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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


5 books published in 2021 that MIT says to read if you in order to better understand the world

The list includes essays on investment, remote working, artificial intelligence, and vaccines.Getty Images/Margarita Shchipkova The books cover topics like investing, artificial intelligence, vaccines, and new ways of working. They've been written by experts in their field, like economist Daron Acemoglu. They provide an insight into what has changed in recent years and what the future may hold. MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) has compiled a small list of the top books publishe...
Tags: UK, Finance, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Investing, Mit, Healthcare, Nordic, MIT Media Lab, MIT Massachusetts Institute of Technology, BI International, Daron Acemoglu, Kate Darling, Tech Insider


2 founders are introducing 100 million oysters to New York to help fight flooding

Louisiana is also using the mollusks to prevent the erosion of coastal wetlands.Sandra Stoiber / EyeEm/Getty Images Flooding caused by rising sea levels has increased by 247% in some areas of New York since 2000. The nonprofit Billion Oyster Project aims to restore oyster reefs in New York's five boroughs. They create a surprisingly effective flood defense, helping to build coastal resilience. New York has been experiencing record flooding in recent years as a result of climate change.Dat...
Tags: UK, New York, Science, Life, US, International, Careers, Trends, Bbc, New York Times, Innovation, Louisiana, Nordic, Hudson River, Lower Manhattan, New York Harbor


An engineer dreamed of being Porsche's first female CEO, but built a period product startup with her dad

"Bruno has never played the father card — nor I the daughter card."Nayca.de Carina Hader studied aerospace engineering and dreamed of becoming CEO of Porsche. Due to a personal problem, all this changed and she decided to start her own business. She founded Nayca, which makes a heating pad that helps with period pain, with her father Bruno. At some point in life, Carina Heidi Hader's main aspiration was to be the first woman to become CEO of Porsche. "That was my goal for a very long tim...
Tags: UK, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Porsche, Innovation, Douglas, Nordic, Bruno, BI International, Hader, Tech Insider, Business Insider Deutschland, Tina Müller, BI General Contributors


5 books published in 2021 that MIT says you must read if you want to understand the world better

The list includes essays on investment, remote working, artificial intelligence, and vaccines.Getty Images/Margarita Shchipkova The books cover topics like investing, artificial intelligence, vaccines, and new ways of working. They've been written by experts in their field, like economist Daron Acemoglu. They provide an insight into what has changed in recent years and what the future may hold. MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) has compiled a small list of the top books publishe...
Tags: UK, Finance, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Investing, Mit, Healthcare, Nordic, MIT Media Lab, MIT Massachusetts Institute of Technology, BI International, Daron Acemoglu, Kate Darling, Tech Insider


A biohacker implanted over 50 chips, magnets, and antennae in their body to become 'posthuman'

The roots of transhumanism can be found in cyberpunk literature like Blade Runner.Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images Lepht Anonym is a British, transhumanist biohacker. They implanted a variety of electronic devices into their own body. Their goal is to use technology to go beyond the physical and mental limitations of humankind. A transhumanist has spent the last 14 years implanting over 50 chips, antennae, and magnets into their body to become a cyborg.Lepht Anonym has carried out the...
Tags: UK, Life, International, Trends, Tech, Earth, Cnn, United States, Innovation, William Gibson, Nordic, BI International, Tech Insider, Ribas, Moon Ribas, BI General Contributors


A Reddit user found a 'black hole' on Google maps, and users couldn't figure out what it was

Google often blurs out locations to avoid disclosing their structure.Google Maps Some users enjoy exploring Google Maps to find mysterious images. One redditor found a black island in the middle of the ocean. The image led to theories that said it was a military base or a secret portal. For most people, Google Maps is a useful tool for getting from point A to point B.But for a small group of curious people, it's a source of mysteries. If you look hard enough, you can find strange images t...
Tags: Google, UK, Life, International, Trends, Earth, New Zealand, Reddit, Google Maps, Nordic, Central Pacific, Republic of Kiribati, Tech Insider, Pisonia, BI General Contributors, Tech Contributors


A reddit user found a creepy 'black hole' on Google maps and users couldn't figure out what it was

