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An Interview with Laura Skylaki: A Rockstar Data Scientist and Superhero Mom | Thomson Reuters
Recently, we had the opportunity to sit down and chat with Laura Skylaki, a Data Scientist working at the Thomson Reuters Labs in Zug, Switzerland.
5 reasons to join Thomson Reuters in Hoboken, N.J. | Thomson Reuters
This waterfront office features amazing views of the Hudson River and New York City skyline and has easy access to public transportation, making it a commuter’s dream.
5 things interns learned while working at Thomson Reuters | Thomson Reuters
At Thomson Reuters, our interns are given valuable skills and experiences they can later use in a full-time career. We asked both current and former Thomson Reuters interns to share what they learned while #workingatTR.
5 reasons to join Thomson Reuters in London | Thomson Reuters
Between the brand-new gym, the location, the endless perks, and the view, and more, check out the top reasons to join Thomson Reuters in London, UK.
Tips for a new parent returning to work | Thomson Reuters
Taking care of a newborn baby and going back to work can be challenging, so we came up with a few tips to help with the adjustment.
15 of the best views from Thomson Reuters offices | Thomson Reuters
Located in over 100 countries around the world, we've narrowed down the list of the 15 best views from Thomson Reuters offices.
The best podcasts to listen to at work | Thomson Reuters
e connected with Thomson Reuters employees to find out what they listen to while working. Check out these awesome podcasts to learn something new, while working on routine tasks at work.
7 tips for creating a resume in 2018 | Thomson Reuters
Here are 7 tips to help you build a resume that stands out
10 reasons to join Thomson Reuters in Toronto, Canada | Thomson Reuters
Here are 10 of the top reasons to join Thomson Reuters in Toronto.
You can't "escape" learning at Grace Hopper | Thomson Reuters
Lisa Schlosser, CTO of Thomson Reuters FindLaw, shares her experience with interactive problem solving and how the 2018 Grace Hopper Celebration will bring people together to solve an extremely difficult puzzle of a more diverse technology workforce.