Dawn of the New Collar Jobs

January 19, 2017

Historically, the United States workforce has fallen in to either a white collar or blue collar category. White collar work was typically considered administrative, taking place in an office setting, while blue collar careers surrounded manual labor and were heavily focused on an industrial setting. In recent years, however, a new category has emerged called new […]

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Fighting Fake News Online

January 10, 2017

Mark Twain once famously wrote, “A lie spreads halfway around the world while the truth is still getting its boots on.” This is a very fitting quote when looking at the rapid growth of fake news coverage that we experience today on the internet. During the 2016 election, social media giant, Facebook, fell under heavy […]

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Our Picks: Top 4 Tech Trends of 2017

December 28, 2016

As this year comes to a close, we look to the future to predict what we believe will be the top tech trends in 2017. From twists on reality, to drones delivering life-saving products, the new year is ushering in some of the greatest technology trends of all time. Read on to learn what tech […]

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The Dark Side of Big Data

December 12, 2016

By now, you’ve heard of big data – the large-scale volume of information collected from everyday actions and behaviors. You’re contributing data to this web of information every time you post on social media or swipe your credit card. But do you know how that big data you’re creating is used?

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16 Agile Terms You Should Know

November 10, 2016

Making the transition to Agile can seem daunting, but the process doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Preparing your team for the cultural shift to the project management methodology can help make the transition seamless. You’ll learn how to “walk the walk” of Agile, but first you have to “talk the talk”. Here are just some […]

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September Regional Jobs Report: Job Growth Continues in Tech

October 21, 2016

According to September’s Regional Jobs Report, the unemployment rate was significantly lower or stable in forty-nine states and the District of Columbia. Regional unemployment rates were on par with the national average with the exception of the Midwest, whose rate was 0.4 percent lower than the national unemployment rate.

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