Sounds good, doesn’t it? I know I’d like to spend less hours with my nose to someone else’s grindstone, and I imagine my American readers feel even more strongly than I do, as studies indicate they work even harder (and longer hours) than we British. Continue reading The 6 hour work-day
The idea of telecommuting has been kicking around for a good ten years, at least in practical form, but there’s still been no huge take-up in it. Continue reading At home in the office
Wouldn’t you think that kids in countries where technology and scientific endeavour are ubiquitous would be the ones most interested in persuing science as a career? It would make sense to me. Continue reading Science: Too much like hard work?
The first to inhabit any new frontier are the pioneers, the early adopters. But it never takes long for the commercial interests to follow suit, seeing opportunity in the form of a space uncluttered by competitors. Continue reading A new world of opportunities
An article in the Guardian, written by a former Goth, expounds the view that Goths are quite likely to go on to be successful career-types in later life. Continue reading Goths get good jobs