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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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How To Go From Temporary Worker to Permanent Employee

Temporary employment has seen quite the increase in the last couple of years. Many employers in various industries are hiring temp workers, freelancers and contractors to fill positions for a few weeks or months at a time. Hiring temporary employees makes a […]

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Where does the U.S. Rank in Top Talent?

With 2.95 million jobs added in 2014—the strongest year of growth since 1999—and unemployment rates in the mid-five percent range, it may be easy to believe that the labor market challenges of the last few years are a thing of the past, […]

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4 Clear Signs a Work Relationship Is In Big Trouble

Recently, I had the displeasure of having to end a long-term relationship with an agency partner. If you know me, you know that I’m extremely loyal to people, brands and companies that do great work, give it 100% and have a positive, […]

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Job Market Update: 2015’s Leading Industries

Source: The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics “The Employment Situation – January 2014″  The highest employment gains occurred in retail trade, construction, health care, financial activities and manufacturing, however, the unemployment rate saw little change, finishing at 5.7 percent. Taking a closer look at […]

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