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Young workers are nimble, connected, and redefining employment relationships on their terms.

An artificially intelligent floor-cleaning robot at work on UBC’s Vancouver campus.
Leveraging their uniquely human qualities will give workers the edge in a high-tech future.
A drawing of coins with dollar signs coming out the back of a car as it drives along a street.
A UBC film prof's new documentary offers a glimpse into a dystopian digital economy.
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COVID necessitated a switch to virtual work for millions. How has this affected well-being?

Illustration by Tiffany Zhong

Many organizations, including UBC, are implementing strategies to counter systemic racism.

Billy Lan and Tony Liu, smiling.

Two UBC Sauder grads created a platform to connect hourly workers with hiring managers.

Felicia Chan and Bahar Moussavi, laughing.

Three UBC students launched a non-profit to help neurodiverse youth in computer sciences.

Kookai Chaimahawong, smiling.

The venture capital model is undergoing a radical rethink, thanks to the next generation.

A number of Foodora workers passionately protest on a sidewalk outside of a storefront.

The system has been in need of change for some time, says law professor Bethany Hastie.

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Three alumni who are business owners shared what this past year has been like for them.