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Multiverse Apprenticeships

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   The world of education and work is drastically changing. According to the Department of Labor, apprenticeships have been growing steadily over the last ten years compared Read more

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Volkswagen’s View of What Soaring Energy Prices Mean for the Road
December 2, 2022

2022 Energy prices have soared, making it costly to heat homes and other indoor areas. With winter quickly approaching, many Europeans are bracing for a difficult season. According to German automotive giant Volkswagen, these energy costs are also severely impacting electric vehicle production on the continent. Michael Davies, Founder of Green Econometrics breaks down all […]

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Why the True Winners of This Holiday Season Are the Consumers
December 2, 2022

Online sales were up in 2022, and this year the United States broke sales records for both Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Consumers are continuing to spend and buy despite the coming recession that many experts are warning of. Lisa Miller believes that the true winners of this holiday season are the consumers who are […]

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Shake Shack Kiosks Are the Latest Innovation for 35 Locations
December 2, 2022

Shake Shack kiosks are the path forward with the company announcing 35 locations under construction for the digital ordering system, as reported by QSR. A total of 10–15 drive-thrus, walk-up windows, core buildings, food courts, and disruption of typical fast-food giant real estates such as roadside pull-offs and stadiums, have been planned. Sam Oches, Editor […]

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Multiverse Apprenticeships
November 16, 2022
   The world of education and work is drastically changing. According to the Department of Labor, apprenticeships have been growing steadily over the last ten years compared Read more
Predicting Consumer Behavior and Recruiting Employees Are More Similar Than You’d Think
February 2, 2022
On MarketScale's newest retail-focused podcast, Point of Scale, host Courtney Johnson sits down with retail leaders in order to understand the challenges they face throughout their sales cycle Read more
US Economy Adds 943,000 Jobs in July, Far Exceeding Expectations
August 11, 2021
The Bureau of Labor Statistics released the encouraging data on Aug. 6. Economists had predicted an addition of 870,000 jobs in July. Data for June was also updated and showed Read more
Nokia Today: Empowering Veterans to Join the Teams Powering the 5G Rollout
July 27, 2020
  The continued rollout of robust 5G networks across the United States comes with a major challenge – finding the labor force to make the critical buildout of those networks Read more