More Young Asians are Becoming Sugar Babies to Survive The Economic Crash
“The situation was bad, but I didn’t have to worry about it getting worse. I didn’t feel anxious about my salary cut, instead I felt stable and safe.”
The Pandemic Is Devastating Women and Could Make It Harder for Them to Vote
Many women are overwhelmed with child care right now, and others are struggling through a time of historic job loss.
7 People Talk About Not Being Able to Make Rent During a Pandemic
Some have been on a rent strike, some are on the verge of eviction, some are dealing with landlords who suggest letting a stranger's family move in to help share the cost of rent.
When You're Having a Rough Time, Let Friends Share Your Bad News for You
Managing other people's reactions to your trauma is exhausting; enlisting someone else to update folks your behalf is a small act of self-care, and an easy way to take people up on their “let me know if you need anything” offers.
How to Look for a Job When Everything Feels Hopeless
The economy is in the toilet and there's a pandemic happening, but somehow we are still expected to look for work.
How to Be There for Your Partner After They Lose Their Job
Don't email them 87 links to open positions you think they should apply to—at least, not without talking about it first.
The Indian Government Now Wants To Postpone Its Plastic Ban Because of Economic Slowdown and Unemployment
On October 2, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that they would phase out single-use plastics by 2022 instead.
This Is What Happens When You Lie on Your Resume
Some fibs will get you fired, others will get you hired. Here’s how to navigate the line between artful exaggeration and a flat out lie.
Automated Ports Have Dockworkers in the Netherlands Threatening Strikes
Employees and unions fear that automation at the docks in the coming years will put hundreds out of work.