An upbeat note for the midday, it turns out this town is a great place to have a b.s. job that mostly involves sending e-mails, gossiping amongst coworkers and pretending to wield political influence.
Don't get it twisted, pretending to work is a much more powerful skill than most people realize, the practice has marked the forward assent of humankind and will continue to power the economy into the foreseeable future . . . Or at least until automation allows companies to eliminate more middle-management jobs as well.
Latest example . . .
PCMag analyzed the "best work-from-home cities" in the U.S. and Canada, and one local city made the cut. The magazine whittled the pack to the top 50 U.S. and 10 Canadian cities and looked at aspects such as affordability, remote-work-friendly lifestyles and reasonably priced, yet fast, internet connections. Lenexa, which ranks No. 12 . . .