How Will Company Dress Codes Change In The Future?

If you were in the workforce more than a decade ago, you’ve probably already noticed a dramatic shift in the way companies are setting their dress codes. Skirts, slacks, and suits are being replaced by hoodies, flip-flops, and people riding …

The Incredible Future of Job Interviews

Hold onto your blasters, ladies and gentlemen — the days of old-school, in-person interviews are about to be squarely in the rear-view of our Millennial Falcons.

[Not] a long time ago… in a galaxy [not so] far, far away… businesses …

Are Your Professional Skills Future-Proof?

Are you confident that your professional abilities are strong enough to carry you to a successful future, or are your feeble skills no match for the power of the unemployment office?

The most valuable skills in the workforce have obviously …

Future Work/Life Balance: Anywhere, Anytime

If you feel like you’re already working around the clock, but your boss is still “most displeased with your apparent lack of progress,” you may be dreaming of the days when automation takes over the workforce, robots do all the …

Steve Jobs Predicted the Future of Work

You'd be hard pressed to find someone who would deny that Steve Jobs changed the world. Having both Michael Fassbender and Ashton Kutcher star in varying versions of your biopic isn't necessarily the qualifying factor, but it's nothing to blink at. And while he wasn't the man behind the code, a recent Business Insider article reminds us that he was something of a Nostradamus when it came to the future of the American workforce.

Are Middle Class Jobs Dead?

The American workforce spent the better part of the 20th century making a major shift. At the beginning, 50 percent of the workforce worked in agriculture. Now, the same jobs only account for 10 percent of the workforce. A similar shift is happening with jobs in industries like manufacturing and information processing.