Tag Archives: Jeanne Bonds

#WorkTriangle: America’s new brainpower cities

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#Workforce: “Not your Father’s STEM job” Women with #STEM degrees are revolutionizing STEM careers

Much has been written about the need to encourage women to embark on careers in STEM—science, technology, engineering, and math—and fill the demand for future STEM employment.   

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#JOBS: According to Intuit, over 40% of American workforce is going to be comprised of freelancers by 2020

On Forbes, Six Ways to Combat the Death of Long-Term Unemployment

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#RenewableEnergy: The Solutions Project: 50 states | 50 plans. Benefits of 100% clean energy.

Click on a state to launch an interactive experience showcasing the benefits of a transition to 100% clean, renewable energy. In June of 2011, a scientist, an actor, a banker and a filmmaker were sitting around a table talking about … Continue reading

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Plain Talk, 2013

  Plain Talk about the people, the process and the facts so you can  make an informed decision.  

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A new bathroom. Furloughs.Contingencies: What if ?

What if Governor Pat McCrory and Secretary Aldona Wos (Dept. of Health and Human Services) really don’t understand the complex formulas and regulations that intertwine federal and state dollars at the state’s largest department, DHHS? What if Wos and McCrory … Continue reading

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McCrory, Media and Mayhem: Behind Closed Doors

Last week the Governor invited select radio and television news directors to a closed door (no camera) session where he sought to enlist their support in “positive news” about state government. Two cabinet secretaries, whose departments have provided a non … Continue reading

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