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Girls' Early Edge in Language Arts May Explain STEM Gender Gap
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Girls' Early Edge in Language Arts May Explain STEM Gender Gap

Women may self-select out of STEM fields partly as a result of receiving more early-childhood reinforcement in language arts, where girls have a comparative advantage...

'Age Is No Bar' for 59-Year-Old in Master's Certificate Program
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'Age Is No Bar' for 59-Year-Old in Master's Certificate Program

Shubhra Das, an IT professional and educator from Kolkata, India, enrolled in a graduate certificate program at the University of Illinois at age 59, marking her...

Tool Predicts If Your Job Is at Risk From Automation
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Tool Predicts If Your Job Is at Risk From Automation

Researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne and the University of Lausanne have developed an algorithm which assesses the risk of a job being...

Time to Rethink the Scientific CV
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Time to Rethink the Scientific CV

There's a growing call to revamp the academic CV used to support applications for scientific jobs, funding, promotions, and awards.

Japan Aims for 10M Quantum Technology Users by 2030
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Japan Aims for 10M Quantum Technology Users by 2030

Japan plans to have 10 million people using quantum technology by 2030, and will add two new research sites to explore industrial applications.

Understanding Software Engineering Salaries in 2022
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Understanding Software Engineering Salaries in 2022

Online employment marketplace Hired's 2022 State of Software Engineers report found mounting cyberattacks last year raised demand for security engineers.

Keywords Can Hack the Hiring Process
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Keywords Can Hack the Hiring Process

An algorithm that uses job-specific keywords can help applicants improve their position by at least 16 spots on average in a pool of 100 applicants, according to...

Is Tech Getting Older or Less Ageist?
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Is Tech Getting Older or Less Ageist?

As technology becomes essential for every industry, companies may be coming to value older workers more.

What I Learned Teaching a Stanford CS Class to High School Students
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What I Learned Teaching a Stanford CS Class to High School Students

Stanford offered an introductory computer science class to more than 200 talented high school students from around the country this past fall.

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.

Mathematical Shortcut Estimates Quantum Coherence Time
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Mathematical Shortcut Estimates Quantum Coherence Time

Scientists have uncovered a mathematical shortcut for approximating in an instant a material's quantum coherence time.

Bringing Together the Next Generation of Quantum Coders
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Bringing Together the Next Generation of Quantum Coders

iQuHACK 2022, MIT's third annual quantum computing hackathon held virtually earlier this year, gave 400 participants from 57 countries the chance to code on real...

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.

Has the Data Science Field Become Less Competitive?
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Has the Data Science Field Become Less Competitive?

A few mild yet significant signs indicate that data science as a job might be losing its sheen.

The Rise of the Triple Peak Day
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The Rise of the Triple Peak Day

Researchers at Microsoft have found that a third productivity peak has emerged for some knowledge workers in the hours before bedtime, an addition to the traditional...

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...

Competitive Salaries Heat Up As Companies Fight for Software Engineers
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Competitive Salaries Heat Up As Companies Fight for Software Engineers

Companies are raising wages, offering more remote positions, and increasingly competing at a global level to attract software engineers of all stripes, according...

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.
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