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Digital inaccessibility: Blind and low-vision people have powerful technology but still...

Michele McDonnall, Mississippi State University Imagine that you have low vision and you’re completing an online job application using...

Workplace discrimination saps everyone’s motivation − even if it works in...

Brent Simpson, University of South Carolina When people work for discriminatory managers, they put in less effort. That’s true...

Fossil fuel workers have the skills to succeed in green jobs,...

Morgan R. Frank, University of Pittsburgh and Junghyun Lim, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill As the U.S....

The Federal Reserve and the art of navigating a soft landing...

Christopher Decker, University of Nebraska Omaha With inflation easing and the U.S. economy cooling, is the Federal Reserve done...

Jobs report hints that Fed policy is paying off – and...

Christopher Decker, University of Nebraska Omaha The latest jobs report is in, and the good news is Federal Reserve...

Jobs are up! Wages are up! So why am I as...

Edouard Wemy, Clark University In any other time, the jobs news that came down on Dec. 2, 2022, would...

A new dawn over stormy seas: how Labor should manage the...

Saul Eslake, University of Tasmania Labor has inherited an economy with a pretty full “head of steam”.

‘Do what you love’ could be contributing to the Great Resignation

Galen Watts, KU Leuven “Do what you love,” is no longer just advice. High school students learn early on that their future careers should...

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