The cycle of how we find, keep, and lose jobs is increasingly affected by algorithms. Here are some of the data-mining companies aiming to take the “human” out of “human resources.”
Five hundred years from now, says venture capitalist Steve Jurvetson, less than 10 percent of people on the planet will be doing paid work. And next year?
Industry guide: resources and upcoming events.
New technologies give employers access to a world of workers while offering freelancers more ways to build a career.
Digitization didn’t gut the field, and recent innovations are expanding radiology beyond interpreting images.
Expanding supplies of data and cheap processing power will drive demand for IT specialists in a broad range of fields.
Chinese Uber drivers are making a million trips a day, pleasing consumers but threatening traditional taxi drivers.
The number of workers over 65 is growing fast. Technologists see a big business in helping the aging workforce.
For some, home-sharing sites like Airbnb have opened up an unexpected second profession.
The technology that illuminates worker productivity and value also contributes to wage inequality, Tyler Cowen argues.