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'Work From Home' Gives Silicon Valley an Edge in Talent War
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'Work From Home' Gives Silicon Valley an Edge in Talent War

The pandemic spurred leading tech companies to embrace "work from anywhere" policies, now smaller firms far from the coasts are feeling the pinch.

84% of Tech Workers Report Their Products Aren't Inclusive
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84% of Tech Workers Report Their Products Aren't Inclusive

A report on inclusivity in tech from the Capgemini Research Institute reveals that 84% of all tech employees say their products are not inclusive.

Women In Crypto Field Say They Can Disrupt the Bitcoin 'Bro' Problem
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Women In Crypto Field Say They Can Disrupt the Bitcoin 'Bro' Problem

Despite the bitcoin "bro" culture proliferating on social media, women in the crypto sphere say the digital currency's anonymity can help them find a place in the...

Tech Pay Survey Shows Power Shift to Employees
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Tech Pay Survey Shows Power Shift to Employees

A survey about compensation and workplace practices shows how the balance of power is shifting toward employees.

China Will Give Female Scientists Priority in Recruitment and Research Funding
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China Will Give Female Scientists Priority in Recruitment and Research Funding

Female researchers will be given priority for talent recruitment and research funding grants provided they are "as excellent as their male counterparts," according...

House Bill Would Define Software and Data Roles at Federal Agencies
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House Bill Would Define Software and Data Roles at Federal Agencies

Legislation before the U.S. House of Representatives would define roles for software development, software engineering, data management, and knowledge management...

The Top Tech Salaries in the U.S. in 2021
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The Top Tech Salaries in the U.S. in 2021

Tech workers in the United States can earn from 20% to 85% more than the average salary of other workers, with the highest-paying tech jobs averaging from $80,000...

Indian Talent Moving to Canada Due to Outdated H1B Visa Policy, Experts Say
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Indian Talent Moving to Canada Due to Outdated H1B Visa Policy, Experts Say

Sought-after Indian technical talent is moving to Canada from the United States due to the outdated U.S. immigration policies, particularly on H-1B visas, experts...

How Levi's AI Bootcamp Homegrows Data Science Talent
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How Levi's AI Bootcamp Homegrows Data Science Talent

Levi Strauss & Co. recently graduated 43 non-technical employees from its inaugural Machine Learning Bootcamp, an effort to bring data science to every corner of...

HR's Role in Understanding and Mitigating AI Bias
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HR's Role in Understanding and Mitigating AI Bias

AI offers obvious benefits for HR while introducing serious challenges. One of the most difficult aspects to address is AI-induced bias, which can lead to discrimination...

China's Internet Giants Are Losing Their Luster for Computer Science Grads
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China's Internet Giants Are Losing Their Luster for Computer Science Grads

The big names that once attracted ambitious STEM talent in China are starting to lose some luster.

Developers Are Moving From Java 8 to Java 11
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Developers Are Moving From Java 8 to Java 11

More developers are using Java 11 than Java 8 in production, according to the JVM Ecosystem Report 2021, marking a shift from earlier surveys which showed developers...

Facing Skilled Worker Shortage, U.S. Companies Try to Train Their Own Labor Pools
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Facing Skilled Worker Shortage, U.S. Companies Try to Train Their Own Labor Pools

Strapped for talent, an increasing number of employers are reconsidering degree requirements and adopting on-the-job training programs more common in blue-collar...

83% of Developers Suffer From Burnout, Study Finds
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83% of Developers Suffer From Burnout, Study Finds

Eighty-three percent of software developers suffer from workplace burnout, according to a study from Haystack Analytics.

How to Assemble a Diverse, High-Performing Team
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How to Assemble a Diverse, High-Performing Team

Managers at businesses that have made a public commitment to diversity face a paradox: varied perspectives can add value, and cause friction.

Apple Expands Outside of Silicon Valley As It Struggles to Recruit, Retain Talent
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Apple Expands Outside of Silicon Valley As It Struggles to Recruit, Retain Talent

Apple Inc. is ramping up efforts to decentralize out of Silicon Valley, recognizing that hiring and retaining talent will be one of the biggest challenges to its...

Four-Day Work Week 'An Overwhelming Success' In Iceland
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Four-Day Work Week 'An Overwhelming Success' In Iceland

Trials of a four-day work week in Iceland found that productivity remained the same or improved in the majority of workplaces, and led to many workers moving to...

Old Programming Languages Still Critical, But Nobody Wants to Learn Them
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Old Programming Languages Still Critical, But Nobody Wants to Learn Them

Large organizations that rely on aging IT systems and programming languages face an urgent skills shortage as older developers retire — and take their expertise...

University Abandons Impact Factor in Hiring and Promotion Decisions
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University Abandons Impact Factor in Hiring and Promotion Decisions

Utrecht University is formally abandoning the impact factor — a standard measure of scientific success — in all hiring and promotion decisions.

NASA Is Using Data Science to Fill Its Data Science Skills Gap
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NASA Is Using Data Science to Fill Its Data Science Skills Gap

NASA is creating a workforce talent-mapping database to identify the data skills that exist and are required for all kinds of projects within the space agency. ...
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