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Forage’s 2022 UK Year in Review

The new year is in full swing, and while we can’t wait to see what students accomplish on Forage in 2023, we also want to highlight all that U.K. students achieved on Forage last year.  Students from over 2,000 U.K. secondary schools and universities enrolled in Forage programmes in 2022. U.K. students could choose from …

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The Best Small Cities for Remote Work

American job seekers are embracing that work-from-home life. McKinsey’s American Opportunity Survey in spring 2022 found that 35% of respondents had the opportunity to work from home five days per week. In addition, an Upwork study found that 9.3% of people (or 18.9 million Americans) are planning to move because of remote work.  If you …

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We Asked ChatGPT to Write Resumes and Cover Letters. Here’s What It Got Right (and Wrong)

You’ve probably heard the buzz about ChatGPT and all the wild conversations and creations it’s producing. While it’s a fun diversion in the middle of an otherwise dull day, are there any practical applications for ChatGPT — like having it write your cover letter and resume? We wanted to know what AI-generated cover letters and …

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Celebrating Students: Forage’s 2022 Year in Review

2022 isn’t over yet, but we’re already breaking out the champagne to celebrate Forage students’ success this year. As of Nov. 30, there were over 1.1 million enrollments in Forage virtual work experiences through 2022. Those Foragers represent over three thousand high schools, colleges, and universities across the U.S. In 2022, Forage had enrollments from …

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The Best Cities for Young Professionals for Work-Life Balance

Work-life balance is top of mind for many young professionals. According to a 2018 Gallup Poll, Generation Z workers ranked caring about employees’ well-being as a priority when evaluating potential employers. Moreover, 42% of Gen Z employees would quit their job if they were experiencing burnout and a lack of work-life balance, according to a …

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