’t, however, donning cosmetics in the #workplace is a balancing act — women are tasked with having to appear competent but not “unprofessional.” “Women should be free to…

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5 Ways To Handle An Employment Gap On Your Resume

One of my clients’ most common concerns is that an employment gap will put them at a disadvantage when looking for that next job—especially given the circumstances surrounding the pandemic. A recent LinkedIn survey of 2,000 U.S. adults who became unemployed between March and October 2020 found that 84% of those surveyed believe there is a stigma…

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How companies are planning to lure employees back to the office

In launching the redevelopment of a pair of office towers in Burnaby, B.C., Slate Asset Management is promoting added amenities, including a fitness centre and outdoor terraces between the two buildings, as attractions designed to entice employees back to the office. With renovations set to begin in July, more than 10 per cent of the…

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The 25 Most In-Demand Resume Skills of 2021

Many hiring managers and #recruiters get hundreds of #resumes for every vacant position. So, how do you ensure that yours doesn’t get lost in the shuffle? One way is to include your top hard and soft skills. Sometimes overlooked when crafting your resume, skills are an important way of setting yourself apart from the competition. In…

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I’m so password protected that I can’t recall my passwords

The news item said that German prosecutors had confiscated €50-million worth of #Bitcoin from a fraudster but they couldn’t unlock the money without the #password. The fraudster served his jail sentence without giving up the code. I wondered, did they try torturing him with a middle-aged mom like me, repeatedly asking “what the hell is…

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International Women’s Day 2021

#InternationalWomen’sDay is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Significant activity is witnessed worldwide as groups come together to celebrate women’s achievements or rally for women’s equality. History It was during 1908 that there was an ongoing…

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In the global hunt for tech-savvy workers, companies are turning to a once-ignored source of talent: those diagnosed with autism

In2018,Andrew Dabbikeh applied for the job of capital markets risk analyst at Toronto-Dominion Bank. Diagnosed on the #autism spectrum at the age of five, Dabbikeh holds a bachelor’s degree in science, a master’s in epidemiology (specializing in biostatistics) and a fistful of analytics-focused certificates. He is also a published composer of electronic #music. Instead of…

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