Do you have any question for me?twitter.com/jadecarsonxo/status/1233801790086426626
Over time, I’ve come to love the question, “Do you have any questions for me?” after an interview. Here’s my list of my favorite questions to ask that have led to me getting the job:
The boss who put everyone on 70K - BBC Newsbbc.com/news/stories-51332811
"I'm the same age as Mark Zuckerberg and I have dark moments where I think, 'I want to be just as rich as Mark Zuckerberg and I want to compete with him to be on the Forbes list. And I want to be on the cover of Time magazine, making lots of money.' All these greedy things are tempting."
Work Responsibly — A collection of resources for a healthy and balanced approach to work.
The Complete Guide to Deep Work (including a step-by-step checklist)doist.com/blog/complete-guide-to-deep-work/
Based on Cal Newport's book, Deep Work, this comprehensive guide will teach you to harness your focus, ditch distractions, and improve your productivity.
How to love your job and avoid burnout — Quartz at Workqz.com/work/1571065/how-to-love-your-job-and-avoid-burnout/
Meaning is not found, but made.
The secret lives of Facebook moderators in America - The Vergetheverge.com/2019/2/25/18229714/cognizant-facebook-content-moderator-interviews-trauma-working-conditions-arizona
In a damning new report, Casey Newton gives an unprecedented look at the day-to-day lives of Facebook moderators in America. His interviews with twelve current and former employees of Cognizant in Arizona reveal a workplace perpetually teetering on the brink of chaos.
Why Are Young People Pretending to Love Work? - The New York Timesnytimes.com/2019/01/26/business/against-hustle-culture-rise-and-grind-tgim.html
I saw the greatest minds of my generation log 18-hour days — and then boast about #hustle on Instagram. When did performative workaholism become a lifestyle?
Only One Deliverable Matters | Big Mediumbigmedium.com/ideas/only-one-deliverable-matters.html
Too much design effort goes into artifacts that are not part of the working software. There’s a better way to work.
Forging a New Path for Disabled Design: An Interview with Liz Jackson | Adobe Blogtheblog.adobe.com/liz-jackson-accessibility-inclusive-design/
Matt May sat down with Liz Jackson to learn about her new fellowship, WITH, and discuss how interaction designers can evolve their approach to inclusivity.