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The FINANCIAL -- Workers worry about what AI will do to their jobs -- and with good reason. Experts believe AI will replace 800 million jobs over the next 13 years, and 73% of workers in the U.S. say an increased use of AI will eliminate more jobs than it creates. In fact, 23% of U.S. workers tell Gallup they're "very worried" or "somewhat worried" they might lose their own job to new ...

The FINANCIAL -- The children of immigrants typically have smaller families than their parents’ generation, even when their parents’ generation had larger families than the UK norm, according to ...

The FINANCIAL -- Although marketers have historically used Quick Response (QR) codes -- square black and white barcodes -- as marketing tools, survey researchers have often wondered if using QR codes ...

The FINANCIAL -- Senior leaders know that leadership development is crucial. And many admit, sotto voce, that their companies' development opportunities and programs are ...

The FINANCIAL -- Changes wrought by digital technologies and the globalization of markets have come at a breakneck pace in the past decade, forcing businesses to adapt or be swept ...

The FINANCIAL -- In recent years there has been an explosion in new digital survey tools. These tools promise organizational leaders an ability to gain internal feedback from employees in a more ...

The FINANCIAL -- These days it’s not always enough to suggest to friends “Let’s grab some coffee” or “How about a beer?” People often expect far more information before committing: What ...

The FINANCIAL -- Time is everyone’s most valuable resource. You can find ways to get more money and more manpower, but it’s impossible to add hours to a day or reclaim them once they’ve been ...

The FINANCIAL -- Between the fourth quarter of 2017 and the first quarter of 2018, 2.8 million people (16.9% of all unemployed in the fourth quarter of 2017) found a ...

The FINANCIAL -- With the holiday season in full swing and Affluent increasingly searching for unique experiences rather than growing their material possessions, the luxury travel market is booming. ...

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