I’m tossing in an extra must-read longread today because this is SO GOOD.
The Washington Post profiles two Omaha residents as they attend a job-training program, prepare for interviews, and attempt to find work.
Here’s another essay that’ll stick with you: Elizabeth Rosen’s “A Real Emergency,” at Hazlitt.
Today’s must-read essay comes from Alana Semuels, at The Atlantic.
The New Statesman profiles Reddit’s Millionaire Makers.
Using techniques he developed as a copier salesman.
The story ends happily—but there are a lot of unexpected costs and complications in between.
Wired has a great longread about what happened when the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians started sharing casino profits with members of the tribe.