by: Stefan Molyneux
Workers say they are overwhelmed by information and worn down by technology. However, almost 60 percent of U.S. employees say they would wear technology if it made them more productive. Check out this infographic that highlights our love-hate relationship with tech.
by: Emd Time Events
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by: Ben Bullard
The Bureau of Labor Statistics’ June jobs report reveals a historically low level of participation in the U.S. labor force, with a smaller percentage of Americans seeking work than at any time since 1977.
BLS numbers show that 93,626,000 people had dropped out of the labor force in June, with 157,037,000 participating. That yields a participation rate of 62.6 percent — the lowest it’s been since October 1977, when the rate hit 62.4 percent.
by: Dahr Jamail
I'm graced to live adjacent to Olympic National Park and have it as my backyard sanctuary.
Recently, I hiked up to an alpine lake at 5,000 feet, where my friend John and I pitched camp and settled in to climb a nearby peak. The clear, rarified air wafting through sub-alpine fir expands the soul, not to mention the power of the incredible mountain views.
But the trip, fantastic weather and summit aside, had a bittersweet edge to it.