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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...
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From Discord and eToro to Stripe, these are some of the most anticipated IPOs in 2022

With investor appetite looking set to continue and high valuations, there are several companies that could be ready to go public in 2022.SOPA Images/Getty Images 2021 was a record-breaking year for IPOs, according to EY. In 2022, more companies are expected to follow suit and capitalize on investor appetite. Some of the big names include Discord, Stripe, eToro, and Klarna. The number of companies going public has skyrocketed over the last two years. This has been largely due to low interest r...
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How Tesla, Nio, Xpeng, and Li Auto dodged the chip crisis, hit record car deliveries, and boosted their share prices

The figures are impressive, especially when viewed in the context of the chip shortages.Associated Press Tesla and its Chinese competitors have had their best year in terms of sales. Experts believe that the trend will continue in 2022. Elon Musk’s company could see a 67% increase in units delivered. Tesla and its Chinese rivals have been incredibly successful in recent years, thanks to the success of electric cars and the push for sustainability.Many experts have warned of a bubble in the ma...
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Elon Musk says all children must be aware of these 50 cognitive biases, and to avoid them

Musk shared this view on Twitter, garnering over 64,000 retweets and 315,000 likes.Theo Wargo/Getty Images for TIME Elon Musk listed the 50 cognitive biases he thinks all children should be aware of. The biases are described in an infographic that was first published by TitleMax. The list is designed to help you make better decisions. Cognitive biases are shortcuts your mind uses when you need to make a decision quickly. They can cause you to act against your best interests or the most logica...
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A neuroscientist revealed 3 habits to improve your memory, and 1 that can damage it

"Being too task-focused can harm our memory and creativity," Jha warned.Greg Bajor/Getty Images Memory doesn't always work as we'd like it to. We remember much less than we think and, above all, less than we'd like. Neuroscientist Amishi Jha explained the keys to remembering something successfully. Memory doesn't always work the way you want it to — you remember less than you think and, often, less than you'd like. "What we think is a memory problem is often actually an at...
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You could soon fly to work in a $92,000 flying car that can reach 63 miles per hour

The company's first flying car, Jetson One, is already on sale.Jetson/Youtube Jetson One is a $92,000 flying car. It can reach a top speed of 63mph and can run for 20 minutes. You can purchase the car anywhere in the world. If you've always dreamed of flying to work, that dream may very soon be a reality. If you have $92,000, that is.Companies are always looking for new market niches, and flying cars are quickly becoming the next big thing. There are plans for cars that both fly and w...
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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...
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An HR expert says these are the 4 best responses if an interviewer asks, 'Why should we hire you?'

The key is to use concrete examples that show you love working in the industry.Peter Cade/Getty Images It can be hard to explain to a recruiter why they should hire you. HR expert Liz Ryan gave Forbes four ways you can offer a compelling answer to this question. Avoid being arrogant and use concrete examples that show your skills and dedication. Often, one of the simplest questions in an interview can be the hardest to answer.For example, many struggle to answer the question "why should we hi...
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A Nobel Prize winner's simple technique for learning anything quickly and effectively

Feynman believed it was easier to learn and retain information when it was simpler.Hinterhaus Productions/Getty Images The Feynman technique can be used to learn anything. It was devised by the Nobel laureate Richard Feynman. The idea is that when you can teach something in the simplest way possible, you will master it. The physicist Richard Feynman believed that simplicity was the key to learning.Feynman worked on the Manhattan Project when he was only 20 years old.He went on to win the Nobe...
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There are 6 golden rules to get rich whatever your salary, according to a millionaire

In his book, Geldrichtig, Müller explains that anyone can be a millionaire if they learn to think like a rich person.Gary John Norman/Getty Images Part of becoming a millionaire and achieving financial freedom involves having the right mentality. Millionaire and best-selling author Phillip J. Müller said the key is conscious consumption. You have to stop thinking that rich people are like the ones on TV and to start saving. The only thing holding you back from being a millionaire is your own ...
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The 7 keys to become a successful influencer in 2022, according to an influencer agent

