Category: Industry

New Density Report Highlights Where Jobs Are and Aren’t Clustering in the US

The trend for the past decade has been for jobs to cluster in already dense urban areas, even more so than researchers expected. What does this mean for suburban and rural communities?

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Black Tech Workers and Entrepreneurs are Flocking to Atlanta

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Diversity in the tech industry has unfortunately been stagnant in Silicon Valley, leading black tech workers and business leaders to Atlanta where they feel they have a more supportive and diverse business climate.

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9.5 Million Workers Will Be Affected by the AV Industry

Discussion around the autonomous vehicle industry usually focuses on the jobs it will destroy, without considering the millions of jobs it will create to support, maintain, program, and monitor AVs.

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Millennials in Manufacturing

A millennial’s view of the manufacturing industry isn’t always a positive one – the work is repetitive, the facility is dirty, the work isn’t challenging, etc. Manufacturers today are trying to change that perspective and are excited about what millennials can bring to the manufacturing industry.

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