The Randoms: Job Perk that Makes Workers Happiest & More

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Supporting women in the restaurant industry … March is Women’s History month, and in honor of that, food ordering and delivery service Grubhub has partnered with the Women Chefs & Restaurateurs organization to launch RestaurantHER, an initiative to support women-led restaurants. For the month of March, Grubhub will contribute $1 up to $1 million for every person who pledges at RestaurantHER.com to dine in or order delivery from women-led restaurants. As part of the initiative, Grubhub is also unveiling a map that features restaurants owned or co-owned by a woman or a kitchen run by a woman head or executive chef.

  

Love or money? For a lot of Millennials, the answer is money. Financial services company Comet surveyed 400 employed Millennials and found that 41 percent of respondents said they would end a relationship for a raise. How much money? According to the survey, a $37,000 raise would be enough to convince 32 percent of Millennials to dump their significant others. (Elite Daily)

     

Besides money, can you guess the job perk that makes employees happiest?According to a poll by research firm Clutch, what full-time workers want most is flexibility. 41 percent said flexible hours was their favorite workplace benefit and 54 percent said flexible hours was the perk that made them happiest on the job. (PRNewswire)

     

The lighter social media … A new study from the University of Missouri found that Instagram users like to keep things light. The researchers found that, typically, people use Instagram for entertainment -- and are less likely to engage in political or controversial topics. 

     

Too much avocado toast? According to a new British study, Millennials are on track to become the most overweight generation in recorded history. Amazingly, around 70 percent of people born between the early 1980s to the mid-'90s will be considered obese by the time they reach middle age. That's more than twice the rate of obesity of their parents' generation. (Crave Online)

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