At a certain number of followers, you need to start taking it more seriously.Monica Schipper/Getty Images for boohoo If you want to become an influencer, it can be intimidating to see the amount of competition around. An influencer agent has written a book that offers tips on how you can do it. He's worked with over 5,000 content creators across YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok. Becoming an influencer can be a truly fruitful career path. But there's extreme competition and it can be dif...
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Your 'good work ethic' may be making it harder for you to get a promotion at work

The key is to give frequent updates to your managers about your progress.Maskot/Getty Images Working hard isn't always enough to get a promotion or a pay raise. Employers expect this from every employee regardless. To stand out, you need to know how to communicate your achievements to others. To get a raise or a promotion, you usually have to do more than just what's in your job description.Writer Kate Lister explained that this is something everyone is forced to realize at some point...
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A woman used a 'limiting strategy' to save 90% of her salary, then bought 2 apartments in 9 years

She also only uses public transport, which she tries to pay for with free online coupons.Thana Prasongsin/Getty Images Wang Shenai, 32, saved 90% of her salary and purchased two properties in the last 9 years. She and her husband wear donated clothes. They avoid any socializing that involves spending. Her story went viral, but she hasn't encouraged anyone to follow her example. Wang Shenai is 32 years old, and in the last nine years, she's saved almost all of her salary and purchased ...
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Steve Jobs had 3 golden rules to make meetings truly effective

Meetings often end up being unproductive when there are too many people present.Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Meetings can be useful, but many are just a waste of time and resources. Steve Jobs devised three ways to make his meetings more efficient. Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and Sheryl Sandberg have all adopted Jobs' method. Meetings can be a good way of getting a project moving or coming up with creative ideas. However, they're often not done in an effective way and can waste a lot of ti...
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Openness to experiences is a key trait that sets 'gifted people' apart from others

At a young age, gifted people often suffer from "asynchronous development."MoMo Productions/Getty Images Gifted people have a greater interest in new experiences and keeping an open mind. Being more open-minded helps gifted people to draw on their experiences. A study suggested it helps boost creativity, lateral thinking, and processing complex situations. There are many different types of intelligence that could set someone apart as "gifted."Whether it's an advanced numerical ability, th...
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Researchers are building a black box in Tasmania to prevent the 'crash' of civilization

It will be protected by a layer of steel almost three inches thick.Earth's Black Box A black box will be fully installed on the west coast of Tasmania in 2022. It will be connected to the internet and able to record climate information. The data recorded will include land and sea temperatures, CO2 levels, and energy consumption. The future of humanity is increasingly uncertain. The environment is under incredible pressure, and it paints a dark picture for future generations. Global warmin...
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A 10-year-old girl already owns 2 companies, and could retire at 15 as a multimillionaire

Pixie already has another business.pixiespix.com Pixie Curtis may become the youngest person in the world to retire. She's the creator of Pixie's Fidgets, a toy company, and Pixie's Bows, a hair accessory company. Pixie’s Fidgets made over $140,000 in its first month, according to news.com.au. Despite still being in elementary school, an Australian girl is on her way to retiring as a millionaire at the tender age of 15.10-year-old Pixie Curtis set up a toy company that's alrea...
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TikTok is testing its own 'retweet' function, but it's very different to Twitter's

The videos you share will also only appear to your mutual followers, those people who follow you back.SOPA Images / Getty Images TikTok is testing a new button that allows users to share content with followers. You'll no longer have to send videos one by one. Content creators will be prevented from abusing the function, according to TechCrunch. TikTok is testing a new feature similar to Twitter's retweet.The function allows users to share content with followers without having to send ...
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A new robotic hand is so precise, it can hold an egg without cracking it just like a human

The team claims that the hand is able to pour drinks, hold an egg without breaking it, and crush cans.Zac Macaulay/Getty Images South Korean researchers have made a robotic hand with a similar range of motion to that of a human. It can perform delicate tasks like using tweezers and scissors or holding an egg. It could be used as an advanced prosthetic or with robots that use AI. Innovators at South Korea's Ajou University have created a robotic hand that is capable of holding fragile obje...
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A Chinese orbiter captured stunning shots of Mars, showing one of a polar ice cap and a 'selfie'

