Augmented reality (AR) has captured the attention of the auto industry, who view immersive experiences as an increasingly effective tool for selling cars.

In fact, both AR and virtual reality (VR) were front and center at the North American International Auto Show held in Detroit earlier this year. According to Engadget, at least five carmakers—Chevrolet, Ford, Honda, Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen—used immersive technology to help promote new car models.

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The unemployment rate remained steady in February at 4.1 percent. A total of 313,000 jobs were created during the month, the most since July 2016 and the 89th straight month of gains, a record according to the New York Times.

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Career changes are tough enough as it is, and anxieties about leaving a comfortable job, friends and location and having to reprove yourself again in an unknown opportunity can cloud the best logic. But just because the new position is a little scary doesn’t mean it’s not a positive move. Since counter offers can create confusion and buyer’s remorse, you should understand what’s being cast upon you.

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CEO for One Month Summer Internship 2018Sounds like our CEO for One Month program is the summer internship you’ve been looking for. This program invites summer interns to meet, travel and learn from our company’s top executives in a chance to go straight to the top of our Fortune Global 500 parent company, the Adecco Group, as the CEO for One Month. Here’s how it works.

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How Will Fintech Change Finance?

by Modis on February 26, 2018

Financial digital software and platforms (fintech) are rapidly changing how consumers bank and manage their finances. Advancements in fintech are empowering customers in how they borrow, save, invest and conduct day-to-day banking. Here are some of the ways in which fintech is changing the future of customer banking.

 

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The number one reason people are looking for a new job is that they’re bored at work. An article in the Harvard Business Review notes that “close to two-thirds of employees in the United States are bored, detached, or jaded.”

The good news for bored employees, however, is that they can address tediousness in the workplace by taking some simple, proactive steps. Gallup’s report, How Millennials Want to Work and Live, outlines six ways in which you can reinvigorate your current job.

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