Digital marketing ranks in the top 3 hottest skills Americans are learning in 2022

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It’s no surprise that the last couple of years have been hard on workers around the world. In the US alone, the “quit rate” reached a 20-year high and came to be known as the Great Resignation

Earlier this year we reported another anomaly dubbed the “Great Reshuffle” that saw 618,000 marketers leave their jobs in 2021. A report from LinkedIn predicted that this trend would continue well into 2022 with 24% of marketers looking for a new job, and 62% changing jobs altogether. 

What does the data say. Preply viewed Google Trends data and analyzed 572 keywords representing

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Americans blame publishers more than tech companies in free speech battle

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America’s free speech frustration has pivoted from tech companies to media publishers, according to this year’s Axios Harris Poll 100.

Why it matters: It’s a sign of growing hostility toward publishers, with little recourse for people who think they don’t do enough to guard against bias or misinformation.

  • The lines between publishers, like The Washington Post, and platforms like Twitter where their stories might appear are becoming increasingly blurred — making it harder to be sure exactly who the public is blaming when they don’t like the content.
  • Tech firms are protected by internet laws that shield them from liability
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