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Tough Job Interviews Make Candidates More Likely to Take the Offer
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Tough Job Interviews Make Candidates More Likely to Take the Offer

Job seekers tend to accept offers for professional and technical positions at a higher rate when job interviews are more challenging, Glassdoor data show.

Tech Firms Send Employees Into New York Classrooms
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Tech Firms Send Employees Into New York Classrooms

New York City tech companies are hungry for new hires, with some even sending their own workers into college classrooms to make sure students have the skills they...

Tech Giants Hunt for AI Startups – And the Brains Behind Them
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Tech Giants Hunt for AI Startups – And the Brains Behind Them

Technology giants are opening their checkbooks to purchase artificial intelligence startups to land talent and keep pace in the hot field.

Cigna Uses AI to Check if Patients Are Taking Their Medications
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Cigna Uses AI to Check if Patients Are Taking Their Medications

Health insurer Cigna is expanding an AI-based system it acquired with its purchase of Express Scripts. Early results showed success in helping patients with chronic...

Amazon Retrains More of Its Staff For Digital Future
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Amazon Retrains More of Its Staff For Digital Future

Amazon is in the midst of retraining a third of its U.S. workforce to prepare for new types of work. One of the challenges, management experts say, is determining...

China's Efforts to Lead the Way in AI Start in Its Classrooms
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China's Efforts to Lead the Way in AI Start in Its Classrooms

A growing number of classrooms in China are equipped with artificial-intelligence cameras and brain-wave trackers. Many parents and teachers see them as tools to...

America's Got Talent, Just Not Enough in IT
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America's Got Talent, Just Not Enough in IT

Most large U.S. enterprises are struggling to find enough IT talent to meet their needs.

The Next Hot Job: Pretending to Be a Robot
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The Next Hot Job: Pretending to Be a Robot

The proliferation of not-yet-autonomous technologies is driving a tiny but growing need for human robot-minders.

Interns' Job Prospects Constrained by Noncompete Agreements
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Interns' Job Prospects Constrained by Noncompete Agreements

Increasingly interns are being asked to sign noncompete, nondisclosure, and forced arbitration agreements that critics argue hamper young people's job opportunities...

Videogame Skills Score With Employers
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Videogame Skills Score With Employers

Once associated with antisocial behavior or immaturity, gaming savvy now translates into welcome workplace capabilities.

American Entrepreneurs Who Flocked to China Are Heading Home, Disillusioned
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American Entrepreneurs Who Flocked to China Are Heading Home, Disillusioned

Fifteen years ago in California, a tall technology geek named Steve Mushero started writing a book that predicted the American dream might soon "be found only in...

Amazon, Google Poised for Race to Hire High-Tech Talent
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Amazon, Google Poised for Race to Hire High-Tech Talent

Amazon and Google are respectively planning to recruit Microsoft C#- and Java-savvy engineers and Python users in a fierce competition for technology talent.

In Facebook's Effort to Fight Fake News, Human Fact-Checkers Struggle to Keep ­p
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In Facebook's Effort to Fight Fake News, Human Fact-Checkers Struggle to Keep ­p

At Facebook Inc. headquarters in Silicon Valley this week, engineers and researchers huddled around computers in a newly configured "war room" to fight misinformation...

Self-Driving Technology Threatens Nearly 300,000 Trucking Jobs, Report Says
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Self-Driving Technology Threatens Nearly 300,000 Trucking Jobs, Report Says

Autonomous driving technology could replace some 294,000 long-distance truck drivers over the next 25 years, a lighter impact than some have predicted but one that...

The End of Employees
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The End of Employees

Never before have American companies tried so hard to employ so few people. The shift is radically altering what it means to be a company and a worker.

The ­-2 Spy Plane Is Still Flying Combat Missions 60 Years After Its Debut
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The ­-2 Spy Plane Is Still Flying Combat Missions 60 Years After Its Debut

Six decades after the U-2 flew its first mission, the military is trying to harness artificial-intelligence technology to enhance the venerable spy plane's combat...

Disabled Videogamers Get a New Controller
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Disabled Videogamers Get a New Controller

Microsoft Corp. is making a videogame controller designed for people with disabilities, the latest in a growing number of industry efforts to accommodate players...

The 15 People Who Keep Wikipedia's Editors From Killing Each Other
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The 15 People Who Keep Wikipedia's Editors From Killing Each Other

Wikipedia editors got locked in a dispute several months ago about the biographical summary boxes that sit atop some pages of the online encyclopedia. The tiff...

Next Worry for Facebook: Disenchanted ­sers
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Next Worry for Facebook: Disenchanted ­sers

Facebook Inc.'s handling of user data has upset lawmakers and regulators in multiple countries. But the biggest risk to its business could come from angry users...

Targeting China, Trump Threatens Student Visas. That Would Hit a Big ­.S. Export
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Targeting China, Trump Threatens Student Visas. That Would Hit a Big ­.S. Export

The Trump administration's proposed crackdown on China's trade practices could hit one sector where the U.S. runs a big trade surplus: higher education.
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