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CHURCHILL PRESS REVIEW



English Press Focus – Monday, 8th November 2021


Churchill British Language School announces immediate availability to its International Press release “Weekly capsules” from the front pages of major international newspapers with a linguistic zest and twist

by Dora Paronetto

 

FINANCIAL TIMES

Monday, 8 November:

Want a pay rise? First get over your biases – Behavioural science gives us the tools to spot what is holding us back from asking for more money. Causes: The anchoring effect =

Emotionally invested in a job = The curse of knowledge = The saving face effect = The representative heuristic. Overcome the biases and change the narrative with pay-enhancing life hacks based on behavioural science!

Link: https://www.ft.com/content/967db31f-f49b-4039-a295-23db588d2a1c

 

More on World Economy and Tech: Why innovation could stop inflation – Transition to a cleaner world. Technological innovation itself eventually lowers costs. It may offset the inflationary pressure of aging baby boomers. Link: https://www.ft.com/content/57bccc8f-e75d-4be6-a92e-96470aa7e7de


THE NEW WORK TIMES

Monday, 8 November:

Life in unending lockdowns – Near-daily virus testing and living at school to meet China’s “zero Covid” policy.

Link: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/29/realestate/coronavirus-lockdown-coping.html

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