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- The US job market is expected to remain resilient with historically low unemployment, but slower job and wage gains are expected in May, while the disappearance of "back-up careers" and the return to in-person work are also topics of discussion.
- Additionally, an article discusses how to identify micromanagers during interviews.
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- Focusing on return to in-person work and impact on office workers
- Highlighting popularity of pottery workshops as way to connect with others
- Providing work advice on how to identify micromanagers in interviews
- Focusing on expected job report and unemployment rates
- Discussing disappearance of 'back-up careers'
- Highlighting impact of bosses' kids in workplace
- Discussing high rate of LGBTQ+ workers quitting their jobs
- Providing insight into expected slower job and wage gains in May
- Focusing on personal story of someone who makes good salary with unlimited breaks at 'lazy girl' job
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