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Jobs in these 10 industries will grow most in demand in 2022, from 'behavioral health' to cybersecurity

Knowing who's hiring may help save you a lot of time and effort.panida wijitpanya/Getty Images If you're looking for a job in 2022, it's worth knowing which roles will have the most vacancies. AI, cybersecurity, and renewable energy will be some of the biggest recruiting industries. If you want to find work in 2022, it's important to know which jobs will be most in demand.  Whether you're entering the job market for the first time, or you're looking to make a career ch...
Tags: UK, Ipo, US, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Linkedin, Bloomberg, Nordic, BI International, Tech Insider, UiPath, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Tech Contributors


Low pay isn't causing people to quit their jobs — toxic workplace culture is

Steve Pfost/Newsday RM via Getty Images Compensation isn't the biggest factor in an employee deciding to quit, a new analysis found. Toxic workplace culture is 10.4 times more likely to contribute to an employee leaving. Retail workers are the most likely to quit, but firms like SpaceX have also had a high quit-rate. Workers are quitting their jobs in record numbers. But what's nudging them out the door isn't low pay — it's toxic workplace culture. That's according to a ne...
Tags: Spacex, Careers, Trends, Bloomberg, Netflix, Mckinsey, Employee Retention, McKinsey Company, MIT Sloan Management Review, Ella Cerón, Donald Sull, Avery Hartmans, Bloomberg Global, Sull, Aine Cain, Toxic Workplace


Wie regelmäßiges Meditieren mein Sexleben verbesserte

Unsere stressige, dysfunktionale, vielbeschäftigte Welt macht gerade eine Veränderung durch. Immer mehr Leute nehmen sich eine Verschnaufpause und schalten bewusst ab. Kein Wunder, dass Meditation und Achtsamkeitstechniken immer erfolgreicher werden und inzwischen fester Bestandteil vieler Leben sind. Meditations-Apps wie Headspace machen Achtsamkeit immer mehr zum Teil des Mainstreams, während Yoga – die ultimative Meditationsübung – inzwischen auch am Arbeitsplatz und im Klassenraum an...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Boston, San Francisco, Bloomberg, Vagina, Catherine, Wie, Tantra, Rolle, Kopf, Frau, Immer, Eine, Mattocks, Posen


World's largest condom maker says condom sales slumped precipitously during the pandemic

World's largest condom maker Karex said demand was down in the last two years amid the COVID-19 pandemic.Saeed Khan/AFP/Getty Images Karex, the world's largest condom-maker, said condom sales slumped over the last two years. The Malaysian company itself had assumed at the start of the pandemic that demand would surge. The company blamed hotel closures and the scaling down of government distribution programs for lagging sales. Condom sales declined precipitously during the pandemic, ac...
Tags: News, Sex, Nikkei, Trends, Bloomberg, Companies, Malaysia, NHS, United Kingdom, National Health Service, Durex, Rubber, Condoms, Bursa Malaysia, Goh, Saeed Khan


World's largest condom maker says condom sales precipitously slumped during the pandemic

World's largest condom maker Karex said demand was down in the last two years amid the COVID-19 pandemic.Saeed Khan/AFP/Getty Images Karex, the world's largest condom-maker, said condom sales slumped over the last two years. The Malaysian company itself had assumed at the start of the pandemic that demand would surge. The company blamed hotel closures and the scaling down of government distribution programs for lagging sales. Condom sales declined precipitously during the pandemic, ac...
Tags: News, Sex, Nikkei, Trends, Bloomberg, Companies, Malaysia, NHS, United Kingdom, National Health Service, Durex, Rubber, Condoms, Bursa Malaysia, Goh, Saeed Khan


Tim Cook took the helm at Apple over 10 years ago. Here's how he got his start and built Apple into the first US company to hit $3 trillion.

Cook has been with Apple since 1998 and became the CEO of Apple in 2011 following Steve Jobs.Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Tim Cook took the CEO job at Apple in August 2011 — many wondered if he could fill the shoes left by his friend, colleague, and mentor, Steve Jobs. But Cook has made major strides at Apple, including overseeing the launch of AirPods, the Apple Watch, and Apple Music. He's also guided Apple toward becoming one of the world's most valuable companies — these days, its...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, New York, Cook, Jobs, Microsoft, Steve Jobs, Life, Stanford, US, Alabama, Trends, Tech, Bloomberg, Features, Bill Gates


Mark Zuckerberg's net worth has grown over $25 billion in the last year alone. Here's how the 37-year-old Facebook founder makes and spends his $129 billion fortune.

Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg.AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta Mark Zuckerberg has had a challenging few years between grappling with coronavirus misinformation on Facebook and suspending the sitting president of the United States from his platform. At the same time, Zuckerberg's fortune has surpassed $100 billion, making him one of 10 centi-billionaires on the planet.  Zuckerberg mostly keeps a low profile, but does splurge on real estate. He and his wife, Priscilla Chan, also invest in...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, New York, Congress, Life, Ipo, Careers, San Francisco, Trends, Bloomberg, Features, Palo Alto, Harvard, United States, Hawaii, Mission District


Major US tech firms keep pushing back their return-to-office deadlines. Maybe it's time to admit defeat.

TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP via Getty Images Google, Lyft, and Meta have all pushed their mandatory office return in the last two weeks. This has happened before, and it's a sign that setting a hard deadline isn't working logistically. Plus, requiring workers to come back to the office has many of them frustrated and mystified. When it comes to a mandatory return to the office, it may be time for employers to admit defeat. In the last two weeks alone, some of the biggest tech companies in th...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Lyft, US, Careers, Trends, Bloomberg, Analysis, Middle East, Tim Cook, Silicon Valley, Meta, Zillow, Cnbc


Arianna Huffington said companies should conduct entry interviews to retain staff — and the first question should explore their interests outside of work

Arianna Huffington spoke to Bloomberg on Wednesday.Andrew Burton/Getty Images Amid the Great Resignation, companies should conduct "entry interviews," said Arianna Huffington.  She told Bloomberg that "what's important to you outside of work?" should be the first question.  Doing so will help people feel like they can bring their whole selves to work, she said.  , the influential founder of Huffington Post, has a suggestion for companies struggling to retain workers: find out what matter...
Tags: Interview, Arianna Huffington, Careers, Trends, Walmart, Bloomberg, Economy, Recruitment, Accenture, Huffington Post, Emily Chang, Huffington, Andrew Burton Getty, Stephen Jones, Thrive Global, Labor Shortage


Don’t Be a Victim of the Great Resignation

By now, you’ve likely heard the term “the great resignation.” Anthony Klotz, a professor at Texas A&M University, coined the term in a May Bloomberg article to refer to the great numbers of workers expected to exit the workforce after the pandemic. Klotz does his own research, but a recent Microsoft study, the 2021 Work Trend Index, mirrored his findings. Microsoft surveyed more than 30,000 people in 31 countries and analyzed trillions of productivity and labor signals across LinkedIn and Micros...
Tags: Microsoft, Stanford, Careers, Linkedin, Management, Bloomberg, Current Affairs, Stanford University, Best Practices, Mckinsey, Texas A M University, HR Issues, Life in the 21st Century, Future Trends, Klotz, Anthony Klotz


The CEO of Glassdoor and Indeed's parent company says hiring via resumes is outdated for many industries — and that the labor shortage is a great chance to replace them

A hiring sign is posted i front of a Target store on February 05, 2021 in San Rafael, California.Justin Sullivan/Getty Images The CEO of Recruit, the owner of Glassdoor and Indeed, said hiring via resumes is outdated for many industries. Hisayuki Idekoba said practical assessments would work better for many industries. The labor shortage was a chance for companies to change how they hire workers, he said. Resumes are outdated and should be replaced in many industries, the CEO of the world'...
Tags: News, US, Careers, Trends, Bloomberg, Economy, Recruitment, Indeed, Glassdoor, Resumes, Recruit, Stephen Jones, Justin Sullivan Getty, San Rafael California, Harvard Business School, Ghosting


Elon Musk just lost $50 billion in 2 days, but he's still the world's richest person. Here's how the Tesla and SpaceX CEO makes and spends his $288 billion fortune.

Patrick Pleul/picture alliance via Getty Images Elon Musk just lost $50 billion in just two days, but he's still the richest person in the world. A notorious workaholic, Musk doesn't spend his money on lavish vacations or expensive hobbies. Here's how Musk makes and spends his $288 billion fortune. Decades before becoming a father of six and amassing an $288 billion fortune, Musk taught himself to code as a child growing up in South Africa. By the time he was 12, he sold ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Spacex, Elon Musk, New York, California, Washington, Ebay, Life, Stanford, Careers, Entrepreneur, Trends, Strategy, Tesla, Bloomberg


It's not just Jack Ma. More and more Chinese tech founders and CEOs are retreating from the spotlight.

