Soft language in DEI may actually make it more difficult to achieve hard results

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It’s time for data-first diversity, equity, and inclusion

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Stressed and burned out? Quitting your job may not help

The Great Resignation is set to continue, and young and burned out workers will be leading the charge. That’s according to the Deloitte Global 2022 Gen Z and millennial survey. Burnout was cited as one of the top three reasons why young people are leaving their jobs, according to the global survey which found that … Read more

Career Signing Days celebrate students going into skilled trades

Michael Martinez wanted to be an airline pilot. But as he got older, Martinez, now 18, decided to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a professional welder instead. In fact, the senior at Brazoswood High School in Clute, Texas, has already landed a job that will start immediately after graduation. “My dad always wanted … Read more

Global Fund for Women CEO on her biggest lessons

Latanya Mapp Frett, CEO and president of the Global Fund for Women, shares her career-defining lightbulb moment with CNBC’s “My Biggest Lessons.” Latanya Mapp Frett has held top roles at major non-profits like the Global Fund for Women and Planned Parenthood Global, so you would think she has her career all figured out. “It’s easy … Read more

These are the UK’s highest paying companies for entry-level jobs

Economic uncertainty over the past couple of years has been hugely detrimental to young people at the start of their careers, which has made securing a well-paid first job an even bigger priority. Global jobs website Glassdoor found that financial transaction processing company Thought Machine offered the highest pay for an entry-level job, with an … Read more