Everyone always seems to be stressed at work. How does this affect everyday life? What makes a job stressful?via www.creditloan.com
Did you know that on average, a typical American worker wastes around 1.7 hours of work time per day and that employers end up paying $759 billion per year because of this? Hit the jump for more stats on slacking.via www.geeksaresexy.net
Change in American employment after end of recessions.Fears that the recovery of America's economy after the financial crisis would fail to spur an increase in employment are being realised. In July, 52,000 fewer people were employed on non-farm payrolls than in July 2009, the month in which it is estimated the American economy climbed out of recession.via www.economist.com
When it comes to buying an insurance policy, high risk jobs such as acting, working on an oil rig, or being an aircraft pilot will obviously push up the price. What, then, does it mean for astronauts? mentalfloss.com dug deeper and found out a little more about the risks, costs, and benefits to insured astronauts:via www.mentalfloss.com
Chinese living and working abroad have played an enormous role in the country's economic boom. For years, they have sent money back and offered hope to those at home during periods of calamity and chaos.
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This map shows where these chineses are today.via online.wsj.com Interactive map
An interactive map of vanishing employment across the country, updated with the latest figures.via www.slate.com
How did Steve Jobs get started? What about Warren Buffet? Marc Andressen? Sam Walton? Understanding the often humble beginnings for some of the most successful people in the world can shed some insight into the keys to the riches.