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Fortune Analytics has found the results are split among age groups, with Gen Z struggling the most to stay productive while working remotely.

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AI and people are engaging in the same sorts of commercially productive activities—but the businesses for which they work are taxed differently depending on who, or what, does the work.

Acknowledging your epistemic dependence might even make debate more productive.

It can be productive, especially when using boat sonar to pinpoint shrimp concentrations.

Google parent company Alphabet’s X division—internally called “the moonshot factory”—announced a project called Mineral, launched to develop technologies for a more sustainable, resilient, and productive food system.

The temperature at which the greatest productiveness is obtained varies from a minimum of 60° Fahrenheit to a maximum of 90°.

The grains seem to show a gradual improvement in productiveness from the very oldest settlements to those of the Bronze period.

Expressed in financial terms, all duties were imposed “for revenue only,” and estimated in reference to their productiveness.

The reaction of ill-chosen taxes on industry is a hindrance to their productiveness and their growth.

He has closely studied scientific methods of wheat raising, whereby he has greatly enhanced the productiveness of his fields.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to productiveness, such as: abundance, copiousness, fecundity, fruitfulness, gravidity, and luxuriance.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.