TJ Newsflash: 3 November

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Written by Debbie Carter on 3 November 2021 in News

A round up of the best stories from across the globe: from recruitment to the menopause and mental health. All the stories, and one podcast, are aimed at making you think differently about the world today


This week's news roundup courtesy of the editor at TJ, includes a short podcast from COP26, a practical piece on recruitment from Wired and, from The New Yorker magazine, a longer and unsettling read about the experiences of migrant workers in the US who clear up the choas created by climate change.

Ways to Fix Your Recruitment Problem – Wired 

The coronavirus effect on global economic sentiment – McKinsey & Company 

The Migrant Workers Who Follow Climate Disasters – The New Yorker

Cop26: have we just saved our forests? – The Guardian

Menopause and mental health – Harvard Health Publishing 


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