4 Things the Automotive and Aerospace Industries Have in Common

July 20, 2017

At first glance, the aviation industry and automotive industry might not appear to be similar. Dig a little deeper under the surface and you’ll find they actually share many traits. These resemblances open the door for talent to easily transfer across industries. The Baby Boomer population is reaching retirement age, creating a skills gap as […]

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YouTube Accounts Every Gamer Should Watch

July 18, 2017

Before the advent of streaming video and the rise of mega popular sites like YouTube and Twitch, gaming enthusiasts were far more limited in where they could learn more about interesting games and the growing culture surrounding them. The heyday of cheeseball TV commercials and glossy print gaming mags has long passed, giving rise to new […]

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The End of the Work Dress Code?

July 17, 2017

On the street, popular fashion has been in constant flux for decades. Trends shift in wild and sometimes crazy directions following the latest fads–even coming around full circle as outdated styles become hip again. In the world of office attire, however, personal style and comfort is most often sacrificed for uniformity and professionalism. This slower […]

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3 Career Advice Tips We Can Learn From Game of Thrones

July 10, 2017

(Be warned. Major spoilers up through season six ahead!) As we head into the final, two-part season of HBO’s thrilling fantasy epic, Game of Thrones, all things are coming to a cataclysmic head. Daenerys Targaryen, the “Mother of Dragons,” — along with a massive fleet that includes many of the characters — sails for King’s Landing to take back the Seven Kingdoms […]

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June Jobs Report: New Jobs Added to Tech Industry

July 7, 2017

The unemployment rate shifted in June, changing by 0.1 percent to 4.4 percent. A total of 222,000 jobs were created during the month, an increase from the number of jobs created in May. The tech unemployment rate remains lower than the national unemployment rate, depicting a positive outlook for the future of IT.

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Asteroids and Us: How They’re Detected and Deflected

June 28, 2017

On June 30th, 1908, scientists believe a small asteroid exploded over Tunguska in Siberia, devastating 800 square miles. The destruction was caused by an object entering the earth’s atmosphere at 9 to 19 miles a second and exploding some 6 miles above Tunguska, releasing the equivalent energy of 185 Hiroshima nuclear bombs and flattening trees in […]

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