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The jobs most at risk from automation

The jobs most at risk from automation

Waiters, stock assistants and executive sales are the jobs most at risk from automation, while Dentists, doctors, teachers are safest, according to new research.

Salaries set to increase for the first time in two years – by just 3%

Professional salaries in the UK are expected to increase by at least 3% in 2020 – following two years of pay freezes. With over half of UK professionals believing that their pay is not an accurate reflection of the work they do – news of salary increases above 2020 inflation rates (1.94%) will be warmly welcomed.
Top 6 cashless society countries:  Finland, Sweden and China lead way

Top 6 cashless society countries: Finland, Sweden and China lead way

The decade ahead is one anticipated to be swept with technological disruption, as we are digitising every aspect of our day-to-day lives. The way we pay for things makes no exception. GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company has forecast which countries will most likely be the leaders in moving towards a truly cashless society.
How much money do celebrity Instagram couples make?

How much money do celebrity Instagram couples make?

As their own boss and stepping down as senior royals, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are now left to their own devices when it comes to funding their family life, being financially independent. Whilst it’s unlikely they’ll be writing up a CV anytime soon, their royal status would be in huge demand if they were to pursue brand partnerships on their social media accounts.
Amazon’s revenue ‘equivalent to 224,055 UK SMEs

Amazon’s revenue ‘equivalent to 224,055 UK SMEs

Tech giant Amazon’s current yearly revenue sits at $265.468 billion, but how does the revenue of small businesses around the world compare to the tech giant’s fortune? Latona’s has analysed Eurostat and United States Census Bureau data to reveal how the revenue of small businesses compares to that of Amazon.
Quibi goes live: Netflix meets TikTok

Quibi goes live: Netflix meets TikTok

A new paid video streaming service Quibi has launched, offering original short form Hollywood shows that are 10 minutes or shorter, part funded by ads.