Remote work has spread over the last 10 years, allowing many professionals seeking flexibility and comfort to try working from anywhere. Known as digital nomads, remote workers who live in Southeast Asia (SEA) aim to earn the most they can while affording luxury where it’s much cheaper.
China’s top developers face scorn from the nation as they file for corporate default, leaving homeowners-to-be far from the promised land. As the Chinese youth are caught between a housing crisis and long-standing expectations of home ownership, they have resorted to living in ‘refined poverty.’
The global fashion industry has reached its peak in terms of a dire lack of diversity and inclusion. Cultural rebellion is emerging as people and brands fight against the grain. How can brands stay ahead of the diversity, equity, and inclusion curve in this fast-paced, ever-changing market?
Gen Zers are leaning into a blend of casual and comfortable when dressing for work – and it’s much more than a post-lockdown blip. The way they express themselves through their professional attire says a lot about their approach to the job – what can employers and other generations learn from this?
In the Philippines, the esports industry is seeing a massive increase in players due to the popularity of mobile gaming. The local gaming landscape is not only for entertainment but for social inclusion, talent development, and national representation on a global stage.
As Gen Zers make their way onto the career ladder, they’re questioning workplace norms and seeking careers that help them balance their personal lives, social values, and financial goals. So what does work-life balance look like for this generation – and how can brands and workplaces respond?