The magazine of American Airlines Federal Credit Union
As homeowners sheltered during the worldwide pandemic, one byproduct that has emerged was a pronounced remodeling boom.
Step aside for Texas’ latest hot new area: North Texas. The area encompassing Arlington, Dallas, Fort Worth and the mid-cities is going through an explosive growth rate of its own. According to Census Bureau figures released earlier this year, Fort Worth, in particular, is now the second fastest growing city in the country.
As vacation and exploration options continue to revive after two of the industry’s most challenging years, travel oracles like Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky predict that experience-hungry wanderlusters will be taking more time off, expanding their horizons and quenching a pent-up thirst for truly unique adventures.
The events of Sept. 11, 2001, affected our nation and the airline industry. The American Airlines Federal Credit Union had two representatives lost on that tragic day, and many live changed.
The term burnout was coined by psychologist Herbert Freudenberg nearly 50 years ago, but it’s perhaps never felt more relevant than in the past year. Learn to recognize burnout and understand its causes in order to reverse it. While burnout was originally used to describe those who work in helping professions, such as doctors and nurses, we now recognize that burnout can affect anyone. In fact, more than half of the U.S. workforce reports suffering from burnout.