Google often blurs out some locations to avoid disclosing their location and structure. Google Maps Some users enjoy exploring Google Maps to find mysterious images. One redditor found a strange black island in the middle of the ocean. The image led to hypothesestheories ranging from military bases to secret portals. For most people, Google Maps is a useful tool for getting from A to B.For a small group of curious people, however, it's a source of mysteries. If you look hard enough, yo...
Tags: Google, UK, Life, International, Trends, Earth, New Zealand, Reddit, Google Maps, Nordic, Hollow Earth, Central Pacific, Republic of Kiribati, Tech Insider, Pisonia, BI General Contributors


A Reddit user found a 'black hole' on Google maps, and users couldn't figure out what it was

Google often blurs out locations to avoid disclosing their structure. Google Maps Some users enjoy exploring Google Maps to find mysterious images. One redditor found a black island in the middle of the ocean. The image led to theories that said it was a military base or a secret portal. For most people, Google Maps is a useful tool for getting from point A to point B.But for a small group of curious people, it's a source of mysteries. If you look hard enough, you can find strange imag...
Tags: Google, UK, Life, International, Trends, Earth, New Zealand, Reddit, Google Maps, Nordic, Central Pacific, Republic of Kiribati, Tech Insider, Pisonia, BI General Contributors, Tech Contributors


How you can learn a new language during certain phases of sleep

Participants were given headphones to listen to while asleep. FreshSplash/Getty Images If you're learning a language but are finding it a slow process, there may ways to speed things up. Your brain can establish links between words in two languages while you're asleep. That means sophisticated learning is possible while you're snoozing. See more stories on Insider's business page. While we can't exactly work or cook at the same time as snoozing, our brains are still ver...
Tags: UK, Science, Learning, Sleep, Life, International, Trends, Skills, Nordic, Learning Languages, Tech Insider, Science Contributors, BI General Contributors, Tech Contributors, International Contributors, Qayyah Moynihan


A startup that made 'cow-free' milk and ice-cream will soon launch its own cream cheese

The startup is already seeking regulatory approval in Canada, India, and Europe. Shutterstock Perfect Day, based in California, advocates for animal-free products, free from animal exploitation. They aim to ethically produce milk using a cow's milk gene and reproducing it using a fungus. The firm is already selling ice cream and cheese. At the end of 2021 it plans to sell cream cheese. See more stories on Insider's business page. What if there was an alternative to plant-based mi...
Tags: Energy, Home, Hong Kong, Europe, UK, Design, California, Life, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Tech, Markets, Sustainability, Cnn


Why you can't get tanned by sunbathing through most types of glass

Melanin is a dark pigment in our skin that changes radiation energy into heat. Getty Images / Joel Carillet The reason most standard glass stops you from getting a tan is that UV rays can't penetrate it. UV rays make our skin produce melanin, the dark pigment that protects us from burns. Standard glass in windows is made with lime and soda - it results in a glass that blocks UV rays. See more stories on Insider's business page. For those who sunbathe purely for the glow, it would b...
Tags: UK, Life, International, Trends, Beauty, Skin Care, Tanning, Rapp, Nordic, Tan, Institute of Microstructure Technology, Tech Insider, Beauty Advice, UVB rays, BI General Contributors, Tech Contributors


How it's possible to learn a new language during certain phases of sleep

Participants were given headphones to listen to while asleep. FreshSplash/Getty Images If you're learning a language but are finding it a slow process, there may ways to speed things up. Your brain can establish links between words in two languages while you're asleep. That means sophisticated learning is possible while you're snoozing. See more stories on Insider's business page. While we can't exactly work or cook at the same time as snoozing, our brains are still ver...
Tags: UK, Science, Learning, Sleep, Life, Germany, International, Trends, Nordic, Deutsch, BI International, Learning Languages, Tech Insider, Business Insider Deutschland, Science Contributors, BI General Contributors


How a company managed to produce a 'biochar' fuel from sewage without emitting CO2

