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Smart Devices, Drones, and the Impact on the Workforce

Unless you’ve been living under a rock or have completely shunned all technology and news over the past eight to ten years, you’ve probably noticed the availability and regular use of technologically advanced “things”. Products such as the smartphone, handheld tablet, fitness watch and automated home devices are now commonplace. Frankly, they’re so commonplace that […] Read Article “Smart Devices, Drones, and the Impact on the Workforce”

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Webinar Wrap-Up: Acquire & Retain Talent, Despite the Skills Gap

The skills gap has been a popular topic of conversation among the media, politicians, employers, industry luminaries and more for the last couple of years. Most people can agree that yes, the skills gap does indeed exist, but how many people really have a grasp on the solutions to overcome it? What historical factors have contributed […] Read Article “Webinar Wrap-Up: Acquire & Retain Talent, Despite the Skills Gap”

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How to Hire ‘Em & How to Keep ‘Em: Webinar Sneak-Peek

The word on the street is this – it’s a candidate market. What does that mean? It means that today’s job seekers have the power to accept or deny job offers much more liberally than they did last year – or just a few months ago. The current unemployment rate is hovering around 5.5 percent, which […] Read Article “How to Hire ‘Em & How to Keep ‘Em: Webinar Sneak-Peek”

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How the Affordable Care Act is Shaking Up the Medical Industry

Attracting and retaining qualified workers in the healthcare industry is crucial now more than ever. With the aging of the population in the United States as well as the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, the demand for skilled employees in various healthcare sectors is increasing rapidly. This year, more than 11 million Americans have […] Read Article “How the Affordable Care Act is Shaking Up the Medical Industry”

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Last Chance to Apply for the 2015 Engineering & Technology STEM Scholarship!

According to new data from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), the number of college students majoring in statistics has almost doubled since 2010, increasing by 95 percent. Other leading STEM majors include computer science, programming and software development. Time is running out! Apply for Adecco’s Engineering & Technology STEM Scholarship before March 16! A LinkedIn ranking of the […] Read Article “Last Chance to Apply for the 2015 Engineering & Technology STEM Scholarship!”

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How One Program Sparks STEM Interest in Middle Schoolers

Creating the next great technology innovations is crucial to the advancement of our society and the American economy.  Unfortunately, the American workforce is crippled by a lack of experts in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), which is what we call the STEM skills gap. Since this week is National Engineers Week, we’re doing a three-part blog series on STEM-related topics. In part […] Read Article “How One Program Sparks STEM Interest in Middle Schoolers”

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The State of STEM in America

Creating the next great technology innovations is crucial to the advancement of our society and the American economy.  Unfortunately, the American workforce is crippled by a lack of experts in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), which is what we call the STEM skills gap. Since this week is National Engineers Week, we’re doing a three-part blog series on STEM-related topics. In part one, we […] Read Article “The State of STEM in America”

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Hot STEM Jobs in 2015

Creating the next great technology innovations is crucial to the advancement of our society and the American economy. Unfortunately, the American workforce is crippled by a lack of experts in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), which is what we call the STEM skills gap. Since this week is National Engineers Week, we’re doing a three-part blog series on STEM-related topics. In part one (this […] Read Article “Hot STEM Jobs in 2015”