Society, and culture, has changed around us and with us over the past few decades. It's evolution at work, or perhaps another revolution, as where we are now seems to be a high-tech iteration of somewhere we've been before.
Smart companies realize that carbon pollution and climate change have an impact - and will continue to have an impact - on their bottom lines.
The latest unemployment figures find Illinois still perilously near dead last in the nation. But some Illinois towns aren't suffering.
Recently, a friend of mine asked me how old her child should be before she starts working on job readiness. My answer? Now. Right now.
Since September 2011, more than 40,000 veterans have been hired through the Veteran Recruiting virtual career fairs, and more than 600 employers have participated.
Small businesses are Little Engines That Do. They think they can, they know they can―and they're right.
The winter season is full of parties, food, family, and friends. But too many job seekers think the holidays are a good excuse to trade the job search for the gift search.
Large infrastructure projects are the energy sector's version of Hollywood blockbusters; the focus of endless industry drama and rumor-mongering that swells in proportion with inevitably inflating budgets.
I am often asked how well our college of the liberal arts and sciences prepares students for jobs and careers. We like to think that a liberal arts education prepares students for life, and that jobs and careers are only one part of that.
Today’s jobs report makes clear that, despite improvements this year, the labor market is still not strong enough for policymakers to let emerge...
Black workers consistently have higher unemployment rates than whites, but the dispersion is even worse for America's youth. Nearly one in four black 16- to 24-year-olds was out of work in November, compared to only about one in ten white workers in the same age group.
My reward (and what makes my work enjoyable) is in feeling that what I do is valued, and that it positively affects the world, one way or another.
To describe itself to itself and to attract new converts, it is common these days for the nonprofit sector to talk in terms of investment - obscuring ...
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We imprison far more of our minority citizens than our white citizens. That set of facts is well known. What isn't well known is another extremely important but almost entirely invisible fact about our prisoners. They can't read.
Jobs, innovation, wealth creation: the private sector has great potential to pull people out of poverty. And as developing countries open their doors to greater trade and investment, the reach, influence and impact of private companies grows.