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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Ned Parks gives his presentation on millennials in the workplace to an audience at Kent State Twinsburg. Taken on Jan. 28, 2020.

Twinsburg workshop talks millenial work ethic

Krista DeFini Reporter January 29, 2020

Millennials expect different things from their employers, a business and management consultant told a group of local businesswomen this week.“They keep their work and home life separated,” said Ned...

Slow it down and step away from social media

Kellie Nock February 28, 2018

Every night, before I fall asleep, I spend anywhere between 10 minutes to an hour on my phone. Usually, it’s scrolling through Twitter, finding a random tweet thread about the astrological signs as “Muppets”...

How people get their news

Print vs. digital: Millennials surveyed prefer online news

Taryn Antolic September 16, 2017

The average millennial gets 74 percent of their news from online sources, according to a study done by the Media Insight Project, a joint research initiative between the American Press Institute and the...

Snapchat

Snapchat introduces first in-app purchase, new selfie lenses

Snapchat introduced its first in-app purchase Tuesday, offering users three replays of otherwise self-destructing messages for $0.99.The feature joins video ads, location-themed digital sticker ads and...

Recent college graduates face unemployment, minimun-wage jobs

Head up the changing face of employment

Patrick Williams March 5, 2014

When students get out of college, there is a good chance they will be unemployed at least once and working in a job that doesn’t require a degree.According to Mark Rank from Washington University, nearly...

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