[Lb1] Every now and again I start feeling bad for employers who can’t get the people they need – unlike some I don’t assume the problem is 100% pay – but then articles like this come up and I lose that sympathy. The first step to hiring people in the current job market is to stop acting like it’s the job market from ten years ago.
[Lb2] As always, define “fairly“.
[Lb3] This is intriguing… kind of making me wish I had done some of my studies in distribution and logistics.
[Lb4] At Trump resorts, Americans need not apply.
[Lb5] The author of the Odyssey article about the girl whose parents bankrolled a trip to Coachella (who turned out not to be a girl at all) explains how it all started as an attempt to unearth a multi-level marketing scam for writers.
[Lb7] With longer lifespans, a Stanford researcher says we should delay full-time work until we’re 40, allowing us to send the time before that on other pursuits like raising children.
[Lb8] There may be a change in the way legal work is getting done, providing more employment opportunities for lawyers.
[Lb9] That sounds better than this, at any rate, which is unfortunate because that’s the kind of job I could use right now.
— Dan Luu (@danluu) July 6, 2018