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Adrian Monck
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Jobs and cities battle it out. Predictions for the future of work.

It’s not just how much your child sleeps that matters. It’s when.

Automation’s real risk? Boredom.

Drugs on the dark web and financing terror. Time to regulate cryptocurrencies?

See the earth breathe. An animation shows 20 years of climate change.

What might cure cancer? A robot made of algae.

Who’s going where? 9 charts show the state of global migration.

Men outperform women in MBA programs. This exercise closes the gap.

The best storytellers have the most children. What hunter gatherers value.

How China chats. Your guide to Chinese social media.

An overlooked cause of state aggression: the World Cup.

Want a good job? Economists say: work on your social skills.

A man among female leaders. Cites Global Gender Gap Report. (New York Times)

The most popular international organizations on social media. The Forum is mentioned. (Quartz)

Hi-tech firms thrive in Guangzhou. Quotes Forum executive chairman Professor Klaus Schwab. (China Daily)

Bitcoin, blockchain and the new revolution. Another citation of Forum founder Professor Klaus Schwab. (Royal Gazette)

Bangladesh leads South Asia in empowering women. The country is rising in the Global Gender Gap Index. (Diplomat)

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