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Harrowing video shows what the future of work might look like

“It kind of works,” he wrote. “The script for the video was built around real advice I found in productivity blogs.”

How America’s dying rust belt town can transform into “smart cities” of the future

What will happen when 50% of U.S. jobs are lost to automation? How will cities prepare then?

Helena WINS: Addressing workforce development challenges and opportunities

Through the Helena WINS initiative, businesses are partnering to develop industry sector projects strategically designed to serve current and emerging workforce needs.

Walmart, Toyota, and others join CTA and IBM in coalition to create tech apprenticeships

Members will commit to either scaling up their existing apprenticeship programs or creating new ones.

Technology companies turn to apprenticeships in tight labor market

Seventeen companies, including IBM, Ford, Canon, Sprint, Postmates and Bosch, have committed to expand apprenticeships to thousands of workers across 20 states to help fill a shortage of trained tech talent.

Why do you need the perfect elevator pitch for 2019?

You will meet people that could literally change your career path and preparing ahead of time takes away the pressure of scrambling for words.

Public Speaking Is No Longer a ‘Soft Skill.’ It’s Your Key to Success in Any Field

In a new LinkedIn analysis, “persuasion” was one of the top skills “most worth learning” in 2019. “Strengthening a soft skill is one of the best investments you can make in your career, as they...

Exchange old resume beliefs with a new twist

More than likely your resume will be read first by software and a human second.

Understanding challenges of rural workplace development

Local involvement in the workplace development field is vital in a rural area compared to a larger city because there are simply fewer resources devoted to helping job seekers.

If you want to tackle big problems, try thinking like a bee

“Where do I start? And even if I do something, will it really matter?”

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