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The Job Market is Reevaluating Requirements as Skills Begin Taking More Precedence Over College Degrees

College degrees are a highly demanded requirement for many employers, but is that changing? The age-old paradigm of traditional college degree-driven careers is gradually giving way to more skills-based roles, reflecting a significant shift in how society views employability. Research reveals that around 60 percent of Americans do not hold a bachelor’s degree, yet […]

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Despite Labor Shortage in the Workforce, Regular Discrimination Continues to Keep Numbers Low

Today’s world is so fast-paced and digitally-driven, the dynamics of the workforce are evolving at a rapid pace. Yet, as we march forward, we are confronted with an age-old challenge: the lack of diversity and inclusion in job roles. Siloing of jobs based on gender, race, or background is no longer tenable, especially when […]

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Our Workforce and Education Systems Face Monumental Challenges That Call for Reform

Navigating a time marked by swift economic and technological upheavals, understanding the world of work and learning has become more pivotal than ever. It’s crucial to address the “elephant in the room”: our workforce and education systems are lagging behind, not quite prepared for the 21st-century challenges they face.  As discussions revolve around repairing […]

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Talent Acquisition in Supply Chain

The discovery of talent for any field requires a lot more than simple recruiting at times. Whereas the goal of recruiting is to quickly fill a role, the goal of talent acquisition is a continuous recruitment process that requires a lot of strategizing, and also aims to search and maintain talent for the long-haul. When […]

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4 Tips for Breaking into the AV Industry

The AV industry is rapidly growing and offers diverse career opportunities for individuals with different backgrounds and skill sets. From designing and installing audio-visual systems to creating immersive digital experiences, the AV industry encompasses a broad range of roles that require creativity, technical expertise, and innovation. If you are passionate about AV and looking […]

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MarketScale Announces the Return of DisruptED

MarketScale is excited to announce the return of podcast series DisruptED with hosts Ron Stefanski and Caesar Mickens Jr., Ph.D starting Tuesday April 12th, 2022. “DisruptED” is a podcast that understands the reality we live in. Thoughtful, riveting, and uplifting, the show centers on the disruption caused by the pandemic, technology, and globalization in education. […]

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Hiring Picks Up the Pace Despite Lingering COVID Concerns

Even with parts of the country being hit hard by a wave of the Delta variant of COVID-19, the outlook for the jobs market appears to be on an upward swing. In July, nonfarm payrolls skyrocketed, increasing by more than 940,000 as the unemployment rate dipped to just under 5.5%, according to a recent report […]

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Bullying, Suicide, and Society The Unseen Crisis in K-12 Education
April 22, 2024

In a recent episode of the Secured podcast hosted by Mike Matranga and Mike Monsive of ASAP Security Services, the tragic case of a transgender student named Nicks Benedict from Oklahoma grabbed national attention. Benedict, a 16-year-old who identified with he and they pronouns, died by suicide after a bullying incident at school. The […]

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Acoustics CAD Simulation: The Future of Aerospace Design
April 22, 2024

As industries strive to meet stringent noise regulations and enhance acoustic performance, acoustic CAD simulation has become an essential tool in aerospace design. The European Environment Agency reports that noise pollution affects the well-being of millions, emphasizing the need for advanced acoustic solutions to mitigate these effects. What cutting-edge strategies and technologies can address […]

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Forum Mobility Leads Sustainable Supply Chain Revolution with Zero-Emission Vehicles Subscription Model
April 22, 2024

As Earth Day shines a spotlight on environmental stewardship, the conversation around sustainability has extended its roots deep into the veins of the global supply chain. With stringent regulations coming into effect in California, mandating the transition to zero-emission vehicles for port entry, the race to adapt has been catalyzed. This push towards sustainability, […]

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It’s About Time Healthcare Had a Geek Squad
April 22, 2024

As healthcare embraces technological innovation, could bringing a Geek Squad service approach from companies like Best Buy Health lead this transformation? The sector is witnessing a seismic shift with the integration of advanced technology and home-based care. Gastroenterological issues have surged by 20% in the past decade, highlighting the need for this tech-driven approach […]

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Optimizing Staffing in a Dynamic Operation
July 19, 2021

Highmark Health’s Mike Tracy joins host Sergio Reyes to help listeners navigate an ever-more-complex labor landscape.   Staffing and recruiting are difficult enough, particularly when there’s more competition than ever before standing between your organization and finding and retaining top talent. Add in more dynamic operations in the face of a changing labor landscape, hybrid […]

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Biden Calls Jobs Report ‘Great News’ for U.S. Economy
June 6, 2021

Watch below as President Joe Biden speaks about the May jobs report and touts progress in job growth and Covid-19 vaccinations in the first months of his administration. He addressed reporters in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. “The unemployment rate is now below 6% for the first time since the pandemic hit.”   Pres. Biden: Today, we […]

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U.S. Job Openings Surge to Record Highs in April
May 12, 2021

U.S. job openings hit a record high as the number of available positions increased to 8.12 million for the month of April.  Tune in below to watch Bloomberg’s Michael McKee break down the numbers.   McKee: It’s kind of interesting, there’s a lot of inflation fears in markets around the world because labor markets, at […]

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Are Career Certificate Programs the New College Degree in the Eyes of Employers?
April 15, 2021

No matter how old we get, we are always learning and growing. Whether you are celebrating your 30th anniversary with your current employer or just getting started in your career, on-going training and professional learning will always be a necessity. Although technological advancements and targeted occupational training are not new concepts, the pandemic greatly accelerated […]

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Job Growth in U.S. Topped 900,000 in March as Hiring Broadened
April 2, 2021

(Bloomberg) — U.S. employers added the most jobs in seven months with improvement across most industries in March, as more vaccinations and fewer business restrictions supercharged the labor market recovery. Nonfarm payrolls increased by 916,000 last month and February employment was revised up to a 468,000 gain, according to a Labor Department report Friday. The median estimate […]

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Curvebeam Is Looking for Its Next Tech Support Specialist
March 26, 2021

Samantha Irving, Customer Care Manager, and the rest of the Curvebeam team are looking for their newest teammate, and it could be you. The company is looking to hire a Tech Support Specialist, a role that will support one of the tenets of Curvebeam’s approach to doing business – customer support. The ideal candidate, then, […]

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Curvebeam Is Looking for Its Next V&V Engineer
March 26, 2021

Samantha Irving, Verification and Validation Manager, and the rest of the Curvebeam team are looking for their newest teammate, and it could be you. The company is looking to hire a Verification and Validation Engineer, a role that will support the creation of system requirements that are verifiable. “In this role, you would work on […]

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Why Robots Aren’t Taking US Jobs
October 30, 2020

Elevating Manufacturing Begins with Efficiency There’s a common misconception in the manufacturing industry that automation and robots are set to sweep in and take jobs from hard-working humans. That simply isn’t the case. Robots aren’t here to take jobs from Americans. In fact, they are here to make companies more efficient, which keeps jobs here […]

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Jobs Are Out There But Hiring Data Remains Muddy: Business Casual
August 21, 2020

The Trump Administration and ADP (Automatic Data Processing Inc.) have varying figures on the Summer’s hiring data, but one thing is for certain: hiring slowed in July, reported the Washington Post. The slowdown coincides with the coronavirus re-gaining momentum, and the disappointing numbers also come at a pivotal moment as Congress deliberates over a […]

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