Hello friends! I’m just back from a splendid vacation in beautiful and surprisingly sunny Ireland, so today’s Last Week in Talent will be slightly briefer than usual. So, my deepest apologies for that, but trust me when I say that what I do have is pretty darn good, so be sure to dive in for all the best data, insight and news this side of Timbuktu. Please and thank you. Now, without further ado, here's what we're cooking with in the wide world of talent, recruiting and everything in between.
Happy hunting and thanks for reading.
What jobs are least susceptible to automation [Vice Money]
Why there’s no such thing as big data in HR but your data still matters more than ever [Harvard Review of Business].
This might be as good as it gets for the American job market [New York Times]
Guess what: Remote work is here to stay [Wall Street Journal]
The vanishing teen worker and what it means for our economy [Bloomberg]
How Panera revolutionized its restaurants by completely redesigning how customers can order from them [Wall Street Journal]
How a degree in Scandinavian Mythology can land you a job at one of the biggest tech companies [Fast Company]
The differences between the freelance workforce and the on demand workforce [ERE]
If you want to win you should hire a woman or have daughters [New York Times]
Japanese firms are turning to foreign tech talent to fill talent shortages [Nikkei Asian Review]
Podcast of the week: Founder of Triplebyte Ammon Bartram chats with yCombinator about hiring engineers.