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Staying Happy and Motivated in Your Job
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Staying Happy and Motivated in Your Job

If you have a job during this recession, be thankful you do. It could be tough finding another.

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The Real Science Gap

It's not insufficient schooling or a shortage of scientists. It's a lack of job opportunities. Americans need the reasonable hope that spending their youth preparing...

Why Do Women Leave Science And Engineering?
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Why Do Women Leave Science And Engineering?

Increasing the retention rate of women in science, technology, engineering, and math fields could help stem the U.S.'s declining share in world patenting and scientific...

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Flexible Working Tops Benefits Wish List

Flexible working is the most valued benefit for employees, proving far more popular than material perks such as bonuses, according to a new survey carried out...

Silicon Valley Rebound Pressures Tech Hiring
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Silicon Valley Rebound Pressures Tech Hiring

The rebound in tech hiring is forcing tech companies outside Silicon Valley to rethink their recruiting tactics. Companies are expanding employee referral programs...

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Panel to Recommend Certifications for Cybersecurity Workforce

The U.S. Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th Presidency is finalizing a draft report that discusses ways to expand the U.S. government's cybersecurity workforce...

Where Are All the Science Majors?
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Where Are All the Science Majors?

The single largest employment category at Nationwide Insurance has nothing to do with insurance. It is "technology." An entire upper tier of computer scientists...

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Creating Online Professional Learning Communities

By implementing best practices, it is possible to adapt successfully a Professional Learning Community to a virtual environment.

The Seven Deadly Sins of Job-Hunting
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The Seven Deadly Sins of Job-Hunting

Building on his experiences of helping students interview for positions at top U.S. companies, recruiter Vlad Zachary shares his view on what he considers to...

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It Jobs: Data Center Hiring Turns a Corner

Companies will likely hire slightly more data center workers this year, as they face a growing need for individuals who can navigate a wave of new technologies...

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Jump in Enrollments of First-Time, Full-Time S&e Graduate Students

Enrollments of first-time, full-time graduate students in science and engineering programs in the United States reached a record 108,819 in 2008, an increase...

Spelman's Robotics Team De-Programs Bias
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Spelman's Robotics Team De-Programs Bias

Junior Jazmine Miller showed off a soccer-playing robot to prospective members of the Spelman Robotics team. "His name is Charles, he's very difficult. That's...

Engineer Goes from Race Track to Classroom
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Engineer Goes from Race Track to Classroom

Moving from the inner circles of professional automotive racing to the halls of academia has given Andrew Borme the second life he's wanted—teaching a new generation...

Employees More Likely to Cheat with Bonus Incentive Programs
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Employees More Likely to Cheat with Bonus Incentive Programs

Paying employees to perform better can enhance their productivity, but can also entice them to cheat, finds a new study by Ryerson University and University of...

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Cyber Challenge: 10,000 Security Warriors Wanted

The goal of the U.S. Cyber Challenge is to recognize and train a cohort of 10,000 cybersecurity experts to help address gaps in government and industry. 

H-1b Visa Holders Earn More Than ­.s.-Born It Professionals, Study Claims
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H-1b Visa Holders Earn More Than ­.s.-Born It Professionals, Study Claims

A new University of Maryland study found that foreign-born information technology (IT) professionals with temporary skilled worker visas earn more than their U.S...

Illinois Institute of Technology to Provide Apple Ipads to ­ndergraduates
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Illinois Institute of Technology to Provide Apple Ipads to ­ndergraduates

Illinois Institute of Technology will provide all incoming, first-year undergrads with Apple iPads as part of an initiative to integrate new technologies into the...

Nsf Awards STEM Grant to Salisbury ­niversity
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Nsf Awards STEM Grant to Salisbury ­niversity

Salisbury University is working to increase graduates in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines, with the help of a $996,303 National...

Top Tech Professionals Eye the U.s. For Jobs
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Top Tech Professionals Eye the U.s. For Jobs

According to the 2010 Hydrogen Global Professionals on the Move Report, nearly one-quarter (23 percent) of highly skilled experienced technology professionals would...

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Five Rules For Networking Without Looking Desperate

The key to good networking is distinguishing it from asking for a job, a contact, or a personal favor. Keeping in touch is crucial, so that when you need someone...
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