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HOW MUCH DOES YOUR FASHION JOB PAY?

Now more than ever, people are reevaluating their professional lives. Amid news that a record number of Americans left their jobs this September, it’s clear that the pandemic ignited a shift in the way people think about work — and some say it’s put more power into the hands of employees, whether that leads to quitting, unionizing or asking for more ... Read More »

​10 TIPS HOW TO USE YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA WHILE BLOGGING

Writing good posts is just a halfway done job for a blogger. Relying on organic traffic is not going to give your blog good visibility while doing SEO is costly. Bloggers need to find the platforms where their posts have more chances to get noticed and go viral. Social media networks work undeniably, especially if you follow these 10 tips. 1. ... Read More »

The 13 Best Education Articles from April: How States Are Planning to Reverse COVID Slide, Innovative Strategies For Building a More Diverse Teacher Workforce & More

Showdowns over reopening schools, racial reckonings playing out in Minnesota and Connecticut, ambitious state proposals to reverse COVID learning loss — these were just a few of the exclusives and storylines that resonated most passionately with our readers in April. And as the national media was focused on the trial of Derek Chauvin, convicted of murdering George Floyd, we also ... Read More »

How To Land A Remote Social Media Manager Role For Travel Brands

Want to work from home or anywhere else in the world, yet at the same time feel that working online is only for those with a massive Instagram following? Keep reading and find out how you can work online and travel the world as a social media manager like Nadine Rohner. A few years ago, Rohner followed her inner voice, ... Read More »

WhatsApp Dark Mode feature: How to enable on your iPhone

After teasing fore more than one year, popular social messaging app WhatsApp finally launched its dark mode feature to iOS and Android users recently. The Facebook-owned messaging app had been working on the dark mode feature for a long time and in that process, it had released a a slew of iOS Test versions for both software operating systems. “This feature is designed in ... Read More »

Trump-Biden fracas shows how social media gets mired in fact-check battles

Republicans and Democrats’ accusations of online deception are posing an increasingly no-win dilemma for the Silicon Valley companies caught in the middle. The latest example is Twitter, which found itself stuck between the campaigns of President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden this week as it tried to enforce a new policy of designating certain misleading content as “manipulated media.” But it’s ... Read More »

Caroline Flack’s death shows how social media has democratised cruelty

 Illustration: Nate Kitch The days after the death of Caroline Flack have seen an admirably sober, reflective mood on the part of politicians and the public. Labour leadership candidates are denouncing press intrusion and calling for regulation of social media, while Downing Street wants social media firms to be more proactive in removing “unacceptable content”. Journalists are contrite over allegations that the tabloids hounded ... Read More »

How will digital natives leverage their technology advantages?

There is a digital gap among users within the technology space split into two groups: digital natives and digital immigrants. Essentially, a digital native is an individual born in the 1980s or later who has grown up surrounded by multiple mediums of technology and experienced the evolution of technology, whereas a digital immigrant is someone born prior to 1980 who ... Read More »

How technology is creating a safer and more environmentally future for mining

Mining has traditionally been a dangerous activity with a heavy environmental cost. But European projects are helping to make it safer and cleaner, by taking existing technologies and applying them to the context of mining. Increasing mine safety The SIMS Project is working on the introduction of drones to mining. “It’s about using drones in the mine and not to ... Read More »

How startups can grow their customer experience with an efficient open source technology

Customer experience is a powerful weapon that can scale a small business or revive a dead one. There is no denying the fact that businesses strive to achieve customer delight by all means. And open source software can help businesses achieve this objective. In order to achieve a superlative customer experience, we have to understand the following pain-points that a ... Read More »