Britons are much more likely to say they are working class than the average for citizens of industrialised countries around the world, new research shows.
Welfare policies that force unemployed young people to carry out regular voluntary work are unlikely to improve their mental health and wellbeing, new research says.
It was Groucho Marx who said, "While money can't buy happiness, it certainly lets you choose your own form of misery." Quite true, but what if there's no money coming in from work because your job's been taken over by a machine?
What do Bolivian street vendors have in common with adjunct professors in the United States?
As someone who once envisaged a career path as an economist, Lesley Gibson certainly never anticipated the places that she'd go on to work.
Bob Ebeling spent three decades filled with guilt over not stopping the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger, but found relief in the weeks before his death.
Lloyd S. Shapley, a researcher of strategic decision-making called "game theory" who shared the 2012 Nobel Prize in economics, has died at 92.
People who see God as a "secure base" for intimacy and attachment are more likely to be emotionally committed to their workplace and satisfied with their jobs. They also tend to see their work as a calling from God, which ...
New research supports warnings from Christopher Eccleston and Julie Walters that acting in Britain has become a largely middle class profession.
Recent alarmist headlines this week claim artificial intelligence (AI) will put half of us out of work.