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America’s new brainpower cities
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.
#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
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
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
A few weeks ago I wrote in the New York Times that North Carolinians were so distracted by legislation they had no time to focus on what may be coming in a state budget. Our state struggles with the fifth-highest unemployment … Continue reading
North Carolinians Are Struggling When our state has the fifth-highest unemployment rate in the U.S., many residents are just getting by, not focused on the harmful cuts being considered.