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Women and Financial Stability

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Only 57% of adults in the U.S. are financially literate, according to S&P’s Global FinLit Survey in 2016. Efforts in multiple states in the U.S. are aiming to improve that, with financial Read more


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CONTROLTEK Design Thinking Workshop for Burlington Stores
December 4, 2023

The video captures highlights from the CONTROLTEK Design Thinking Workshop specifically tailored for Burlington Stores. It shows interactive sessions, engaging group activities, and innovative brainstorming, emphasizing CONTROLTEK’s commitment to developing customized retail solutions in collaboration with the Burlington Stores team.

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Enhancing Customer Value Through Innovation: The CONTROLTEK and Davis Bancorp Partnership
December 4, 2023

The collaboration between Davis Bancorp and CONTROLTEK is a shining example of how shared values and commitment can significantly enhance customer interests. This partnership is rooted in a strong foundation of similarities, with both entities being family-owned businesses that prioritize their people, property, and client service quality. CONTROLTEK’s approach is notably innovative and forward-looking. […]

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Advancing Teaching: Reshaping Education in a Post-Pandemic World
December 4, 2023

What approaches must education take in advancing teaching in a post-pandemic world? How can traditional education reshape itself to include a more dynamic, skills-based learning approach? As educational paradigms shift towards nurturing adaptability and critical thinking, leaders in the field are poised to redefine the learning framework to prepare students for a rapidly evolving […]

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Women and Financial Stability
April 12, 2023

Only 57% of adults in the U.S. are financially literate, according to S&P’s Global FinLit Survey in 2016. Efforts in multiple states in the U.S. are aiming to improve that, with financial literacy courses becoming a required part of the high school curriculum. But despite these efforts, financial literacy and financial stability, particularly for minority […]

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With New Research into Hot Flashes During Menopause, Scientists Expand Treatment Options for Women’s Health
February 20, 2023

Hot flashes during menopause, a common symptom of women’s natural midlife biology, affect more than 80% of women. The causes behind these common hot flashes have remained a mystery to scientists for years. However, recent research has revealed a breakthrough in understanding the root cause of these uncomfortable, sweaty episodes. Researchers from The Queen’s Medical […]

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Barriers to Women in Tech Spaces and How to Break Them
February 16, 2023

Previously, education was for only the male gender. Therefore, it is no wonder that women in tech have to work much harder for recognition of their skills. A study from 2020 shows women constituted about 28.8% of the technology workforce, an increase from 25.9% and 26.2% in 2018 and 2019, respectively. It is no […]

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Conversations from the Edge: Women in HVAC Series
September 9, 2021

The HVAC industry has long been male-dominated, but women are joining the field in larger numbers and making an impact. One of those is Brittney Johnson, Maintenance Sales Representative, Commercial Mechanical at Commercial Mechanical Utah. She spoke with Conversations from the Edge host Hilary Kennedy about her career. Johnson explained that after high school, she wasn’t […]

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Conversations from the Edge: The Women Powering the Future of HVAC
May 27, 2021

While the HVAC industry is largely dominated by men, women are seeing their numbers grow in the sector. To talk about diversity and inclusion in HVAC, host Hilary Kennedy welcomed Gwen Smothers, Business Systems and Implementation Manager for Piedmont Service Group, and Ali McGee, Business Systems Assistant for Piedmont Service Group. Women currently account for […]

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Springboard Partners with Women Who Code to Launch Joint Scholarship, Content, and Recruitment Programs
January 5, 2021

Springboard, the pioneer of mentor-led online learning, recently announced a partnership with Women Who Code, an international nonprofit dedicated to empowering women in technology, to introduce the Springboard/Women Who Code scholarship program. Ten scholarships worth $1,000 each will be awarded to women looking to enroll in Springboard’s mentor-guided online courses in software engineering, data science, and […]

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How Women in the Workforce Are Advancing to the C-Suite
October 21, 2020

Host Daniel Litwin was joined by Dr. Rosina Racioppi, a prominent voice for women in the workplace and CEO of WOMEN Unlimited, Inc. WOMEN Unlimited is a mentoring network company for woman in corporate leadership aimed at providing leading corporations with a multi-faceted environment that helps women strengthen the skills they’ll need to become […]

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How Women are Making Waves in the World of Food Processing & Manufacturing
March 3, 2020

Women are changing the way the world does business for the better as they inhabit roles of leadership, jobs in engineering and careers in traditionally male-dominated industries. This is no truer than in the world of food processing and manufacturing. MarketScale’s Food & Beverage Podcast explores how women are making waves in this realm, […]

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Why a Diverse Workforce Matters in Medical Transportation
April 29, 2019

Women make up only 36 percent of the transportation industry’s workforce. But at St. Louis, Missouri-based Medical Transportation Management, they are bucking the trend with innovative ways of attracting a largely female workforce. In fact, a whopping 76 percent of the upper management and workforce at MTM is female. On this episode of the […]

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