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Discrimination Still Plagues Science
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Discrimination Still Plagues Science

Scientific institutions worldwide need to do more to improve workplace diversity, equity, and inclusion, according to Nature's 2021 salary and job satisfaction...

It's Time to Get Rid of the IT Department
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It's Time to Get Rid of the IT Department

CIOs, as heads of IT departments, are frequently reduced to running a metaphorical island with its own management hierarchy and budget. That's a recipe for disaster...

Chinese Students Rescue Quantum Computer from Late-Night Disaster
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Chinese Students Rescue Quantum Computer from Late-Night Disaster

Water leaking through the ceiling of a Chinese national research facility might have destroyed a new-generation quantum computer under construction if not for the...

Managers Are Losing Confidence in Their Tech Teams
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Managers Are Losing Confidence in Their Tech Teams

One in five IT decision makers have little or no confidence in their teams' ability to bring about positive change in their departments over the next five years...

Great Resignation? Tech Workers Try a Great Reconsideration Instead
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Great Resignation? Tech Workers Try a Great Reconsideration Instead

Tech workers at companies offering remote-work products or services have faced higher demand, along with higher expectations from customers, throughout the pandemic...

Kids and Teens Believe Girls Aren't Interested in Computer Science
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Kids and Teens Believe Girls Aren't Interested in Computer Science

Children as young as age six develop ideas that girls are less interested than boys in computer science and engineering — stereotypes that can extend into the late...

Wearable Tech Confirms Wear-and-Tear of Work Commute
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Wearable Tech Confirms Wear-and-Tear of Work Commute

A study of commuting and job performance shows how wearable sensing technology can predict individual work quality based on the daily grind of commuting.

Stop Asking About Salary History, Employers Urged
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Stop Asking About Salary History, Employers Urged

Asking job candidates about previous pay when recruiting contributes to the gender pay gap by replicating pay gaps from other organizations, according to a study...

Developers Are Better With Automation and Reusable Code, Report Says
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Developers Are Better With Automation and Reusable Code, Report Says

Software teams are changing their coding processes to fit the new dynamics of remote work, according to GitHub's 2021 State of the Octoverse.

DHS Announces Program to Attract and Retain Cybersecurity Talent
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DHS Announces Program to Attract and Retain Cybersecurity Talent

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has launched a program to find and hire cybersecurity professionals.

NYC Legislation Requires 'Bias Audit' of AI Hiring Tools
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NYC Legislation Requires 'Bias Audit' of AI Hiring Tools

A bill passed by the New York City Council will require providers of AI-assisted employment tools to have those systems evaluated each year and the results provided...

Why Aren't Professors Taught to Teach?
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Why Aren't Professors Taught to Teach?

Professors are experts in their subject matters but many have limited training in actually teaching their students.

Managers Aren't Worried About Keeping IT Workers Happy
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Managers Aren't Worried About Keeping IT Workers Happy

A survey of more than 1,000 IT and business leaders found that only 16% rank employee satisfaction and retention as a top priority.

Why Women Quit Tech
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Why Women Quit Tech

Why are so many highly qualified and experienced women turning their backs on the tech sector that needs them?

Sorry, Gen Z Isn't Going to Solve Your Tech Skills Crisis
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Sorry, Gen Z Isn't Going to Solve Your Tech Skills Crisis

Seventy-two percent of IT leaders believe members of Generation Z (ages 16 to 24) will solve the digital skills shortage, but just 24% of young people view their...

Scholars Debate How to Improve Open Access
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Scholars Debate How to Improve Open Access

While open-access science has made research available worldwide, some scholars worry that misinformation, fraud, and politicization have become rampant in a system...

Teammates' Trustworthiness Can Outweigh Skill Competency, Research Says
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Teammates' Trustworthiness Can Outweigh Skill Competency, Research Says

People who are friendly and trustworthy are more likely to be selected for teams than those who are known for just their skill competency and personal reputation...

Visa Ban Hurts Innovation Edge, U.S. Universities Say
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Visa Ban Hurts Innovation Edge, U.S. Universities Say

Toughened visa requirements for Chinese graduate students and postgraduate researchers are squeezing the flow of talent to U.S. universities.

Works Well With Robots?
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Works Well With Robots?

University of Georgia professor Aaron Schecter has received two grants totaling nearly $2 million from the U.S. Army to study the interplay between human and robotic...

Report Sees Post-Pandemic Hiring Rebound for College Grads
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Report Sees Post-Pandemic Hiring Rebound for College Grads

Employers who had slowed recruiting during the pandemic have accelerated efforts to fill pressing needs, with strong hiring growth is expected in computer services...
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