This attitude about careers is more common among millennials than older Boomer and Gen-X workers.
The Conservative cabinet minister in charge of trying to save jobs in the steel industry is considering plans to cut up to 4,000 employees in his own department and its agencies, and slash costs even more deeply than George Osborne’s austerity requires, according to official leaked documents.
The European Union is trying to brainwash children with “taxpayer-funded propaganda”, according to Michael Gove, a leading campaigner for Britain to leave the union.
Some economists see economic growth as negligible in the first quarter, and it could easily turn out to be negative.
Indian censors are under fire after handing Disney’s forthcoming remake of The Jungle Book the local equivalent of a PG rating, indicating a requirement for parental guidance for the under-12s, because it features “scary” animals.
Apple and the US Justice Department are headed back to court over a locked iPhone. And once again, both sides are accusing the other of being duplicitous.
Ever feel like stress, anxiety and bottomless to do lists stop you from doing your best at work?
Some of the world’s largest economies would be dangerously exposed in the event of a fresh banking crisis, PwC has warned, as it calls for emerging economies to push forward on reforming their financial sectors.
Both sides clash at Hampden Park in Scottish Cup action next week.
An unapologetically hearty dish to warm the cockles in March. Do you leave the peel on the spuds? Puree the soup? Add onions and garlic? And what dollop of dairy does it need?
It was perhaps to the detriment of others involved in matches taking place at the time that the focus on the second afternoon of the WGC-Match Play Championship surrounded whether one player would take to the course at all.
There was always the probability familiar comforts were all Jordan Spieth required to kick-start his year. In his back yard of Texas, Spieth is more the home star than the lone one.