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Here comes the Great Resignation. Why millions of employees could quit their jobs post-pandemic

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By Lisa Leong with Monique Ross and Maria Tickle for This Working Life HAS THE PANDEMIC made you rethink your career or deeply question the role of work in your life? If so, you're not alone. In the US, COVID-19 has led to what’s been dubbed the Great Resignation: millions of people, from frontline workers to senior executives, voluntarily

Anti-vaxxers: it’s only their business? Hardly.

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The fights against infectious disease and anti-vaxxers’ fears VACCINES PREVENT a staggering two to three million deaths per year around the world, yet vocal groups in Australia and internationally continue to cast doubt on their effectiveness. Vaccine hesitancy ranks alongside climate change, pandemic flu and Ebola as one of the top ten threats

Mums fashion-brand their children, why?

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Friday essay: family as 'brand' – the rise of the digital mumpreneur “TAYLEN HAS BECOME a brand,” says Angelica Calad, the mumpreneur behind the #influencer account #taylensmom. Taylen Biggs, age five, has more than 150,000 followers. In an era of advertising ennui, #influencers like Taylen’s mother can collect more than 3,000

Can promoting beauty unite the nation?

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AN OLD FRIEND from the United States, Nick Licata, who remains a citizen activist, sent this essay that also speaks to an increasingly troubled Australia with some ideas worth considering. The subject is America’s yawning political divide now under President Trump, but the civic ideas are universal. It comes from the

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