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  1. power
    When Posting About the Israel-Hamas War Costs You Your Job“We’re going to see a lot of fallout in the coming weeks,” says one employment lawyer.
  2. at home in asian america
    Confessions of an Asian Diversity Hire“It’s not like they put a sign on your desk that reads ‘Diversity Hire.’ You just know.”
  3. the picket line
    The Truth Behind ‘Quiet Quitting’Workers are reclaiming their time from the boss.
  4. work
    The Little-Known Policy Wreaking Havoc on Workers’ LivesOpaque corporate “points” systems penalize employees for medical emergencies and make it all but impossible for them to appeal.
  5. the money game
    Revolt of the Goldman JuniorsCrushed by pandemic workloads, Wall Street’s youngest want more money and better conditions. But mostly more money.
  6. work less
    How About a 4-Day Workweek Already?Reduced hours could help people get back to work safely — and there are plenty of other reasons why it’s a good idea, too.
  7. labor
    Yoga Teachers Are Unionizing to Heal the Wellness IndustryIn a historic first, YogaWorks teachers have come together to demand improved conditions across their entire industry.
  8. amazon
    We Should Thank Amazon for Letting Us Have JobsAmazon jobs might be grueling and difficult, but at least there are electrolyte popsicles so you don’t die of dehydration.
  9. work
    People Who Claim to Work 75-Hour Weeks Usually Only Work About 50 HoursThey’re lying to you — but also maybe to themselves.
  10. vision 2020
    George McGovern Proposed a Universal Basic Income. It Didn’t Go Well for Him.Long-shot presidential candidate Andrew Yang is proposing to mail every American a monthly $1,000 check. George McGovern tried that in the ‘70s.
  11. uber
    Next Stop, Uberland: The Onrushing Algorithmic Future of WorkWhat the algorithmically managed lives of Uber drivers tell us about our future.
  12. select all
    What Happens When Work Becomes a Nonstop Chat RoomHas Slack made the office more productive? More of a snake pit? More like Tinder?
  13. automotive industry
    Can Trump Actually Bring Jobs Back to Ford?Major layoffs at the company suggest it will probably prove harder than the president appreciates.
  14. power
    Women Can Wear Pants on Fox News Now, But Not Much Else Has ChangedRupert Murdoch’s out-of-touch management of the disaster at his network.
  15. Europeans Work 19 Percent Fewer Hours Than Americans DoThe average American works one more hour every weekday than the average European.
  16. select all
    Facebook for Work Is Here, Which Means You’re Never Going to Clock OutSurrender once more to the Facebook maw.
  17. work-life balance
    100-Person Poll: Do You Work Too Much?We need to work more, says Jeb Bush. New Yorkers don’t exactly agree.
  18. work
    Hundreds Camping Out in the West Village for Carpenter JobsActually, it’s just for the chance to apply for a job.
  19. mayor bloomberg
    It’s Not Like Mayor Bloomberg Is Counting Down the Days Until He’s Out or SomethingHe’s got precisely 1,152 days left, but who’s counting?
  20. stories that belong in the onion
    Local Men Disappointed to Find Working on Wall Street Actually Just Like … Working“A lot of people did feel like if you just kept working there you could blink and all of a sudden 15 years would have passed and you wouldn’t have anything to show for it.”
  21. the workplace
    Everyone’s a Ninja NowWork sounds so much cooler when your title is badass!
  22. lore
    Working Around Poo Is Disgusting and Doesn’t Pay Well, But It Gives You Special PowersThe people who work at New York’s sewage-treatment facility are practically superhuman.
  23. Unemployed? It Might Be Because You Are a Dumb Slob With No MannersHope that doesn’t make you nervous, because that’s bad, too.
  24. 20-person poll
    It’s (Unscientifically) True: New Yorkers Do Work Harder On Friday morning, the federal government released data indicating that the average American workweek in February was 33.7 hours. Obviously, they didn’t ask many New Yorkers. Or did they? On Friday afternoon, we surveyed twenty locals about the length of their workweeks and found that not everyone works harder than the national average — just most people. Seven people worked fewer hours (a babysitter, a medical secretary, and a school psychologist among them), and thirteen worked harder, including a high-school teacher, a home health aide, and a newsstand operator. All of the respondents thought their fellow New Yorkers worked longer hours than the national average, even if they themselves did not. On the low end, a student-model worked fifteen hours a week. The newsstand operator clocked the most weekly hours, with 72. So what did these people have to say about their jobs?