Category: Research

How burned out are tech folks? Pretty fried according to The State of Burnout in Tech 2022

We, as a global community, have been under a ton of pressure and stress over the past two years. Global pandemics have a way of doing that. But stress and burnout were issues in the workforce long before that. With the tech and startup communities doing more than their fair share of burning through talent. But most of that, while vaguely understood, has been largely anecdotal. Which is why I’m always happy to see efforts that attempt to quantify the effects. Like The State of Burnout in Tech report.

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What does a year of global pandemic do to the State of Remote Work?

On an annual basis, Buffer collaborates with a variety of remote work resources to generate the “State of Remote Work” report. And given that we’re all a year into a worldwide pandemic that has made most folks into remote workers, the report looks very different than in years past.

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According to LendingTree, Portland entrepreneurs of color have a greater chance of success

Portland makes its way on to any number of lists. Some good, some not so good. So it’s really nice to see that a recent report by LendingTree has Portland ranking #6 — just behind Seattle at #5 — for successful entrepreneurs of color. And that’s even more relevant when you take into account that four of the top ten cities are in California.

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