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How WFH Workers Spend Their Time
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How WFH Workers Spend Their Time

A survey of 1,000 Americans who worked from home over the past two years found that 56% had scrolled through social media for than 30 minutes, 55% had watched television...

AI Will Help Older Adults' Participation in Research
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AI Will Help Older Adults' Participation in Research

Researchers from Florida State University are studying artificial intelligence-based approaches to recruiting and retaining older adults to participate in research...

Congress Urged to Ease Immigration for Foreign Science Talent
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Congress Urged to Ease Immigration for Foreign Science Talent

More than four dozen former national security leaders are calling on Congress to exempt international advanced technical degree holders from green card caps in...

Employers Will Keep Monitoring Software on Workers When They Return to the Office
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Employers Will Keep Monitoring Software on Workers When They Return to the Office

Monitoring software introduced to track WFH employees during the pandemic is becoming a new normal for white-collar employers as workers return to the office.

Coupons and Other Marketing Gimmicks Come to Higher Ed
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Coupons and Other Marketing Gimmicks Come to Higher Ed

Coupons, limited time offers, and other marketing gimmicks have become common as the Internet has become flooded with online course providers promising to help...

Tackling the Tech Skills Gap Through Training
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Tackling the Tech Skills Gap Through Training

Retaining good people is a strategic priority in the face of IT skills shortages, raising the importance of improving skills and training, says Pluralsight's Sean...

'I Used to Run a Pub, Now I Work in Tech'
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'I Used to Run a Pub, Now I Work in Tech'

Career changers explain why they made the switch to IT.

Google Makes $100,000 Worth of Tech Training Free to Every U.S. Business
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Google Makes $100,000 Worth of Tech Training Free to Every U.S. Business

Google will cover the cost of online courses in data analytics, design, and other tech skills for up to 500 workers at any U.S. business free of charge.

NSF Funds Consortium to Create Talent for EV Industry
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NSF Funds Consortium to Create Talent for EV Industry

The REVVED consortium is receiving $2.83 million from the U.S. National Science Foundation to develop a workforce that can build and service electric and autonomous...

To Win the Next War, the Pentagon Needs Nerds
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To Win the Next War, the Pentagon Needs Nerds

Data scientists, coders, and other techies could prove decisive in future conflicts — if Uncle Sam can recruit them.

Grant Will Establish Open-Source Software Center
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Grant Will Establish Open-Source Software Center

A $704,482 grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation will establish the Saint Louis University Open-Source Software Center.

Pentagon Taps Industry Exec as AI Chief
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Pentagon Taps Industry Exec as AI Chief

The U.S. Department of Defense has named Craig Martell, the head of machine learning at Lyft, as its Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Officer. 

More Cheating Than Ever in 2021 Academic and Professional Exams
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More Cheating Than Ever in 2021 Academic and Professional Exams

Academic and professional exam test-takers nationwide cheated more in 2021 than ever before, according to a report by Meazure Learning.  

Why Employees Quit and Start Their Own Business
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Why Employees Quit and Start Their Own Business

Two Rutgers-led studies examine why some employees decide to quit their job and start a small business, even if they have tried and failed in the past.

Here's One Way to Deal With the AI Talent Shortage
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Here's One Way to Deal With the AI Talent Shortage

AI-powered drug discovery company Absci opened a research center in New York City last week to help attract talent.

'Job for Life' Loses Appeal For Japanese
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'Job for Life' Loses Appeal For Japanese

Japan's traditional job-for-life model is eroding, with pressure now coming from workers who want more flexibility, autonomy, and control over their careers.

How a Shopping Mall Trip Inspired Me to Work in Neuro-Symbolic AI
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How a Shopping Mall Trip Inspired Me to Work in Neuro-Symbolic AI

I'll never forget the time — at just six years of age — when my father showed me a toy robot holding a tray and told me that very soon there will be actual robot...

Cyber Chiefs Try New Tricks to Attract Talent
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Cyber Chiefs Try New Tricks to Attract Talent

Cybersecurity and risk executives are using non-traditional means to attract talent, including seeking candidates without degrees or technology backgrounds.

Women Achieve Double-Digit Gains in Tech Leadership Roles
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Women Achieve Double-Digit Gains in Tech Leadership Roles

Women in technology leadership are making the fastest advances as the industry slowly shrinks its gender gap, and roughly one in four of these positions at large...
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