Are Ties Really Dead? -WSJ

Are Ties Really Dead?  -WSJ

IN 2019, Christian Conner was pondering buying a membership at Soho House, a social club in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District. The then-28-year-old media consultant showed up for a tour of this playground for the hipster elite in his classic “preppy with a twist” uniform—sport coat, trousers and one of his prized Gucci ties. All was going … Read more

Job Openings Ease Slightly From Record Highs

Job Openings Ease Slightly From Record Highs

Available jobs fell slightly for the second consecutive month in February after touching a record high late last year, a sign employers are able to fill open positions as the pandemic eases. Job openings are easing as the number of new coronavirus cases continues to fall, potentially freeing up more people to rejoin the workforce. … Read more

The Great Resignation Is Beginning to Reverse Course.

The Great Resignation Is Beginning to Reverse Course.

When the pandemic first hit, Celeste Lyons quit her job at a law firm in Connecticut and started to hunker down at home, living off retirement savings and an inheritance from her parents as she tried to avoid getting sick. She wanted to work again eventually, but nearly two years went by before Lyons, 63, … Read more

How the Pandemic Broke Silicon Valley’s Stranglehold on Tech Jobs

How the Pandemic Broke Silicon Valley's Stranglehold on Tech Jobs

Silicon Valley, making way for Silicon USA In a feedback loop that could transform the economic geography of the US, millions of Americans are moving, and companies are following them—tech companies in particular. In turn, this migration of companies and investment is attracting more workers to places that in the past usually lost talent wars. … Read more