We Studied Freelancing For Five Years: Here’s How Work Is Changing

BY STEPHANE KASRIEL, Thomas Jefferson imagined a nation of independent, self-reliant Americans who plowed their own fields and created their own destinies. And for a long time, that’s exactly what they did. In 1860, as much as 80% of the workforce was self-employed, according to historian Steven Gillon. From then on, things started changing, and quite dramatically. […]

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These Are the Top Reasons Why 25-33-Year-Olds Have a Quarter-Life Crisis, According to LinkedIn

By Michael Schneider, Human capital specialist, Welltower, After things slow down and the initial shock of entering the professional word subsides, there comes a point in time when we all ask ourselves, “why?” It’s natural to question your purpose — and, you’re not alone. Many have gone through the same struggle of searching for meaning in their career.  In fact, LinkedIn found that […]

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