Meaning at work, parenting parity and other top stories of the week
Adrian Monck, Head of Public Engagement and Foundations, Member of the Managing Board, World Economic Forum Geneva
People hate their jobs, and they’re disappearing. We need a new way to find meaning at work.
Higher salaries and delayed Alzheimer’s. Being bilingual has benefits.
Healthcare in 2030. Better data can help reinvent an unsustainable system.
Keep calm and outperform. Top performers’ strategies to manage stress.
One woman’s experiment with parenting parity. Society didn’t make it easy.
Brexit could boost the EU. But game theory predicts tough talks for the UK.
The secret to higher productivity. Solutions from the Forum’s Latin America meeting.
Worries about algorithms running the world. Even their creators often don’t understand them.
China’s higher education glut. Why many university graduates can’t get jobs.
People may prefer unequal societies. Unfairness is what makes people angry.
Is the marketplace of ideas failing? From intellectuals to “thought leaders”.
On our way to the warmest climate in 420 million years. Fossil fuels and a changing sun both play a part.
Creativity, not machines, the source of the next industrial revolution. Quotes Forum founder and executive chairman Professor Klaus Schwab. (Quartz)
Macri resists pressure to ease Argentina reforms. Cites confidence among executives at the World Economic Forum on Latin America. (Financial Times)
India surges in Forum Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index. (Times of India)
China’s importance to Latin America. An interview with the Forum’s senior director for Latin America. (China Daily)
Mexico expects swift NAFTA rewrite. More coverage from the World Economic Forum on Latin America. (Bloomberg)
Originally published at www.weforum.org.