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Explaining inflation & what's next for the US economy
Explaining Inflation & What's Next For the US Economy | GZERO World with Ian Bremmer

Explaining inflation & what's next for the US economy

US inflation is now at a 40-year high. So, what can we do about it?

The Federal Reserve is trying to cool down the overheated economy by raising interest rates. But if the Fed goes too far, the rate hikes could trigger a recession that'll hit low-income Americans hardest.

On GZERO World, Ian Bremmer speaks to economist and University of Chicago professor Austan Goolsbee, who says the recipe to fixing inflation depends on whether you see it as a demand or supply problem.

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The Graphic Truth: Hotspots for digital nomads

The pandemic has enabled some professionals to work remotely from home — or anywhere. Digital nomads wander the world in search of the perfect place to hunker down with their laptops, prompting some countries to offer them special visas. Where should you go if you can work from anywhere?

Annie Gugliotta

Getting from the Great Resignation to the Great Return

It’s a job seeker’s market.

Over 47 million Americans voluntarily left their jobs last year, almost 13% more than in 2019. That was before the pandemic, which has upended the relationship between workers and employers as much as it has disrupted all our lives.

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Lightning round: Adam Grant on fun at work and jargon monoxide
Lightning Round: Adam Grant on Fun at Work and Jargon Monoxide | GZERO World

Lightning round: Adam Grant on fun at work and jargon monoxide

In our GZERO World "Lightning Round," organization psychologist Adam Grant shares his thoughts on how to disconnect from work, what is and isn't fun in the workplace, and why people use work jargon."There's some hilarious research which shows that people use that kind of jargon because they're insecure and they want to sound smart," observes Grant, author of "Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don't Know."

Watch the episode: Adam Grant reimagines work after COVID

“Essential workers” and the inequality of work
“Essential Workers” and the Inequality of Work | GZERO World

“Essential workers” and the inequality of work

Organizational psychologist Adam Grant discusses the "essential workers" who kept the world going throughout the pandemic and didn't get to work from home. According to Grant, the US should be rethinking its policy on essential work. "Where was hazard pay for all the teachers? For all the medical professionals? For all the warehouse workers who put their lives at risk to keep the world running, and to try to keep the economy alive as well?" asked Grant, in an interview with Ian Bremmer on GZERO World.

Watch the episode: Adam Grant reimagines work after COVID

Australia's NSW state says work from home is over, but employees still shun office

December 14, 2020 10:25 AM

Occupancy in Sydney's CBD is at 45 per cent, compared to 90 per cent pre-pandemic.

Employees urged to return to the office

November 06, 2020 5:00 AM

Australians are preparing for what will be a strange collective experience - working from the office again.

Professionals in India opting to work from their home towns

October 26, 2020 5:00 AM

Last month, software engineer Nabendu Biswas moved out of India's tech capital, Bengaluru, and returned to his home town, Bhopal, which is among the cleanest cities in the country.

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