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Today is Tech Tuesday. I am Diamond Naga Siu. I don’t dream of giving birth (I sometimes dream of writing newsletters).
But there is no question that companies are dreaming about their workforce. The unemployment rate remains fairly low despite mass layoffs and declining job openings. And recruiters told colleague Aki Ito that it is currently very difficult to find and hire well-qualified people.
There are signs of a sudden surge in retirement among baby boomers. And Aki details how this caused a perpetual labor shortage.
Now let’s take a closer look at today’s technology.
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1. China’s EV battery market is 100% charged. That’s a problem for America. The country that wins the race for future batteries will not only dominate the electric vehicle market. It also secures thousands of jobs, controls greener forms of energy, and provides other important benefits.
- My colleague Lynette Lopez writes that China is far ahead of the United States at this point. The state-backed company, which she calls China Corporation, has made strides in all aspects of EV battery manufacturing. From mining to manufacturing, the country is becoming increasingly independent and dominant.
- Meanwhile, the United States lags behind at nearly every stage of the process. And if that doesn’t catch up, the U.S. will either have to stay on China’s favored side or sacrifice the success of its prized auto companies like Ford and GM.
- Lopez gives us a front-row view of the important EV battery market. She then explains the importance of the race amid heightened tensions between the United States and China.
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2. ChatGPT’s new features may change the way you use the Internet. Starts web browsing with current information. This upgrade will make ChatGPT a promising search engine. Find the full text here.
3. Complimentary 55″ 4K TV. Telly is giving away 500,000 TVs for free. The only downside is that it comes with his second screen for advertising. Click here for details.
4. Redditors share the least stressful six-figure jobs. This virus question has been answered by thousands of users. Roles paying at least $100,000 and not requiring a 40-hour workweek included technicians and managers. Read more about their reactions here.
5. Leaked memo: Elon Musk is back at Tesla. Leaked emails reveal that Musk now wants to approve all new hires at Tesla, including contractors. My colleague’s girlfriend, Grace Kay, got a copy of an internal email with the subject “Recruitment”. Read the full story here.
6. Amazon Web Services Salaries. An insider investigated the salaries of thousands of people AWS shared with the government. We’ve compiled scopes for developers, analysts, and dozens of other roles. Check it all out here.
7. “Secret” ChatGPT Prompt Library. How can ChatGPT help you apply for a job? What about learning a new language? This resource will help you get better responses from your chatbot. Learn more about.
8. Apple is “dangerously behind” when it comes to Siri. The iPhone maker surprised the world with the introduction of Siri in 2011. But since then it has not lived up to expectations. And Apple itself is to blame. Let’s take a closer look at the analysis here.
Odds and Ends:
9. A woman from California bought three homes in Sicily for a total of $3.30. She was shocked when a small Sicilian town announced it would sell homes for €1 ($1.10) apiece. She visited to see for herself and is currently restoring her homes. Check out their evolution here.
10. Infinite Money Bug: Parents are returning used children’s clothes to Target. You may return Target-owned branded clothing within one (1) year of purchase. And many parents are taking full advantage of this policy. Learn more about stylish strategies here.
What we see today:
Curated by Diamond Naga Siu of San Diego. (Have feedback or tips? Send us an email) firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @diamondnagasiu) Editor: Alistair Barr (Tweet) @alistairmbarr) in San Francisco, Bob Bryan (Tweet) @RobertBryan4) Hallam Block, New York (tweet) @hallam_bullock) in London.