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At work, women and people of color still have not broken...

Tesa Rigel Hines, Purdue University Northwest Did you notice the race of your barista this morning? What about the sex of your mechanic? I have observed...

Retailers like Walmart are embracing robots – here’s how workers can...

Beth Humberd, University of Massachusetts Lowell and Scott F. Latham, University of Massachusetts Lowell Walmart recently said it plans to deploy robots to scan shelves,...

Skilled blue-collar jobs are growing – though women aren’t getting them

Eric Hoyt, University of Massachusetts Amherst and JD Swerzenski, University of Massachusetts Amherst In the press, the phrase “blue collar” is often used as shorthand...

Four common mistakes that can ruin your chances in a job...

Janina Steinmetz, City, University of London If you make it to the job interview stage of an application process, the prospect of a new job...

Why the war on poverty in the US isn’t over, in...

Robert L. Fischer, Case Western Reserve University On July 12, President Trump’s Council of Economic Advisers concluded that America’s long-running war on poverty “is largely...

Why child care costs more than college tuition – and how...

Taryn Morrissey, American University Amid the continually rising cost of tuition, the idea of free college has received growing attention over the past few years....

Young doctors struggle to learn robotic surgery – so they are...

Matt Beane, University of California, Santa Barbara Artificial intelligence and robotics spell massive changes to the world of work. These technologies can automate new tasks,...

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Our laws don’t do enough to protect our health data

Sharona Hoffman, Case Western Reserve University Have you ever wondered why your computer often shows you ads that seem tailor-made for your interests? The answer...