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14 Jan 2020
In a tight job market, South Korea's top firms are rolling out artificial intelligence in hiring. That's got job seekers turning to cram schools to learn how to beat the bots.
17 Dec 2019
On Monday, December 9, Toke Makinwa and Yomi Black had a go at each other after the latter reshared a post from Soji Ogunnaike questioning the source of the former source of wealth.
29 Nov 2019
They're key actors in the world of fashion – but rarely seen or heard. It’s the job of press officers to come up with innovative communications strategies to get the media to relay their brand's messaging. And then there's the small matter of getting customers to believe the brand is worth those hefty price tags. It’s complicated work that requires diplomacy, a way with words and audacity.
23 Nov 2019
New details have emerged about Tesla's plans for a brand-new "Gigafactory" outside of Berlin. The massive project is set to bring thousands of jobs to the area, with construction slated to begin in early 2020.
23 Nov 2019
While many countries have already harnessed demographic dividend, Nigeria, among other Africa countries, still lag behind, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), has said.UNFPA disclosed that the population of the world has doubled in the last 43 years, moving from 3.6 billion in 1969 to 7.7 billion in 2019.
8 Sep 2019
'There is no evidence that migrants steal jobs'
10 Aug 2019
A report showing healthy U.S. job gains failed to deter bond traders from betting on a half-point of additional Federal Reserve rate cuts in 2019 as escalating U.S.-China trade tensions held the market’s focus. Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro sat down with TD’s Priya Misra, JPMorgan’s Oksana Aronov and Robert Tipp of PGIM Fixed Income to discuss whether the escalating trade war would force the Federal Reserve into a September rate hike.
10 Jul 2019
Nigeria, Netherlands sign agreement on job creation.
30 Jun 2019
First job interview and nothing to wear? SUIT UP, recommends DWs Gerhard Elfers in his latest business column. But don't let mommy choose your style!
28 Jun 2019
The German chemical giant has said it will cut 6,000 jobs by 2021 to "streamline" its administration. BASF has said it expects to save $300 million annually with the move. Half the job cuts will happen in Germany.
28 Jun 2019
The US car manufacturer said the move would pave the way for it to become profitable again as it focuses more on electric vehicles. It also confirmed that it would sell plants in five countries across Europe.
9 Jun 2019
U.S. nonfarm payrolls fell short of expectations with an increase of 75,000 in May, while average hour earnings also missed projections. Bloomberg's Michael McKee breaks down the numbers on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

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