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With Moms Still Stressed Out, Marketers Must Tread Lightly

moms With Moms Still Stressed Out, Marketers Must Tread Lightly by Les Luchter , October 14, 2022   With their stress levels rising post-pandemic, pregnant women and mothers of young children want ads and other content directed at them to showcase real moms (65%), be relatable (63%), be educational and informational (61%), and be uplifting/positive … Continue reading With Moms Still Stressed Out, Marketers Must Tread Lightly

‘There is still work to be done’: 3 experts weigh in on Biden’s student loan forgiveness

August 26, 2022 By Terri Friedline, Dominique Baker, and John W. Diamond President Joe Biden announced a program to provide student debt relief to millions of borrowers of federal loans. The plan would offer up to $10,000 in forgiveness for people who earn less than $125,000 annually—$250,000 for couples—and up to $20,000 for Pell Grant … Continue reading ‘There is still work to be done’: 3 experts weigh in on Biden’s student loan forgiveness

‘We still have a lot to prove’: VC-backed union startup responds to skepticism around its model

  By Clint Rainey August 24, 2022   Jamie Earl White grew up in a rural Texas town near Uvalde where there was a clear resources divide between “the ranching class and the non-ranching class.” As an MIT student, he took careful notes during Occupy Boston and helped lead the “Justice for Janitors” campaign—a lesson … Continue reading ‘We still have a lot to prove’: VC-backed union startup responds to skepticism around its model

Why a 1989 poster is still a fixture in the battle over abortion rights

By John Corso-Esquivel and Lia Rose Newman July 25, 2022 For abortion rights advocates, Barbara Kruger’s iconic feminist image “Untitled (Your body is a battleground)” remains as relevant today as when it was first released in 1989. Following the May 2, 2022, leak of Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Alito’s anti-abortion draft decision, Google searches … Continue reading Why a 1989 poster is still a fixture in the battle over abortion rights

The hot job market is cooling off. Why are new hires still ghosting employers?

  By Jennifer Alsever July 22, 2022   The hot labor market has cooled in recent months amid talk of a recession and layoffs, but those worrisome indicators haven’t put much of a dent in a peculiar pattern that has emerged in recent years for job seekers: the application, the job interview, the job offer, … Continue reading The hot job market is cooling off. Why are new hires still ghosting employers?

Economic Challenges Persist, But Consumers Still Spend

Economic Challenges Persist, But Consumers Still Spend by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, July 15, 2022 Rakuten Advertising in May 2022 surveyed more than 1,000 U.S. consumers who shopped for school-aged children and college students to better understand their shopping plans and incentives for this year’s back-to-school shopping season. “We are in an economically challenged … Continue reading Economic Challenges Persist, But Consumers Still Spend

Are you still using spreadsheets to manage your work? Take our poll

Do manual processes such as inputting data to spreadsheets still play a big role in your working life? Kim Davis on June 24, 2022 Earlier this year, revenue orchestration platform LeanData released a report suggesting that lead management remains a “heavily manual” process. Based on a survey of more than 1,700 sales, marketing and operations … Continue reading Are you still using spreadsheets to manage your work? Take our poll