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MAJOR ROLE FOR GOVERNMENT: IMPROVING STEM Education, Training and Retraining!

As I shared in my last article government is NOT the best solution for jobs creation or wage growth. Instead, the legislative process usually produces major impediments, through both significantly increased taxes and regulations, which obstruct the historically proven catalyst for jobs and wages growth, entrepreneurs.

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fieldsHowever, there is a … Read More


Strongest Jobs Growth In 15 Years!

The U.S. posted its strongest year of job growth in 15 years and the unemployment rate fell to a post recession low last month. Nonfarm payrolls rose a seasonally adjusted 252,000 in December, the Labor Department said Friday, with broad-based gains across a wide array of sectors. Additionally, the unemployment … Read More


Technical Hiring Increasing: NEW TRAINING TO IMPROVE RECRUITING!

With the unemployment rate dropping again last month to 5.8% and many sectors covered by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) experiencing significant jobs growth, including:

a) Professional and Business Services (adding 37,000 jobs)

b) Healthcare (adding 25,000 jobs)

c) Retail (adding 27,000 jobs last Read More


3-D Printing: A Major R&D Tool

652px-ORDbot_quantumAs a Research & Development (R&D) recruiter, I am constantly searching for cutting edge technology. In one of my past articles Engineering Innovation, The Real Way To Create More Jobs: Part 3 of 3 I cited the Innovation Lab at the Harold Washington or main branch of the … Read More


R&D Yields Many Ancillary Societal Benefits!

As many of you know, drones have been a centerpiece of our war on terror. They allow our military to strike terrorists in remote regions such as the borders between Afghanistan and Pakistan without risking countless troops or military assets.

Amazon & Google R&D LabRecently, drones have been repurposed for civilian use. The Research … Read More


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