More and more older adults are working—in large part because they want to. The same day that Gayle and Mark Arrowood retired from their jobs at a Department of Energy lab, they drove to Sun Valley, Idaho, to start their next chapter: ski-resort bartending. Mark had a shift that very night.
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Woodward is a 153-year-old aerospace company that required its male employees to wear bow ties into the 1990s. So Paul Benson, the company’s chief human resources officer, knew that creating a companywide diversity, equity and inclusion program would require a seismic shift.
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Long hours on the job can temporarily ease the symptoms of depression and anxiety. But you’re better off leaving the office and facing your feelings head-on. “How to Build a Life” is a column by Arthur Brooks, tackling questions of meaning and happiness.
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Historically, the party and the movement have worked together to mutual benefit.
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Labor Day and May Day both started in the United States. So how did one spread elsewhere while the other become a federal holiday here? Grover Cleveland.
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