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Why Employees Quit and Start Their Own Business
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Why Employees Quit and Start Their Own Business

Two Rutgers-led studies examine why some employees decide to quit their job and start a small business, even if they have tried and failed in the past.

Here's One Way to Deal With the AI Talent Shortage
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Here's One Way to Deal With the AI Talent Shortage

AI-powered drug discovery company Absci opened a research center in New York City last week to help attract talent.

'Job for Life' Loses Appeal For Japanese
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'Job for Life' Loses Appeal For Japanese

Japan's traditional job-for-life model is eroding, with pressure now coming from workers who want more flexibility, autonomy, and control over their careers.

Best Tech Podcasts: Listen and Learn
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Best Tech Podcasts: Listen and Learn

Informative and fun, tech podcasts deliver news and insights about the diverse and ever-changing world of technology.

Computer Scientist Creates African-American STEM Doll to Inspire Youth
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Computer Scientist Creates African-American STEM Doll to Inspire Youth

Computer scientist Bukola Somide has create Somi, an interactive African-American STEM doll, that speaks to youth about computer science.

How a Shopping Mall Trip Inspired Me to Work in Neuro-Symbolic AI
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How a Shopping Mall Trip Inspired Me to Work in Neuro-Symbolic AI

I'll never forget the time — at just six years of age — when my father showed me a toy robot holding a tray and told me that very soon there will be actual robot...

Scientists Turn a Hydrogen Molecule Into a Quantum Sensor
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Scientists Turn a Hydrogen Molecule Into a Quantum Sensor

Physicists at the University of California, Irvine have demonstrated the use of a hydrogen molecule as a quantum sensor in a terahertz laser-equipped scanning tunneling...

Cyber Chiefs Try New Tricks to Attract Talent
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Cyber Chiefs Try New Tricks to Attract Talent

Cybersecurity and risk executives are using non-traditional means to attract talent, including seeking candidates without degrees or technology backgrounds.

Professor Creates Computer Access for Users of All Abilities
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Professor Creates Computer Access for Users of All Abilities

A love of online role-playing and virtual environments has helped Clark University Professor of Computer Science John Magee discover ways to enhance human-computer...

Women Achieve Double-Digit Gains in Tech Leadership Roles
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Women Achieve Double-Digit Gains in Tech Leadership Roles

Women in technology leadership are making the fastest advances as the industry slowly shrinks its gender gap, and roughly one in four of these positions at large...

Top 10 Tech Jobs for Extroverts
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Top 10 Tech Jobs for Extroverts

The IT field may be considered an introvert haven, but tech jobs require teamwork and some of them are great for extroverts.

Girls' Early Edge in Language Arts May Explain STEM Gender Gap
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Girls' Early Edge in Language Arts May Explain STEM Gender Gap

Women may self-select out of STEM fields partly as a result of receiving more early-childhood reinforcement in language arts, where girls have a comparative advantage...

'Age Is No Bar' for 59-Year-Old in Master's Certificate Program
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'Age Is No Bar' for 59-Year-Old in Master's Certificate Program

Shubhra Das, an IT professional and educator from Kolkata, India, enrolled in a graduate certificate program at the University of Illinois at age 59, marking her...

Tool Predicts If Your Job Is at Risk From Automation
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Tool Predicts If Your Job Is at Risk From Automation

Researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne and the University of Lausanne have developed an algorithm which assesses the risk of a job being...

Time to Rethink the Scientific CV
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Time to Rethink the Scientific CV

There's a growing call to revamp the academic CV used to support applications for scientific jobs, funding, promotions, and awards.

Japan Aims for 10M Quantum Technology Users by 2030
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Japan Aims for 10M Quantum Technology Users by 2030

Japan plans to have 10 million people using quantum technology by 2030, and will add two new research sites to explore industrial applications.

Understanding Software Engineering Salaries in 2022
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Understanding Software Engineering Salaries in 2022

Online employment marketplace Hired's 2022 State of Software Engineers report found mounting cyberattacks last year raised demand for security engineers.

Keywords Can Hack the Hiring Process
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Keywords Can Hack the Hiring Process

An algorithm that uses job-specific keywords can help applicants improve their position by at least 16 spots on average in a pool of 100 applicants, according to...

Is Tech Getting Older or Less Ageist?
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Is Tech Getting Older or Less Ageist?

As technology becomes essential for every industry, companies may be coming to value older workers more.

What I Learned Teaching a Stanford CS Class to High School Students
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What I Learned Teaching a Stanford CS Class to High School Students

Stanford offered an introductory computer science class to more than 200 talented high school students from around the country this past fall.
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