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    The most mind-crushing boredom I’ve ever experienced was as a student in primary and secondary school. If you’ve been suffering from work-induced boredom, this isn’t your year, due to the soft job market. Boredom at work often sets in when you reach the point where you’re no longer learning.

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  • More US schools are obliging students to take economics or personal finance classes before they go out into the real world full of credit cards, unemployment and mortgages

    Have you needed to use your high school chemistry recently? The St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank, part of the US central bank system, is on the forefront of trying to make economic and personal finance information accessible to the general public, and especially to students.

  • French conservative Francois Fillon says he will press ahead with his presidential bid even if investigators charge him over claims his wife had a fake parliamentary job

    French conservative Francois Fillon said Saturday that he would press ahead with his presidential bid even if investigators charged him over claims his wife had a fake parliamentary job. "The closer we get to the presidential election, the more outrageous it would be to deprive the right and the centre of a candidate," …

  • RANKED: The 10 highest-paying internships in Britain

    20th Century Fox Google’s internships are prestigious — but … Continued The post RANKED: The 10 highest-paying internships in Britain appeared first on Business Insider.

  • In the former, a tradition of full-time working mothers has been eroded to conform with dominant practices in the West. The country’s reunification in 1990 ushered in a period of convergence under which the former East Germany received the West's policies wholesale -- including those on taxes, transfers, and family. New …

  • Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, seen February 5, 2017, was invited to the University of California San Diego

    A California university's decision to have the Dalai Lama speak at this year's commencement ceremony has sparked uproar among Chinese students who see the choice as an affront. The University of California San Diego (UCSD) said it extended the invite to the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader in a bid to promote his message …

  • The Death of the All-American Town The Wall Street Journal

    Charles Murray’s “Coming Apart” (2012) depicted a fractured America in which the very wealthy were hidden away in super ZIP Codes and private jets and the working class had lost faith in the bedrock institutions of marriage, work and community. Brian Alexander’s “Glass House: The 1% Economy and the Shattering of the All-American …

  • NEW YORK (AP) — Columbia University says it's strengthening its procedures after it accidentally sent acceptance notices to 277 prospective students and then recalled them.

  • Here’s the question students should ask to compete against the robots stealing their future jobs

    Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters Automation can cause disruption in the … Continued The post Here’s the question students should ask to compete against the robots stealing their future jobs appeared first on Business Insider.

  • 8 Reasons to Work in Retirement U.S.News & World Report

    Some people work in retirement because they need the money to pay their bills. The majority of working retirees (62 percent) say staying mentally active is a major reason they continue to work, Merrill Lynch found. Most jobs require you to get dressed and commute to the office, and some positions come with additional …

  • After making a fortune in tech startups, French entrepreneur Alexander Mars is using his wealth to transform philanthropy

    Epic Foundation The French entrepreneur turned philanthropist makes … Continued The post After making a fortune in tech startups, French entrepreneur Alexander Mars is using his wealth to transform philanthropy appeared first on Business Insider.

  • Jimmy Fallon reprised his impression of Donald Trump to reenact Trump's strange solo press...

  • 5 Smart Ways to Use Your Home Equity U.S.News & World Report

    Home equity loans allow you to use your home equity to finance other expenses. "The thing I like about home equity is that it can let a person live out their dreams," says Vince Liuzzi, executive vice president and chief banking officer for DNB First. "It's very important to have a committed, disciplined approach to what …

  • Does Anyone Still Want to Work for the Trump Administration?

    President Trump’s choice to replace his fired National Security Adviser has declined the job, citing family and financial obligations that he said would be difficult for him to meet if he assumed the 24/7 responsibilities that go with managing the White House’s Situation Room. Privately, though, retired Vice Admiral Robert …

  • What You Don’t Know About Medicare Could Hurt Your Retirement

    Paying for health care expenses represents the biggest financial worry of American retirees, but it may be an even bigger problem than they think. More than 40 percent of retirees incorrectly believe that Medicare will cover nearly all their health care costs, and most vastly underestimate how much money they’ll actually …

  • In this Feb. 14, 2017, photo, Supreme Court Justice nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch meets with Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del. on Capitol Hill in Washington. An Associated Press review of Gorsuch’s legal record shows he has embraced a bare-bones standard of education for disabled children while often upholding other civil rights complaints against schools. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, file)

    Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch has embraced a bare-bones standard of education for disabled children, but he has often upheld other civil rights complaints against schools, an Associated Press review of his legal record shows.

  • President Donald Trump calls on a reporter during a news conference, Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017, in the East Room of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Thomas Jefferson railed against newspapers as "polluted vehicles" of falsehood and error. Richard Nixon tangled with reporters in the toxic atmosphere of Watergate, considering them the "enemy." Bill Clinton publicly condemned "purveyors of hatred and division" on the public …

  • The CEO of consulting giant Accenture’s North American business talks about innovation, jobs and business under Trump

    accenture Julie Sweet, CEO North America, Accenture Julie … Continued The post The CEO of consulting giant Accenture’s North American business talks about innovation, jobs and business under Trump appeared first on Business Insider.

  • Employers pay bonuses as a reward to employees for their hard work during the year, with many companies using a bonus as an incentive to motivate employees. The Internal Revenue Service considers a bonus as a supplemental wage. According to the IRS, a bonus represents compensation paid outside of an employee's regular …

  • Marc Jacobs presents makeup kit inspired by spring 2017 runway show

    Marc Jacobs Beauty has presented a limited-edition makeup collection, directly inspired by the brand's spring 2017 New York fashion show, held back in September. This very limited edition collection comprises three essentials from Marc Jacobs' permanent collection in shades directly inspired by the label's colorful spring …

  • Chosen from 200 hopefuls who used to live at the Calais "Jungle" camp (pictured), 80 migrants have been selected for a chance to study at the University of Lille

    A lawyer from Sudan, a footballer from Iran, an aeronautical engineer from Eritrea: They are among 80 migrants who have traded France's "Jungle" tent camp for a chance to earn a French degree and a new life. "I hope that one day I'll be able to become an engineer in France, like I was in Sudan... It's not easy, I'm going …

  • PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) — Rutgers University has apologized after turning students away from a career fair for wearing the wrong colored clothing.

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