Ingelia's co-founder says that, by 2022, the company would be able to replace 220,000 tons of coal with its biochar cylinders. Ingelia Spanish company Ingelia developed an industrial process to produce biocarbon fuel It can be made using sewage. The resulting product burns like coal but the actual production is carbon neutral. See more stories on Insider's business page. The European Commision has pledged that the EU will cut greenhouse gas emissions to 80% below 1990 levels by 205...
Tags: Energy, UK, Science, Climate Change, Life, International, Trends, Sustainability, Eu, Spain, Budapest, Italy, Un, Biofuel, Valencia, Tuscany


15 cities that are home to some of the world's best transport solutions

On average, Singapore's commuters spend 84 minutes commuting on public transport each day. Getty Images / Gavin Hellier Traffic jams, air pollution, and faulty infrastructures can make navigating cities a real struggle. By 2050, 68% of the world will live in urban areas, placing strain on cities' transport systems. Oliver Wyman ranked the top 15 cities based on the quality of their public transport systems. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Urban mobility is f...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Hong Kong, Japan, UK, New York, Science, London, Life, China, Russia, Berlin, Singapore, International, Los Angeles, San Francisco


From edible algae packaging to olive stone bioplastic, here's how 7 startups are fighting plastic pollution

Notpla is also working on algae packaging to replace cardboard boxes, which they're already testing in London with Just Eat. Yuan Yue It's estimated that by 2040, 1.3 billion tons of plastic will flood the Earth's oceans and land. Among the main culprits in plastic garbage are single-use plastics like bottles and wrappers. Here are seven biodegradable, compostable, and edible packaging solutions companies have designed. See more stories on Insider's business page. Single-us...
Tags: Europe, UK, Science, London, Enterprise, Life, International, Trends, Strategy, Investing, Markets, Spain, Catalonia, Earth, United Kingdom, Zaragoza


A startup is making 'real' milk, cheese, and ice-cream without cows

The startup is already seeking regulatory approval in Canada, India, and Europe. Shutterstock Perfect Day, based in California, advocates for dairy-free products, free from animal exploitation. They aim to ethically produce milk using a cow's milk gene and reproducing it using a fungus. The firm is already selling ice cream and cheese. At the end of 2021 it plans to sell cream cheese. See more stories on Insider's business page. What if there was an alternative to plant-based mil...
Tags: Hong Kong, Europe, UK, California, Life, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Markets, Cnn, Nordic, Pandya, Tech Insider, Canada India, Good Food Institute


An 'elastic ice' that can bend like wire could one day be used to detect air pollution

Though the idea of ice bending rather than breaking or cracking seems impossible, scientists have managed it. YouTube / Insider Chinese researchers have developed thin strands of ice that can be bent and curled like wires. The discovery could have many applications, like transmitting light, as is done in fiber optics. The ice is made by cooling water vapor with liquid nitrogen and forming microfibers. See more stories on Insider's business page. Materials science is going through a gol...
Tags: UK, Science, News, Life, International, Trends, New York Times, New Scientist, Gizmodo, Nordic, Tech Insider, BI General Contributors, Tech Contributors, Business Insider España, International Contributors, Qayyah Moynihan


Chinese innovators made an eerie virtual influencer who looks so human, her skin changes with her surroundings

This virtual influencer has a long way to go, but she's already starting to work with brands like Guerlain. Instagram Ayayi is a non-human influencer that looks just like a real person. Her skin texture changes depending on the lighting and surroundings, just as a real person's would. She's already starting to work with brands like Guerlain. See more stories on Insider's business page. For some time now, companies have been creating their own virtual influencers.It is what ...
Tags: UK, Science, Instagram, Life, China, International, Trends, Strategy, Retail, Chanel, Nordic, Tech Insider, BI General Contributors, Tech Contributors, Business Insider España, International Contributors


How Instagram and Facebook are intentionally designed to mimic addictive painkillers

"Painkiller apps" increase the likelihood of addiction. Thomas Trutschel/Getty Images Americans check their phones 262 times a day on average. Much of this time is spent on social media. Several ex-employees of Apple, Google, and Facebook apps are deliberately designed to be addictive. App developer Peter Mezyk says Facebook and Instagram users can become dependent on apps as one would painkillers. See more stories on Insider's business page. Earlier this year, Reviews.org surveyed 1,0...
Tags: Google, Facebook, UK, Science, Instagram, Life, Stanford, Germany, International, Trends, Phone, Smartphones, Addiction, Nordic, Tui, Deutsch


