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Companies are offering free online courses and certifications for skills such as coding, photography, and public speaking.
Psychologists recommend taking these 4 steps to improve your mental health if you recently lost your job and are struggling with depression
If the novel coronavirus has led to you losing your job, try not to despair. A psychologist shares steps for dealing with "unemployment depression."
Nurses attain more formal education and get more advanced medical training than 50 years ago. More men and minorities have joined the industry, too.
Tesla, Apple, and Ford are stepping up to address global shortages of ventilators, hand sanitizer, face masks, and gowns. Here’s a running list ...
Elon Musk, Tim Cook, James Dyson, and other leaders are responding to calls for more healthcare equipment.
If you’re struggling to pay your rent this month, here are 3 email templates to use when you ask your landlord for relief, from a real-estate en...
EasyKnock's CEO said "the worst thing someone can do right now is hide and not be proactive" and the last thing landlords want right now is a vacancy.
NYC sanitation workers have been deemed essential in the coronavirus pandemic. They also have one of the most dangerous jobs in America.
We followed two NYC sanitation workers and found that it's one of the most unsafe jobs in the US because of hazardous waste and dangerous equipment.
New York City officials are urging Gov. Cuomo to approve an $8 billion plan for rental relief — after renters were left out of the federal coron...
The plan would allow tenants to use security deposits in place of April rent payments. Tenants have just five days before a non-payment is a default.
Mental health benefits are becoming America’s most competitive office perk in the age of coronavirus
Employers are adding new mental health resources for workers who are struggling with anxiety and loneliness.
Fortune Magazine released the top 100 companies ranked by employee satisfaction. Check out the top 25 here.
6 tips to make anyone more successful at remote work, from a reporter who’s been doing it for 20 years
You aren't the only one who's struggling with loneliness and distraction while working remotely. Here's how to cope.