• Nonprofits step up to protect fertility for cancer patients

    13 days ago - By Chron

    Roshni Kamta remembers that spring day two years ago when she left for work on her usual crowded New York City subway line, carrying precious cargo. Inside the light white bag, which she stored inside the refrigerator at work, were her egg freezing supplies - syringes and the hormone medications she would inject into her body at work to maintain her medicating schedule.
    Fertility preservation wasn't something that Kamta, then just 22 years old, had ever thought about, let alone planned for. But a shocking breast cancer diagnosis a few months earlier had transformed everything. After some...
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  • Almost all new jobs will be high-paying after Covid and most low-wage workers will have to change careers, McKinsey report says

    13 days ago - By Business Insider

    A waiter delivers food to a table at Bottino Restaurant in Chelsea as New York City restaurants open for limited capacity indoor dining on October 1, 2020 in New York.
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    A new McKinsey report on the future of work projects a dire future for low-wage jobs.
    " Almost all growth in labor demand will occur in high-wage jobs," the report finds .
    More than half of low-wage workers in "declining" jobs like food service will have to find new careers.
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    A new McKinsey report on the future of work post-pandemic...
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  • Rents, Home Prices In New York City Drop At Steepest Pace On Record In January

    13 days ago - By Forbes

    The pandemic has left New York City stuck with a housing glut
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