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Breaking The Stem Ceiling For Girls

from Brookings Although countries have dramatically closed gender gaps in education and labor force participation, gender differences within education and employment persist. Women earn less income and work in lower paying occupations and sectors than men do. Women are less likely to become entrepreneurs, and, when they do, they typically run smaller, less-profitable firms. These […]

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How to Beat the Robots

from NYTs Maybe the automation of jobs will eventually create new, better jobs. Maybe it will put us all out of work. But as we argue about this, work is changing. Today’s jobs — white collar, blue collar or no collar — require more education and interpersonal skills than those in the past. And many […]

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The End Of The Office (As We Know It)

from Enrique Dans More and more companies seem to be coming round to the idea of the ??open office, although there is still criticism to be found in some quarters. Such criticism usually has to do with a misunderstanding of the open office as a design or an architectural matter, when the issue is related […]

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Those Jobs Are Gone Forever. Let’s Gear Up For What’s Next.

from freeCodeCamp Manufacturing jobs were a huge part of America’s post-World War II economic miracle. In the early 1980’s, 20 million Americans worked in factories, assembling consumer products like cars and appliances. Well, what happened after that? There are two narratives here. The shorter story arc is about globalization. American corporations moved all the old […]

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7 High Paying Jobs for Liberal Arts Majors

from Uncubed In an evolving job market where the demand for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) skills is growing rapidly, your liberal arts degree might seem useless. Good news: it’s not. Problem-solving, teamwork, and strong written and verbal communication skills are hallmarks of a liberal-arts education. Fortunately, they’re also indicators of a great job […]

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