A tiny startup made a vegan, alcohol-free protein beer for muscle growth

The beer is now produced in a family-run private brewery near Kaiserslautern. JoyBräu GmbH / Alex Pohl Two Germans, working with Berlin Technical University made a beer to replace protein shakes. The beverage is vegan, alcohol-free, contains 21 grams of protein, 10 grams of amino acids and more. It has a citrusy flavor, a bitter aftertaste, and is reminiscent of an apple spritzer or cider. See more stories on Insider's business page. The contrary effect drinking beer has on muscle g...
Tags: Facebook, UK, Life, Germany, Singapore, International, Careers, Trends, Beer, Hamburg, Protein Powder, Nordic, Workout, Erik, Kaiserslautern, BI International


How a 'smart foam' could allow prosthetic hands to heal like human skin

The smart foam is artificially innervated. Getty Images AiFoam is a smart foam developed by the National University of Singapore. It allows robotic hands to self-heal and recognize nearby objects with changes in electric fields. The new design is a breakthrough in robotics and prosthetics research towards ever smarter tools. See more stories on Insider's business page. Robots aren't just becoming more graceful, sophisticated, and precise; they're becoming more autonomous, too. ...
Tags: UK, Science, Life, International, Trends, Mit, Darpa, Mars, Nordic, National University Of Singapore, Reuters, DEKA, Tech Insider, Benjamin Tee, BI General Contributors, Tech Contributors


A startup that can 'translate' baby cries is now exploring early detection of autism in newborns

Laguna was looking for a way to know what her baby was telling her so she decided to found Zoundream. Jade Brookbank/Getty Images Founded two years ago, Zoundream specializes in cataloging and translating baby cries. In its first round of funding last October, Zoundream raised just under $1 million. The company now wants to expand into early-stage detection of atypical developments in newborns. See more stories on Insider's business page. We all know children don't come into the w...
Tags: UK, Life, Trends, Strategy, Nordic, Laguna, Europe Asia, Iannone, BI International, Tech Insider, Zahraa Saleh Shutterstock, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Tech Contributors, Business Insider España, Qayyah Moynihan


7 of Elon Musk's most popular tips for boosting productivity in companies

"If following a "company rule" is obviously ridiculous in a particular situation ... then the rule should change." Britta Pedersen-Pool/Getty Images As well as founding PayPal, Hyperloop, and OpenAI, Elon Musk is the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla Motors. He's considered by many to be one of the world's most successful founders. Here are his seven top tips for improving productivity in your team or company. See more stories on Insider's business page. Elon Musk is a physicist, entrepr...
Tags: Spacex, Elon Musk, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Tesla, Tesla Motors, Musk, Nordic, Don, BI International, Tech Insider, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors, Tech Contributors


The European Commission has authorized the consumption of yellow mealworms in the EU

The Tenebrio molitor is commonly referred to as a yellow mealworm. Getty Images / Passakorn_14 The European Commission has now approved the consumption of dried yellow mealworms in the EU. This is the first time an insect has been approved as a "novel food" in the EU. The bugs are high in essential amino acids and can be eaten as a snack or used as a food ingredient. See more stories on Insider's business page. As of Monday, May 3, the European food industry and consumers in all the EU...
Tags: UK, Bugs, Life, International, Trends, Sustainability, Eu, European Union, European Commission, EC, Insects, FAO, Nordic, European Commission EC, BI International, Edible Insects


How an 8-year-old signed a $33,000 contract to play Fortnite on a professional team

Fortnite has 350 million players worldwide. "Fortnite"/Epic Games Aged eight, California native Joseph Deen signed a $33,000 professional contract to play Fortnite. He is one of the youngest pro-gamers in the world, but he can't enter competitions until he's 13. Deen began playing Fortnite aged four and believes playing the piano may have helped him. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. At eight years old, most of us were probably playing with our friends or bei...
Tags: California, International, Careers, Trends, Bbc, Gigi, Video Game, Nordic, Joseph, Deen, Statista, Gallagher, BI International, Tech Insider, Video Game Addiction, Fortnite



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