Bytedance founder Zhang Yiming. VCG/VCG via Getty Images TikTok-owner Bytedance's founder Zhang Yiming has stepped down from the board, per Bloomberg. He's the most recent executive to pull back as China cracks down on the tech industry. Other tech founders have made similar moves as the communist party strengthens its grip. Jack Ma famously disappeared from the limelight after his Ant Group's planned IPO imploded- and he's not the only tech exec to do so in the past year.B...
Tags: News, China, Ipo, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Tech, Bloomberg, Alibaba, Jack Ma, Cnbc, Reuters, Ma, Tech Insider, VCG VCG


The 16 biggest scandals Mark Zuckerberg faced over the last decade as he became one of the world's most powerful people

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in April 2019. Niall Carson/PA Images via Getty Images Mark Zuckerberg saw Facebook through a financially successful decade. But despite that success, the decade was increasingly marked by scandals and congressional hearings. Zuckerberg and his company, now renamed Meta, face major scrutiny from the public and lawmakers. Facebook CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg spent the decade overseeing Facebook's rise in prominence in daily life. From the company'...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, UK, News, Instagram, Privacy, Congress, Washington Post, Washington, Senate, China, US, Careers, Trends, Strategy


Google CEO says companies that fail to go carbon-free will lose the talent war

Google CEO Sundar Pichai. Beck Diefenbach/Reuters Google wants to be the first Big Tech giant to run entirely on clean energy sources 24 hours a day. But going carbon-free isn't just about climate change, CEO Sundar Pichai told Bloomberg - it benefits recruiting too. He said Gen Z won't want "to work for a company which they feel is polluting." Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the tech giant's ambitious goal to eliminate carbon and shift to 100% renewable energy sources is about m...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Science, News, Microsoft, Climate Change, Careers, Trends, Sustainability, Bloomberg, Renewables, Sundar Pichai, Pichai, Big Tech, Tech Insider


New airline ITA has officially taken over for Alitalia - see the full history of Italy's troubled flag carrier

ITA Airways Chairman Alfredo Altavilla poses with rendering of new livery ITA Press Office/Handout via REUTERS Government-owned Alitalia ceased operations on October 15, marking the end of its 74-year era. Alitalia has been replaced by ITA Airways, a brand new airline that will not be responsible for the old carrier's debt. ITA plans to buy 28 Airbus jets, create a new aircraft livery, and launch a new loyalty program. Alitalia has officially ceased operations and handed the baton to n...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Asia, Europe, UK, New York, Milan, News, Air Travel, Life, Germany, Berlin, Planes, Trends, Eu, Bloomberg


A company in Iceland's official '4-day work week' trial had to increase its hours again after initially cutting them too much

Reykjavik, Iceland NurPhoto / Contributor Getty Images A company in Iceland's four-day work week trial initially cut hours too much, a manager told Bloomberg. Social workers at the company were reluctant to increase their hours back when asked, per the report. But the trial was overall positive and left workers more satisfied, Sólveig Reynisdóttir said. A manager who took part in Iceland's "four-day work week" trial said her company had to increase workers' hours after initial...
Tags: Japan, News, Scotland, US, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Spain, Bloomberg, New Zealand, Iceland, Stephen Jones, Stephensen, Mark Takano, Bloomberg Social, 4-day Week


Fast-food chain Raising Cane's is sending corporate staff to work as fry cooks, cashiers, and recruiters in its restaurants amid an expansion drive and the labor shortage: report

A Raising Cane's restaurant. Hollis Johnson Corporate staff at Raising Cane's will work as fry cooks and cashiers amid the labor shortage. They will start going into restaurants this week, where they will also recruit extra staff, per Bloomberg. About half of the 500-restaurant chain's corporate staff will go into restaurants, Bloomberg reported. See more stories on Insider's business page. A fast-food chain is asking corporate staff to fry chicken and serve customers in ...
Tags: News, US, Careers, Trends, Bloomberg, Economy, Restaurant, Fast Food, Retail, Stephen Jones, Baton Rouge Louisiana, Bloomberg About, Labour Shortage, Raising Cane's, Hollis Johnson Corporate, AJ Kumaran


