How the Remote Work Revolution Could Change California’s Housing Crisis
A huge number of people have been working from home for the better part of the year. The long-term implications for housing will likely benefit higher-earning workers and hurt lower income Californians.
Bridging the Digital Divide
Sacramento funds free tech-training programs for workers displaced by the pandemic
The City of Sacramento is banking on the relative health of the technology sector and other insulated fields to help displaced workers get back on their feet.
Getting to Know: William Glasser
Founder and CEO of Language World Services in Carmichael on how his translation business bridges a critical gap
It’s crucial for people who have limited English proficiency to process information accurately as they navigate complex systems, and William Glasser has focused his career on helping them do so.
Women have been hit harder by the coronavirus pandemic
In September, women made up 80 percent of the people who dropped out of the workforce. We asked the first female president and CEO of the Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce about the reasons behind the discrepancy.
The Quiet Ones
How to grow as an introverted leader, based on your Myers-Briggs personality type
Here are a few ways to recognize the leadership strengths of introverted personality types.
Hear Me Out
Voice-over work has been one of the few opportunities for actors during the pandemic but not without challenges for the industry
While the quiet isolation of the coronavirus pandemic isn’t ideal for some, it’s the ideal condition for voice-over actors working from home.
Thinking Differently About Our Workforce Amid the Pandemic
In our series, The Big Fix, industry experts explore how the region can rebound from the coronavirus shutdown
Thinking differently about post-COVID life is a chance to reimagine and update our systems to be more agile, inclusive and efficient.
The Coworking Pivot
The Urban Hive cofounder Molly Weber on how coworking spaces have adjusted to the times
The Capital Region is home to about 60 coworking spaces, which have all been tasked with figuring out how to navigate a pandemic.
Learning to Pivot
New college grads are adapting to an economy and job market hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic
As college seniors finished their classes online, the impact of the coronavirus pandemic complicated their job prospects.
A Kick-Start for Startups
Carlsen Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship Executive Director Cameron Law on entrepreneurship and its role in the recovery
Comstock’s spoke with Law about the ways both the center and the local entrepreneurial scene are evolving in the face of a crisis.