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Algorithms can't replace these jobs of the future:


Computers have quickly moved from providing pure processing power to learning and adapting without programming, creating widespread unease that the rise of the machines will leave many jobless. In ...


Volunteering keeps older minds sharp:


Volunteering may improve cognitive function of older adults, especially for women and those with lower levels of education. While the links of volunteering to physical health are well known, its associations ...


Never, Ever Take A Job Before Asking These Ten Questions:




Montana tech leaders discuss why so few women aim for computer careers:


At the recent Montana High Tech Jobs Summit in Missoula, there were 26 male speakers and eight female speakers. Patricia Duce, a lecturer at the University of Montana who teaches computer science, ...


8 jobs that won't exist in 2030:


You likely already know that technology is forcing many of the things we're used to toward extinction. Non-electronic books? Soon to be a thing of the past. CDs? Try finding anyone under 20 who listens ...


Here Are the Jobs Most Likely to Be Replaced by Robots, and Those That Are Safe:


A new study looks at which occupations and which regions could be most impacted. As technology has become embedded into our lives, it's not so much a question of if it will affect the kinds of jobs ...


Today's TED Talk - Why jobs of the future won't feel like work:


We've all heard that robots are going to take our jobs -- but what can we do about it? Innovation expert David Lee says that we should start designing jobs that unlock our hidden talents and passions ...


Managing The Hybrid Workforce: Are You Ready To Have Coffee With A Bot?:


The robots are coming. Not just the physical ones manufactured in metal, but the virtual ones created by programming algorithms. Bots. Already, physical robots have replaced machinists, manufacturing ...


Video interview with the Commit Foundation, a non-profit changing the way Veterans and Americans think about military transition:


Anne Meree Craig is a good friend in Bozeman who runs the Commit Foundation, a non-profit that helps special forces soldiers transition to the civilian world. Earlier this year, I was honored to ...


This Entrepreneur Is Transforming the Way We Network:




What's Up in Coal Country: Alternative-Energy Jobs:




The new reality of old age in America - "I'm going to work until I die":




25 Trips to Take During Your Lifetime:




ChickTech Missoula - retaining women in the technology workforce and increasing the number of women and girls pursuing technology-based careers.:


We are a local chapter of ChickTech, a national nonprofit organization, working to close the gender gap in the technology and engineering sectors. Our group creates welcoming and inclusive meetups in ...


6 Ways Highly Emotionally Intelligent People Deal With Anger:


And why they avoid being passive-aggressive at all costs Most of us don't like confrontation--but it's a fact of life we can't run from forever. We have to assert ourselves, our boundaries, and our ...


The Organization of Women in International Trade (OWIT) is looking to fill the position of Board Treasurer in Washington, D.C.:


The Organization of Women in International Trade (OWIT), a non-profit, professional organization that supports the advancement of women in international trade and business by providing networking and ...


The 25 tech companies everyone wants to work for in 2017 :


Tech is one of the hottest industries out there. But what companies are able to live up to the hype and keep their top talent happy? Job site Paysa recently released a report breaking down which ...


Liberal arts grads: Tech companies want YOU!:


Your liberal arts degree is more useful than you think! Many tech companies are increasingly interested in candidates with liberal arts degrees to benefit from their unique perspectives and skills. ...


Career advice: 4 tips for older job seekers:




Recruiters look for these 8 skills in every resume:


The specific skills you need to excel in the working world will vary depending on your field. But there are 8 general skills all recruiters hope to see, whether listed or implied, on your resume. Not ...


Today's TED Talk - There's more to life than being happy:


Our culture is obsessed with happiness, but what if there's a more fulfilling path? Happiness comes and goes, says writer Emily Esfahani Smith, but having meaning in life -- serving something beyond yourself ...


Meet the 'Shark Tank' Co-Founders Giving Remote Work to Military Spouses:




Why Gen Z is choosing to skip school in favor of entrepreneurship:


Generation Z is the most entrepreneurial generation in history. Over 60% of high school students say they would rather be entrepreneurs instead of employees, as do 43% of college students. Indeed small ...


On the Day I Die - by John Pavlovitz:


On the day I die a lot will happen. A lot will change. The world will be busy. On the day I die, all the important appointments I made will be left unattended. The many plans I had yet to ...


How to Recognize Burnout Before You're Burned Out:


In today's era of workplace burnout, achieving a simpatico work-life relationship seems practically out of reach. Being tired, ambivalent, stressed, cynical and overextended has become a normal part of ...


Most TV computer scientists are still white men. Google wants to change that.:


Google is calling on Hollywood to give equal screen time to women and minorities after a new study the Internet giant funded found that most computer scientists on television shows and in the movies are ...


How To Answer The Question "What Do You Do" Without Boring Anyone:




Research Shows Doing This One Easy Thing Is the Best Way to Get People to Trust You:


While living in a world of noise where we receive messages 24/7, it is easy to overlook the importance of connecting, engaging and building trust with our listeners. Stacey Hanke https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/299526 ...


Making a first impression last:


There are many things in life that you can do multiple times. Making a first impression on someone isn't one of them. First impressions are lasting. Once a first impression is made, if it's less than ...


Jason Fried of Basecamp on the Importance of Writing Skills:


We focus initially on the cover letter, and if you don't write a cover letter, and you just e-mail us a resume, you're out. We tell people to write us something explaining who you are, what you do, why ...

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