Trying to find a new job where you can work from home? The pandemic prompted many job-seekers to look for remote or hybrid work, but how do you know whether the job you're applying for now will stay remote in the coming years?
Some of the biggest clues can come from a company’s competitors.
In my latest research — co-authored with Smith PhD student Jingwen Yang, Charles Ham of Indiana University, and Wenfeng Wang of City University of Hong Kong — we looked at work-from-home job postings and found employers are more likely to offer remote work when more of their peers already do so.
Many people like the option to work from home. According to research, some employees are even willing to accept lower wages in exchange for workplace flexibility. Several employers such as Airbnb noted their career pages receive considerably more views when a job description includes the flexibility to work from home.
by halelkhan on 2022-12-18 04:30:52
Since 1996, the "Blue's Clues" franchise has delighted viewers of all ages. The live-action and animated children's television show premiered on Nickelodeon, featuring Blue, an energetic blue dog, and her owner, Steve, played by Steve Burns.
The original series ran until 2006, and its revival "Blue's Clues & You!" aired in 2019 with a new host, Josh, played by Josh Dela Cruz.
However, this was not the first time the franchise had a change in hosts. In 2002, Steve left the program and was replaced by Joe, played by Donovan Patton, for the remainder of the original series.
For many years, fans wondered by Steve left "Blue's Clues," and after nearly 20 years, Burns addressed his unexpected departure from the show.
by halelkhan on 2022-12-15 05:41:22
As the NFL schedule winds down, the stakes throughout the league are rapidly going up.
The Kansas City Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings and San Francisco 49ers can all clinch their respective divisions in the coming days, while the Buffalo Bills and Dallas Cowboys can secure playoff spots of their own.
The New York Jets and Detroit Lions will cross paths in an interconference battle with surprisingly significant ramifications. Both teams are currently trying to end lengthy playoff droughts and battling to move into wild-card position ... but a loss will almost certainly bury one of them Sunday. The same seems to be true of the New York Giants' visit to the Washington Commanders, the NFC East rivals re-engaging two weeks after a 20-20 tie in the Meadowlands.
And then there are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The only team currently leading a division with a sub-.500 record, the Bucs (6-7) need to get on track quickly if they're to hold off the charging Carolina Panthers. But that won't be easy with Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals, owners of an AFC-best five-game winning streak, coming to Florida's Gulf Coast. Let's, uh, go, Tom Brady ...
by halelkhan on 2022-12-15 05:39:46