The fast-food chain Raising Cane's is sending corporate staff to work as fry cooks, cashiers, and recruiters in its restaurants amid an expansion drive and the labor shortage: report

A Raising Cane's restaurant. Hollis Johnson Corporate staff at Raising Cane's will work as fry cooks and cashiers amid the labor shortage. They will start going into restaurants this week, where they will also recruit staff, per Bloomberg. About half of the 500-restaurant chain's corporate staff will go into locations, Bloomberg reported. See more stories on Insider's business page. A fast-food chain is asking corporate staff to fry chicken and serve customers in its rest...
Tags: News, US, Careers, Trends, Bloomberg, Economy, Restaurant, Fast Food, Retail, Stephen Jones, Baton Rouge Louisiana, Bloomberg About, Labour Shortage, Raising Cane's, Hollis Johnson Corporate, AJ Kumaran


Wells Fargo's Mike Mayo expects automation to kill off 100,000 banking jobs: 'It's really a swap to bots from bankers'

100,000 banking jobs could be lost over the next 5 years, say Wells Fargo. Spencer Platt/Getty Images 100,000 banking jobs could be lost to automation, a Wells Fargo report said. MD Mike Mayo told Bloomberg that "it's really a swap to bots from bankers." Back office and low-paying roles are more likely to be affected, the report said, per Bloomberg. See more stories on Insider's business page. Wells Fargo predicts automation could cut as many as a 100,000 banking jobs over the next...
Tags: News, Finance, Careers, Trends, Bloomberg, Banking, Automation, Job losses, Emily Chang, Wells Fargo, Mayo, Stephen Jones, Bloomberg TV, Mike Mayo, Wells Fargo Spencer Platt Getty Images, Mike Mayo Wells Fargo


Billionaire Bill Gross and his millionaire neighbor are back in court amid a months-long feud over an expensive sculpture and the 'Gilligan's Island' theme song

Amy and Bill Gross. PATRICK T. FALLON / Contributor / Getty Images Billionaire investor Bill Gross is back in court this week over a spat with his neighbor. The neighbor claims Gross and his wife, Amy, violated a court order regarding playing loud music. The conflict stems from a $1 million glass sculpture on Gross's property. See more stories on Insider's business page. Billionaire bond investor Bill Gross and his wife, Amy, are back in court this week over an ongoing spat with ...
Tags: News, Law, Gross, California, Life, Finance, Trends, Bloomberg, Billionaires, Pimco, Bill Gross, Times, Los Angeles Times, Billionaire, Amy, Schwartz


A chef who offers health benefits, paid vacation, and a 401(k) plan raised base pay to $18 to $24 per hour and said he's not struggling to hire workers

Irene Jiang/Business Insider The restaurant industry is facing a staffing crisis, with 75% of operators struggling to hire. Restaurant owners are finding a solution by paying workers more, The New York Times reported. Chef Jason Hammel said adding a higher wage to his benefits package made it easier to find staff. See more stories on Insider's business page. The past two decades have been busy for Chicago chef Jason Hammel, who opened Lula Cafe in 1999 with a four-burner stove and som...
Tags: News, US, Careers, Trends, Bloomberg, Minimum Wage, Chicago, Maine, New York Times, The Times, Retail, The New York Times, Ruby, Matt Murphy, Hammel, Jason Hammel


A chef who offers health benefits, paid vacation, and a 401(k) plan raised base pay to $18 to $24 per hour and says he's not struggling to hire workers

Irene Jiang/Business Insider The restaurant industry is facing a staffing crisis, with 75% of operators struggling to hire. Several restaurant owners are finding a solution by paying workers more, according to the NYT. Chef Jason Hammel said adding a higher wage to his benefits package makes it easier to find staff. See more stories on Insider's business page. The past two decades have been busy for Chicago chef Jason Hammel, who opened Lula Cafe in 1999 with a four-burner stove and s...
Tags: News, US, Careers, Trends, Bloomberg, Minimum Wage, Chicago, Maine, New York Times, Retail, Ruby, Times, Matt Murphy, Hammel, Jason Hammel, American Staffing Association


Alitalia is dying and being reborn as a new airline called ITA - see the full history of Italy's troubled flag carrier

