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Gender Gap in Seattle Tech Largely the Same Over Past Decade
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Gender Gap in Seattle Tech Largely the Same Over Past Decade

The gender gap in Seattle's tech jobs hasn't changed much in the past decade, and is wider than the national average.

Microsoft Boosts Pay in Effort to Keep Top Talent
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Microsoft Boosts Pay in Effort to Keep Top Talent

Microsoft said it would "nearly double" its salary budget and increase the range of employee stock compensation by at least 25% as it looks to reward its workforce...

Congress Urged to Ease Immigration for Foreign Science Talent
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Congress Urged to Ease Immigration for Foreign Science Talent

More than four dozen former national security leaders are calling on Congress to exempt international advanced technical degree holders from green card caps in...

Employers Will Keep Monitoring Software on Workers When They Return to the Office
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Employers Will Keep Monitoring Software on Workers When They Return to the Office

Monitoring software introduced to track WFH employees during the pandemic is becoming a new normal for white-collar employers as workers return to the office.

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...

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...

Tech Sanctions Press Russia to 'Reinvent' Ways to Work
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Tech Sanctions Press Russia to 'Reinvent' Ways to Work

Russian companies are increasingly searching for locally developed alternatives to Western hardware and software amid sanctions.

Empowering Workers Can Backfire, Lead to Unethical Behavior
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Empowering Workers Can Backfire, Lead to Unethical Behavior

A study from North Carolina State University warns that institutional obstacles that make it harder for empowered workers to do their jobs well can actually lead...

Tech Companies Offer Highest Paying Internships in 2022
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Tech Companies Offer Highest Paying Internships in 2022

Tech companies account for 17 of the 25 companies offering the highest-paying internships in the United States in 2022, according to Glassdoor.

Coalition Eyes High-Value Quantum Jobs
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Coalition Eyes High-Value Quantum Jobs

Sandia National Laboratories, The University of New Mexico, and Los Alamos National Laboratory announced the Quantum New Mexico Coalition aimed at bringing quantum...

Gender Pay Gap on DevOps Teams Is Slowly Closing
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Gender Pay Gap on DevOps Teams Is Slowly Closing

The pay gap between men and women working on DevOps teams is slowly closing, according to The State of DevOps Report 2021 from Puppet.

Russia Sees Tech Brain Drain, Other Nations Hope to Gain
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Russia Sees Tech Brain Drain, Other Nations Hope to Gain

Some countries view the exodus of technology workers from Russia as an opportunity to refresh expertise in their own high-tech industries.

Workshop Tackles Lab-to-Market Hardware Technology Gap
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Workshop Tackles Lab-to-Market Hardware Technology Gap

A virtual workshop co-hosted by MIT, SUNY, and RPI addressed the growing gap in the transition from lab to market for new semiconductor and microelectronics technology...

Employee Stole, Resold $40M of Yale Med Computer Equipment
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Employee Stole, Resold $40M of Yale Med Computer Equipment

An administrator at Yale Medical School admitted stealing and reselling tens of millions of dollars of school computer equipment.

Russians Are Racing to Download Wikipedia Before It Gets Banned
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Russians Are Racing to Download Wikipedia Before It Gets Banned

Data suggests that Russians are downloading and making local copies of Wikipedia, following reports that Russia's censorship office had threatened to block it. ...

Computer Programmers Taking Aim at Russia's Propaganda Wall
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Computer Programmers Taking Aim at Russia's Propaganda Wall

Computer programmers and volunteer "information warriors" are attempting to counter Russian propaganda and information suppression concerning the Ukraine invasion...

China's Gig Workers Are Challenging Their Algorithmic Bosses
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China's Gig Workers Are Challenging Their Algorithmic Bosses

Gig workers in China are using food-delivery platforms' data-driven systems, mass WeChat groups, and unofficial unions to fight unfair conditions.

IT Technician Jailed for Revenge Cyber Attacks
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IT Technician Jailed for Revenge Cyber Attacks

A resentful IT technician in the U.K. was sentenced to prison for launching cyber assaults against two of his former employers after he was dismissed by both.

The Four-Day Week Is Flawed. Workers Still Want It
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The Four-Day Week Is Flawed. Workers Still Want It

Employees generally approve of four-day workweeks, but say there are downsides to high-intensity work.

Academic Publisher Embeds Unique Code in Every PDF Download
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Academic Publisher Embeds Unique Code in Every PDF Download

Elsevier says it helps prevent ransomware, but security researchers say the unique fingerprint the academic publisher adds to every download could be used to identify...
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