Careers

  • Kiplinger13 minutes ago

    The Incredible Shrinking 2% Social Security COLA

    Monthly benefits will increase, on average, $27 in 2018. Or will they?

  • Kiplinger13 minutes ago

    Income, Not Age, Should Determine Your Retirement Date

    There is no magic age when you should or can retire, so don't start counting down the years (or days). Instead, you need to dig a little deeper to know if you're really ready.

  • Amid a cocaine boom in Colombia, a deeper problem is emerging
    Business Insider UK2 hours ago

    Amid a cocaine boom in Colombia, a deeper problem is emerging

    Colombia's cocaine trade and organized-crime groups are resurgent. Economic uncertainty and ongoing violence also pose a threat to marginalized communities. The incident appears to be the most violent action by Colombian security forces against civilians in some time and underscores the burden

  • Gregg Popovich calls Trump 'a soulless coward' over claims Obama did not call Gold Star families
    Business Insider UK2 hours ago

    Gregg Popovich calls Trump 'a soulless coward' over claims Obama did not call Gold Star families

    San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich has offered some of the most pointed critiques of President Trump and his rhetoric you'll find in any field. On Monday, Popovich gave his harshest critique yet of the president while on a phone call with Dave Zirin of The Nation. The call came after Trump

  • Technology will continue to kill IT jobs—but there’s still hope for Indian engineers
    Quartz7 days ago

    Technology will continue to kill IT jobs—but there’s still hope for Indian engineers

    Once a powerhouse of job creation, India’s IT sector has slammed the brakes on hiring in recent months, even as newer industries like e-commerce and food technology increase recruitment. The $150 billion IT services industry is among the sectors most disinclined to hire between October 2017 and March

  • Sky News10 days ago

    Black, Asian and minority-ethnic graduates face significant jobs gap - study

    The Resolution Foundation think-tank found that the proportion of working-age people with degrees had increased across all ethnic groups from 12% in 1996-99 to 30% in 2014-17. The analysis showed that despite strong employment growth in recent years, Pakistani and Bangladeshi graduates are around 12%

  • Reuters - UK Focus13 days ago

    BORSE EUROPA in calo, pesa crisi catalana

    LONDRA, 4 ottobre - INDICI ORE 12,12 VAR % CHIUS. 2016 EUROSTOXX50 3587,08 -0,52 3290,52 STOXX EUROPE 600 389,64 -0,28 361,42 STOXX BANCHE 187,18 -1,16 170,27 STOXX OIL&GAS 305,87 -0,71 322,47 STOXX ASSICURAZIONI ...

  • Work causes mental health issues in 60% of employees
    Sky News13 days ago

    Work causes mental health issues in 60% of employees

    Workers who ask for help coping with mental health problems are facing demotion, disciplinary action or even dismissal a new study has suggested. According to the Mental Health at Work 2017 report, a survey of 3,000 workers for the charity Business in the Community found that 60% of people questioned

  • Who are the UK's unhappiest workers?
    Sky News20 days ago

    Who are the UK's unhappiest workers?

    Retail staff and teachers are among the unhappiest workers in the UK when it comes to their pay, according to a survey. A study by jobs search engine Adzuna found that some of the happiest workers are those in human resources, consultancy and construction. The survey of 1,000 workers found that two

  • Sky News21 days ago

    Who are the UK's unhappiest workers?

    Retail staff and teachers are among the unhappiest workers in the UK when it comes to their pay, according to a survey. A study by jobs search engine Adzuna found that some of the happiest workers are those in human resources, consultancy and construction. The survey of 1,000 workers found that two

  • Who are the UK's most unhappiest workers?
    Sky News21 days ago

    Who are the UK's most unhappiest workers?

    Retail workers and teachers are among the unhappiest workers in the UK when it comes to their pay, according to a survey. A study by jobs search engine Adzuna found that some of the happiest workers are those in human resources, consultancy and construction. As a result, just 13.6% said they had successfully

  • Reuters - UK Focus29 days ago

    Caribbean braces again as Maria could become hurricane on Sunday

    Tropical Storm Maria was expected to reach hurricane status later on Sunday, and hurricane watches were in effect for several Caribbean islands, according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center . Some of ...