The Tainwen-1 was launched in July 2020 from the Wenchang Space Launch Center in China.CNSA/cnsa.gov.cn China has captured spectacular images with its Tianwen-1 orbiter. It has been orbiting Mars since February 2021. The photo subjects include a Martian polar ice cap and a "selfie" of the Tianwen-1 orbiter. The China National Space Administration (CNSA) has published a set of four images taken on its Tianwen-1 mission.The images include a photo of the mission's orbiter, a photo of an ice ...
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A 10-year-old girl who owns 2 companies may be on track to retire at 15 as a multimillionaire

Pixie already has another business.pixiespix.com Pixie Curtis may become the youngest person in the world to retire. She's the creator of Pixie's Fidgets, a toy company, and Pixie's Bows, a hair accessory company. Pixie’s Fidgets made over $140,000 in its first month, according to news.com.au. Despite still being in elementary school, an Australian girl is on her way to retiring as a millionaire at the tender age of 15.10-year-old Pixie Curtis set up a toy company that's alrea...
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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...
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A function on Elon Musk's Starlink satellite dishes is causing them to attract too many cats

It seems cats aren't the only animals that are attracted to the dishes.Getty Images/David Schnell Starlink satellites need satellite dishes on Earth to send internet signals. These dishes emit heat, which has started to attract cats. The issue appears to be caused by a Snow Melt Mode, according to Tesmanian. Elon Musk's satellite internet company, Starlink, is experiencing problems with some of its dishes on the ground — they've started to attract cats.To send signals from its sat...
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Bill Gates says shaking up routine is the key to preventing burnout at work

Setting yourself challenges can work wonders when trying to avoid burnout at work.Leon Neal/Getty Images Burnout syndrome is recognized by the WHO, and symptoms can be caused by workplace stress. Bill Gates was confident from a young age that he wouldn't suffer from it. Here are the warning signs of burnout and tips to avoid it from happening. Staff in any profession are at risk of suffering from problems like fatigue, stress, depression, and anxiety.Symptoms like these can be caused by ...
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MIT made the longest flexible fiber battery to date, and it can be woven, washed, and resist fire

This submarine drone is powered by a 20-meter-long fiber battery that is wrapped on its surface.MIT/Courtesy of the researchers A team of MIT engineers created the world's longest flexible fiber battery. It can stretch to over half a mile long and it's rechargeable and fire-resistant. It can also be woven and washed, meaning it could power fiber-based sensors or electrical devices. Modern batteries will need to overcome countless obstacles in order to power new technologies like flexi...
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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 humanoid robot designed to fly like Iron Man has been built to help in natural disasters

The robot will have systems in its palms that allow it to control power and direction, like Marvel superhero Iron Man.Getty Images/Eduardo Parra Italian researchers are adding propulsion engines to a small humanoid robot. The engines will allow the robot to fly like Iron Man. The iCub, as the robot is called, could help in natural disasters. A team of scientists at the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia has been attempting to fix a propulsion backpack to a small humanoid robot called iCub.The ro...
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Researchers are using ostrich eggs to develop masks that glow around the coronavirus

The team has been using antibodies from ostrich eggs injected with inactive coronavirus.Getty Images / diephosi Researchers in Japan are working on masks that glow if they detect the coronavirus. The masks glow under ultraviolet light if they come into contact with the virus. The team has been using ostrich eggs to work on developing the masks. Researchers are constantly looking for new ways to detect the coronavirus. In addition to PCR and antigen testing, teams across the globe have worked ...
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The 7 keys to nailing an interview for an internship, according to recruitment experts

Search for the company's dress code so you can dress appropriately.Getty Images/sturti One key to successfully nailing an internship application is to study the company inside out. Another is to pay close attention to what you're wearing when you interview for the role. Always be prepared to speak about the things that aren't on your resume. Your first stint of work experience is extremely important.It may lead to a full-time role and it can offer you an idea of what daily life is...
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HR expert Liz Ryan has 4 tricks to nail your response when asked, 'Why should we hire you?'

The key is to use concrete examples that show you love working in the industry.Peter Cade/Getty Images It can be hard to explain to a recruiter why they should hire you. HR expert Liz Ryan gave Forbes four ways you can offer a compelling answer to this question. Avoid being arrogant and use concrete examples that show your skills and dedication. Often, one of the simplest questions in an interview can be the hardest to answer.For example, many struggle to answer the question "why should we hi...
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