If you're under 18, the future is now.
Why do we search for some missing girls and ignore the others.
"I literally never heard a decision made on the basis of a personal essay alone."
As an Iranian living in Malaysia, Motlaq finds herself constantly called upon as the token expert about her homeland. “I’ve been out of Iran for ten years,” she says, “and suddenly I’ve become an Iranian who has to answer so many questions about my country.”
The borough’s lack of a literary institution is due to neglect, rather than disinterest.
It's meant to inspire people to leave corporate life and do what they love. But what does that mean for the rest of us?
25% of people found it "admirable" when a man took care of his kids. Only 3% thought so about women.
A new wave of solopreneurs are capitalizing on people desperate for self-employment success.
Our government can't distinguish between an employee and a contractor. And that's hurting our freelancers and our future.
The bottom 60 percent of the workforce hasn’t gotten a raise in a decade, and, for some, pay has even fallen. The basic bargain that Americans put in a hard day’s work and share in some of the bounty they produce has been broken.
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As part of The New Republic's centennial celebration, the articles and analysis of the Next Republic campaign, produced in partnership with Credit Suisse, will explore the key issues set to shape the coming century: work, gender, business, entrepreneurship, identity, and community.