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Kyle Schnitzer


Mountain View, CA, United States

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Past articles by Kyle:

15 jobs that you never thought would pay over $100K, according to Reddit

A Reddit user asked users what they do to earn over $100,000 — and the responses are truly eye-opening and not what you would expect. → Read More

​Secretly juggling two full-time jobs, remote workers are making up to $600K — with help from a​n online community​

• Employees have taken advantage of remote work by maintaining two full-time jobs at the same time. • A website called Overemployed offers advice in the form of articles and community tips for readers who want to pull this off. • Workers have reportedly earned as much as $600,000, but this usually requires long hours. Now we know why workers want to continue to work remotely — some have been… → Read More

Don't use this emoji unless you're sure you know what it suggests

• The smiley face emoji is no longer cool :-/ • It’s the second emoji Gen Z has killed this year 🙁 • Emoji use is on the rise at work; here’s what you can use instead. 🙂 Using the smiley face emoji with colleagues may not give off the impression you’re searching for. At first glance, the smiley face emoji is harmless: a yellow, wide-eyed animated circular grin that looks inviting, but it isn’t… → Read More

Would you accept a 10% pay cut to work from home?

Workers at Google who plan to ditch their office and move permanently could see a difference on their next pay stub, according to a report. → Read More

What we know about the CDC's new mask mandate

• The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now officially recommends fully vaccinated Americans wear masks in public indoor places again. • The decision is a reversal just two months after the agency said that fully vaccinated people do not have to wear masks. • The Delta variant is highly contagious and even fully vaccinated Americans could be infectious. The Centers for Disease Control… → Read More

Netflix fired 3 execs for criticizing peers on Slack

What is going on in Netflix‘s Slack channels? Three senior employees at Netflix were fired by the company after criticizing their co-workers over Slack, according to the company’s CEO, after a report claimed that the workers were let go for bad-mouthing their bosses. The Hollywood Reporter first reported that the streaming giant fired three senior marketing executives for comments aimed at… → Read More

There's now a job for taco lovers that pays $100K

Taco lovers, rejoice! A six-figure job awaits you. McCormick & Company is recruiting its first-ever director of taco relations, a part-time, four-month job that pays $100,000 to help McCormick “develop innovative and delish taco recipes.” One lucky worker will get hands-on experience helping McCormick’s marketing division, with responsibilities including developing recipes, content creation,… → Read More

New Slack feature takes aim at Zoom — and video meeting burnout

For those missing the easy access to desk neighbors at the office, Slack is here to help. The work-messaging platform introduced a new feature this week called Huddles, an audio tool that allows team members to communicate inside a Slack channel or via direct message. As offices slowly begin to reopen, workers that are either still working remotely or on a hybrid schedule could find the… → Read More

Here's why your flight might be canceled this summer

• American Airlines cancels 1,000 July flights because of a travel surge • United Airlines CEO warns of a possible pilot shortage • Nearly 10,000 flights were delayed on Sunday Summer travel is surging, but it catching a flight may not be the breeze you were hoping for. Thanks to a post-pandemic travel boom, American Airlines is canceling 1,000 flights, while another major U.S. airline’s CEO… → Read More

Overworking from home doesn't mean you're more productive

* Remote workers logged longer days during the COVID-19 pandemic than ever before, but more hours don’t necessarily boost productivity. * Overworking can lead to presenteeism, a phenomenon where a worker is less engaged, or not at their best, despite being at work. * Fatigued or distracted workers cost employers billions each year. The shift to remote work during the pandemic was supposed to… → Read More

The foods you should (and shouldn't eat) this summer

As Memorial Day speedily arrives and the unofficial start of summer is underway, it’s that time of year again where grill season is upon us. Out goes the winter diets for the perfect beach body and in comes burgers galore, drinks aplenty, and warmer weather to consume our present. While you begin to plan what dish you’re making for your annual Memorial Day BBQ, it might be wise to consider what… → Read More

It's worse than you thought: What people are really doing on the remote work clock

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, workers have said they’ve felt more productive at home than in the office. Their most productive hours — between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., according to a survey of 30,000 US-based workers — have decreased since the start of the pandemic, which begs the question: What are workers really doing while working from home? Well, it’s not good news for current employers. A… → Read More

Would you take a fake sick day from work? This is what people say

Can sick days be used for when you just don’t feel like working? What was onoce a dilemma is now a resounding yes: Ninety-two percent of workers said they are comfortable taking a sick day because they don’t feel like working, according to a recent poll by Blind. What workers at top companies say about sick days If you’re hesitant about taking the day just because you feel like it, relax —… → Read More

Do you need a COVID-19 vaccine to even apply for a job now?

A new report says that several positions that are available now are calling for candidates to receive a covid vaccine if they want work. → Read More

Offices are reopening across the country but these questions still remain

As more states reopen offices at half or even full capacity, including former epicenter New York, there are still a number of questions. → Read More

Italian man paid for 15 years despite never showing up for work

A hospital worker in Italy allegedly skipped work for 15 years despite never stepping a day back in the office, according to reports. → Read More

Eating at this time of day is hurting your work productivity

A new study found that unhealthy eating behaviors at night, such as bingeing, had a negative impact on workers’ performance the next day. → Read More

If you're over 50, these are the industries that will be hiring the most

The US Department of Labor posted its employment projections over the 2019-2029 decade, which projects an increase of six million jobs. → Read More

This is the first sign of a post-pandemic work uniform

As people return to work, women are making changes to their work wardrobe including comfortable baggy suits, according to The Wall Street Journal. → Read More

All the ways COVID-19 has actually helped hiring

While unemployment hit historic new highs similar to the Great Recession in 2009, we’re beginning to see just how much the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way companies go about hiring. → Read More