The economy is in the toilet and there's a pandemic happening, but somehow we are still expected to look for work.
Play-by-play action just got a whole new meaning.
The totally normal job requirements entail living within driving distance of the park and having "a deep knowledge of Disneyland."
“I was so angry because it was just insulting to students that it took a week and this is what they thought solidarity was."
Expert advice on navigating the harshest job market of your lifetime, whether you're employed, scared of being laid off, or out of work.
"A lot of our residents with dementia don't understand what’s happening at the moment."
"Relying on a social safety net with rent relief or universal healthcare—especially in this busted-ass country—is downright unfathomable."
It’s tough to go to work every day wondering if you’ll still have a job in a few months—but your managers might not have answers either.
122 million Indians have lost their jobs in the last month alone.
"It’s kind of limitless... I know of people who have taken US$1 million in a single transaction."
"Sure, times are really unsettling, mentally for the most part, but a girl’s gotta do what she’s gotta do to live another day."
Universal basic income was once a fringe idea, but it's rapidly gaining fans thanks to our current crisis.