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Study Reveals Scale of 'Science Scam' in Academic Publishing
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Study Reveals Scale of 'Science Scam' in Academic Publishing

One in five articles published in scientific journals may contain faked data produced by unauthorized "paper mills" that are paid to fabricate submissions, a study...

You May Be Guilting Yourself Short in Salary Negotiations
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You May Be Guilting Yourself Short in Salary Negotiations

Employers that use "social impact framing" to emphasize the societal benefit of their company's work may weaken prospective employees' position during salary negotiations...

Computer Science Leads The List Of Most Lucrative College Majors
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Computer Science Leads The List Of Most Lucrative College Majors

An analysis of how much college graduates earn shows that computer science tops the list of the most lucrative undergraduate degrees, according to data from the...

Research Finds No Gender Bias in Academic Science
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Research Finds No Gender Bias in Academic Science

Claims of widespread gender bias in tenure-track hiring, grant funding, and journal acceptances in the academic sciences are not supported by data, according to...

Despite Layoffs, Highest-Paying U.S. Internships Are Still In Tech
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Despite Layoffs, Highest-Paying U.S. Internships Are Still In Tech

The highest-paying U.S. internships are still in tech, despite the industry's mass layoffs and shift to austerity in recent months.

Tech Companies Move to Cut Middle Managers
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Tech Companies Move to Cut Middle Managers

Tech companies are cutting middle managers after hiring them in droves during the pandemic, focusing on improved efficiency and reducing costs.

Advice for Developers: Give a Lot of Notice When You Quit
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Advice for Developers: Give a Lot of Notice When You Quit

If you're a competent software engineer in good standing at your company, giving more than two weeks' notice when quitting is usually a win for everyone.

Long-Term Mentoring for Computer Science Researchers
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Long-Term Mentoring for Computer Science Researchers

Reaching out across computer science research communities.

A Career Built on Using Technology to Help Others
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A Career Built on Using Technology to Help Others

Everyone deserves the access and opportunity to have a good and fulfilling life. Technologies can only contribute toward this goal when they are designed from an...

'Queue Jumpers' Who Retire Early Are Catching Companies Off Guard
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'Queue Jumpers' Who Retire Early Are Catching Companies Off Guard

More healthy older workers are leaving their jobs earlier than in previous generations, creating consequences for their employers.

Hustlers Exploit ChatGPT To Take On More Full-Time Jobs
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Hustlers Exploit ChatGPT To Take On More Full-Time Jobs

A small cohort of fast-thinking and occasionally devious go-getters is using AI technology like ChatGPT and similar products to help juggle multiple full-time jobs...

Recruiters Are Asking Laid-Off Tech Workers to Return As Contractors
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Recruiters Are Asking Laid-Off Tech Workers to Return As Contractors

Recruiters are asking workers who were laid off at some of Seattle's biggest tech companies to return to the same company for contract positions at a lower salary...

Tech Workers Seek Jobs Outside Tech
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Tech Workers Seek Jobs Outside Tech

Engineers and other workers who once prized jobs at the tech industry's best-known companies are now finding positions with smaller and midsize firms in non-tech...

Some Meta Salaries Approach $1M for Metaverse Projects
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Some Meta Salaries Approach $1M for Metaverse Projects

Meta is paying exorbitant salary packages approaching $1 million to programmers capable of building virtual reality-powered games, apps, and technology, according...

Layoffs Are Making Tech Less Diverse
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Layoffs Are Making Tech Less Diverse

Women and ethnic minorities are more likely than male colleagues to lose their jobs in tech sector layoffs.

Where the AI Jobs Are
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Where the AI Jobs Are

California was the top U.S. state for AI-related hiring in 2022, with more than 142,000 positions posted, according to the 2023 AI Index Report from Stanford University's...

Less Than Half of U.S. Workers Use All Their Vacation Days
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Less Than Half of U.S. Workers Use All Their Vacation Days

Fear of falling behind or of hurting their chance for promotion are factors that keep more than half of U.S. workers from using all of their vacation days, according...

How Russia Killed Its Tech Industry
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How Russia Killed Its Tech Industry

Tech workers who left Russia after the invasion of Ukraine warn it is being isolated, cut off from the global tech industry, research, funding, scientific exchanges...

Fully Remote Work May Be A Relic of the Past, Report Says
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Fully Remote Work May Be A Relic of the Past, Report Says

The number of workers in the U.S. who have left remote work behind and returned to the office full-time is on the rise, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics...

The Anatomy of Your Salary
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The Anatomy of Your Salary

Your salary is largely disconnected from how valuable your job is to your employer or society.
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