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Past articles by Erica:

America's public schools are losing students

Some schools have been forced to shutter altogether. → Read More

Musk's magical media-shifting machine

Elon Musk is building a new anti-left media ecosystem almost overnight. → Read More

How to build good habits that last

There are a slew of ways we go wrong. → Read More

Finish Line: Pay it forward

Small, random acts of kindness make big impacts. → Read More

Time for digital detox

The upside: a clearer mind, calmer nerves, happier friends and family. → Read More

America needs sleep

Three factors determine 80%+ of our longevity — diet, exercise and sleep. Of those, sleep is by far the easiest to get right. Why it matters: We aren't. 1 in 3 American adults don’t get enough sleep — defined as 7 or more hours a night — per a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study. * The average American adult slept 7.9 hours a night in the 1940s. That has dropped to 6.8 hours a… → Read More

Trouble for workers who turn cameras off

92% of execs say people who turn cameras off won't last → Read More

Axios Finish Line

In 2006, I was ready to back out of creating Politico, after Washington Post legends Ben Bradlee, Bob Woodward and Don Graham lobbied us to stay and help build things at the Post, Jim writes. * Everything changed when my wife, Autumn, saw me and John Harris, my eventual co-founder and then-Post boss, buckling. * She hopped on her computer, banged out a letter quoting Winston Churchill and Teddy… → Read More

The new silent majority: People who don't tweet

The rising power and prominence of the nation's loudest, meanest voices distort our reality. → Read More

A "great resignation" silver lining for HR: many would stay at their companies

1 in 3 candidates who sought out a new job in the past year searched internally. → Read More

Millions of baby boomers retired early during the pandemic

Early retirements are contributing to the labor shortage → Read More

Celebrities are America's new politicians

They're launching gubernatorial bids and founding schools. → Read More

It's the golden age of HR as companies navigate the "great resignation"

The role of charting the future of work and workplaces is no longer just the purview of the chief executive officer or the chief technology officer — it's also front-and-center for the chief people officer. Why it matters: The human resources department is vaulting in importance as companies grapple with return-to-work plans and the war for talent is won on corporate values and culture. What's… → Read More

Charter school enrollment has boomed during the pandemic

America's public schools are rapidly shedding students → Read More

Women have joined the gig economy at a rapid clip during the pandemic

These jobs can come with low, unstable wages. → Read More

Generation Z fears being left behind by the push to remote work

Why the youngest workers seem most eager to go back to the office → Read More

Company-wide vacations could be the future of paid time off

It's a lot easier for workers to unplug if their managers and peers are doing the same. → Read More

Few unemployed people are actively looking for jobs

Increased bargaining power means many workers can afford to wait and see, but it may not last → Read More

"Third workplaces" are becoming an alternative to offices and homes

Teleworking spots in cafes or hotels or co-working spaces are becoming more popular. → Read More

Chief diversity officers face obstacles to changing their companies

Companies' top diversity executives too often lack the power or resources to affect real change. → Read More