An Alitalia Airbus A330 airplane is pictured at Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport in Rome Reuters Government-owned Alitalia is ceasing operations on October 15 after failing to secure investors, marking the end of its 74-year era. The national carrier will be replaced by Italia Transporto Aereo, a brand new airline independent of Alitalia that will not be responsible for the old carrier's debt to the state. ITA plans to purchase 52 Alitalia aircraft, acquire its slots at Milan Linat...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Asia, Europe, UK, New York, Milan, Air Travel, Life, Germany, Berlin, Planes, Trends, Bloomberg, European Union, Ukraine


Wall Street keeps raising salaries to compete - but the Chinese hedge fund Ubiquant is beating them out for talent by offering $300,000 to entry-level employees

Getty Images Chinese hedge fund Ubiquant is offering $300,000 starting salaries to snag top graduates as the industry's talent pool dwindles. It told Bloomberg that it hired 10 new graduates in 2020, and that its yearly applicants jumped to 300. CEO Wang Chen said that he's offered $1 million salaries to more experienced hires, and gives incentives of up to $1.5 million to top performers. See more stories on Insider's business page. As pay raise fever sweeps Wall Street firms,...
Tags: Finance, Wall Street, China, US, Careers, Trends, Tech, Bloomberg, Beijing, Alibaba, Morgan Stanley, Hedge Funds, Blackrock, Zhejiang, Shaw, Wang Chen


A Yahoo correspondent shares what she's learned from interviewing top execs at companies like Google and Salesforce

Julia La Roche. Brian Ritchie Julia La Roche is a correspondent for Yahoo Finance and an instructor at UNC at Chapel Hill. She's known for her exclusive one-on-ones with the business world's top executives and dealmakers. During a live Q&A with readers of The Profile, she discussed her career and interviewing strategies. See more stories on Insider's business page. Google's Sundar Pichai. Salesforce's Marc Benioff. Starbucks' Kevin Johnson. Blackstone's Stephen ...
Tags: Google, Yahoo, Interview, Careers, America, Trends, Strategy, Bloomberg, Howard Schultz, Starbucks, Kevin Johnson, Interviewing, Journalist, Q&a, Marc Benioff, Nordic


China says a media worker collapsed in the break room and died as a result of the country's brutal '996' work culture - and now the state is promising to clamp down on unpaid overtime

Office workers walk along a street during lunch time in Beijing Nicolas Asfouri/AFP via Getty Images China has produced a document that it says highlights the dangers of some companies' "996" work culture. 996 refers to people working 9 a.m. until 9 p.m., six days a week. The practise has come under fire from workers, some companies, and now the state. See more stories on Insider's business page. China says a media worker collapsed in a company break room and later died from heart ...
Tags: News, China, Careers, Trends, Bloomberg, Beijing, Xi Jinping, Alibaba, Jack Ma, Wellbeing, Afp, Ma, Stephen Jones, Supreme People s Court, Tech Insider, Work Culture


OnlyFans to ban explicit content, JustForFans immediately pledges to remain sex-based

Posed by model (Photo: Shutterstock) Fan subscription site OnlyFans has said that it will be banning sexually explicit content from October 1. The news has surprised many of its creators and subscribers. The London-based OnlyFans, which launched in 2016, is best-known for hosting sexually explicit, often homemade pornography. Subscribers pay a monthly fee to follow their favorite creators, and OnlyFans takes a 20% cut. The site’s popularity grew during the pandemic, and it says it has 130mill...
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OnlyFans bans explicit content

OnlyFans has announced that it will ban sexually explicit content starting in October. The platform was not built specifically for porn but that has grown to be its most popular and visible use case, but pressure from “banking partners and payout providers” means the company will have to leave the adult content world behind and focus solely on SFW material going forward. The news, first reported by Bloomberg, was confirmed by the company in a statement: Effective 1 October, 2021, OnlyFans will p...
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Don't Be a Victim of the Great Resignation

By now, you’ve likely heard the term “the great resignation.” Anthony Klotz, a professor at Texas A&M University, coined the term in a May Bloomberg article to refer to the great numbers of workers expected to exit the workforce after the pandemic. Klotz does his own research, but a recent Microsoft study, the 2021 Work Trend Index, mirrored his findings. Microsoft surveyed more than 30,000 people in 31 countries and analyzed trillions of productivity and labor signals across LinkedIn and Micros...
Tags: Microsoft, Washington Post, Stanford, Careers, Linkedin, Management, Bloomberg, Troubleshooting, Current Affairs, Stanford University, Best Practices, Mckinsey, Don, Labor Department, Texas A M University, HR Issues



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