  • TUC urges national living wage extension to younger workers
    PA Money Newslast month

    TUC urges national living wage extension to younger workers

    The national living wage should be extended to younger workers, otherwise they will be "left behind", says the TUC.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Nearly a quarter of Scottish engineering firms risk staff losses due to Brexit-survey

    Almost one quarter of Scottish engineering and manufacturing firms have lost or are at risk of losing staff because of Britain's decision to leave the European Union, a survey published on Wednesday found. The poll by accountants Henderson Loggie also found almost three quarters of firms surveyed

  • Sky Newslast month

    Survey: 'Minority' of firms go outside UK to fill jobs

    Half of UK businesses have faced skills or labour shortages in the last year but only a minority are looking overseas to fill the gaps, a survey says. Of more than 1,400 business people surveyed by the British Chambers of Commerce, 48% had faced labour or skills shortages at their firms in the past

  • Labour to force Commons vote against 'unfair' public sector pay cap
    PA Money Newslast month

    Labour to force Commons vote against 'unfair' public sector pay cap

    Labour is to force a Commons vote on scrapping the 1% public sector pay cap for NHS workers.

  • Labour to force Commons vote on scrapping 1% public sector pay cap
    PA Money Newslast month

    Labour to force Commons vote on scrapping 1% public sector pay cap

    Labour is to force a Commons vote on scrapping the 1% public sector pay cap.

  • Job adverts offer lowest salaries in three years as vacancies rising - study
    PA Money News2 months ago

    Job adverts offer lowest salaries in three years as vacancies rising - study

    Salaries in job adverts are at their lowest for over three years as the number of vacancies continues to rise, new research shows.

  • Two women entrepreneurs invented a cofounder named “Keith” to be taken seriously. It worked
    Quartz2 months ago

    Two women entrepreneurs invented a cofounder named “Keith” to be taken seriously. It worked

    One year ago, Penelope Gazin and Kate Dwyer launched Witchsy, an online shop for quirky, sometimes raunchy, artwork—illustrations, pins, and fabric patches by artisans and craft makers. Their aesthetic has been described as “pleasantly disruptive,” the lovechild of Etsy and Pornhub. In fact, the site

  • Where and when Hurricane Harvey could strike this weekend
    Quartz2 months ago

    Where and when Hurricane Harvey could strike this weekend

    Hurricane Harvey is quickly gaining strength as it moves in toward Texas, having upgraded from a Tropical Depression to a Category 2 Hurricane in less than a day. At this rate, the storm is predicted to become a Category 3 Hurricane by the time it hits Texas’s Gulf Coast, which would make it the strongest

  • Driverless cars will make a lot of jobs better, not destroy them
    Quartz2 months ago

    Driverless cars will make a lot of jobs better, not destroy them

    The rise of autonomous vehicles will almost certainly mean lost jobs for a large portion of the nearly 4 million people in the US for whom driving is the main part of their work. These truck drivers, taxi and Uber drivers, and bus drivers (broadly referred to as motor vehicle operators) find themselves

  • Bishops call for new approach from Government over benefits freeze
    PA Money News2 months ago

    Bishops call for new approach from Government over benefits freeze

    Bishops have called on the Government to urgently review its benefits freeze after a "deeply disturbing" report found poor working parents did not have the cash needed to look after children. 

  • Living wage families facing standard of living shortfall, report warns
    PA Money News2 months ago

    Living wage families facing standard of living shortfall, report warns

    Families working full time on the national living wage are 13% or £59 a week short of the amount needed to provide their children with a minimum standard of living, according to a new report.

  • Sky News2 months ago

    Fewer people moving to seek their fortune, says think-tank

    A report by the think-tank Resolution Foundation found the share of under-35s moving regions and changing jobs has fallen by 20% during the same period. Overall, the share of the population prepared to switch both region and employer has fallen from 0.8% to 0.6%. According to the study, under-30s who

  • Silicon Valley’s gender inequality is even worse than Wall Street’s
    Quartz2 months ago

    Silicon Valley’s gender inequality is even worse than Wall Street’s

    The workplace culture that brought us pinstripe suits, “bro talk,” and The Wolf of Wall Street still outpaces Silicon Valley when it comes to gender representation, with the share of women in the workforce at big banks far ahead of most big tech companies. Women make up the majority of employees at three

By using Yahoo you agree that Yahoo and partners may use Cookies for personalisation and other purposes