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How to spot the difference between everyday worries and an anxiety disorder, according to experts
How to spot the difference between everyday worries and an anxiety disorder, according to experts

Everyone worries from time to time, but in some people, worry can spiral out of control.

Julia Guerra, Business Insider US
Amazon built an AI tool to hire people, but reportedly had to shut it down because it was discriminating against women
Amazon built an AI tool to hire people, but reportedly had to shut it down because it was discriminating against women

Amazon tried building an AI tool to help with recruiting but it showed a bias against...

Isobel Asher Hamilton, Business Insider US
Experts say there are 2 types of tattoos that are still a 'no-go' at work — and they're likely to outright disqualify you from some jobs
Experts say there are 2 types of tattoos that are still a 'no-go' at work — and they're likely to outright disqualify you from some jobs

While ink is more mainstream than ever, face and neck tattoos are still no-gos in most...

Rachel Premack, Business Insider US
9 things you should never keep at your desk
9 things you should never keep at your desk

Your desk should be organised in a way that maximises productivity and your ability to...

Charyn Pfeuffer, Business Insider US
These are the 6 most in-demand executive jobs in South Africa right now
These are the 6 most in-demand executive jobs in South Africa right now

For some senior executive positions, demand far exceeds supply right now – and salaries...

James de Villiers , Business Insider SA
You can earn up to R100,000 by shopping with tourists
You can earn up to R100,000 by shopping with tourists

The Tastemakers Africa platform offers creative locals the opportunity to share their...

Mwango Moragia, Business Insider SA
14 things you say that will automatically ruin your chances in a job interview
14 things you say that will automatically ruin your chances in a job interview

Cursing, dissing the company, and asking weird personal questions are amongst the worst...

Rachel Gillett, Business Insider US