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Deep-Dive: Jennifer Liu, CNBC Make It

CNBC Make It reporter Jennifer Liu isn’t just a reporter covering the workplace, hiring trends and professional success. That may be her job, but she’s also proficient in WordPress, Drupal, Google Analytics, SEO and Adobe Creative Suite.

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Q&A with Jay Lauf: How Charter Will Chart the Future of Work

Charter is a new media property focused on the future of work — and helps us glimpse the future of business media itself. Co-founded by Quartz co-founders Jay Lauf and Kevin Delaney, as well as New York Times veteran Erin Grau, Charter comprises elements of newsletter publishing, organic community and structured member services.

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Cheat Sheet: ‘Future of Work’

As a term, “future of work” has blurred into “workforce” and “workplace” and plays a big part in diversity, equity and inclusion editorial. Here’s a fresh look at targets in this expanded space. Thirty names in all.

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Of the 20 most recent Forbes posts on the topic of #DEI, 12 were either paid posts or Council posts (which also are paid). Perhaps DEI is more top-of-mind with brands than with Forbes reporters and unpaid contributors.

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