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Internships are linked to better employment outcomes for college graduates – but there aren’t enough for students who want them

Intense competition and limited supply make internships hard to obtain. Nitat Termmee via Getty Images Matthew T. Hora, University of ...

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Meet 7 Asian American scientists and engineers whose discoveries changed the world

Seven Asian Americans whose discoveries changed the world Technology has rapidly advanced the speed of invention, getting cutting-edge products and ...

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Are Ivy League schools still worth it? US employers are looking elsewhere to fill top jobs

For many years, graduating from an Ivy League university was a guaranteed ticket to success. However, a recent Forbes survey suggests this trend is ...

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CEOs are quitting at record rates, and women are twice as likely as men to leave

CEOs are quitting at record rates, and the small share of women at the very top are leaving the fastest. Global CEO turnover spiked in the ...

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Are tomorrow’s engineers ready to face AI’s ethical challenges?

Finding ethics’ place in the engineering curriculum. PeopleImages/iStock via Getty Images Plus Elana Goldenkoff, University of Michigan ...

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Talking to Americans reveals the diversity behind the shared opinion ‘the country is on the wrong track’

A recent survey shows that at least 70% of people in the U.S. believe the country is on the wrong track. Malte Mueller/ fStop/Getty ...

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9 tips for older job hunters that can help you stand out in the crowd

Mass layoffs, particularly in the tech sector, have been widely covered in the news recently, contributing to the belief that fewer job ...

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The backlash against diversity, equity and inclusion in business is in full force − but myths obscure the real value of DEI

Inclusive workplaces are good for morale as well as the bottom line. Luis Alvarez/DigitalVision via Getty Images Adia Harvey Wingfield, Arts ...

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Why rural white Americans’ resentment is a threat to democracy

Some white Americans are showing signs of disagreeing with key democratic principles. Carol Yepes/Moment via Getty Images Thomas F. Schaller, ...

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US media coverage of new science less likely to mention researchers with African and East Asian names

Once their research comes out, who will be quoted in the news coverage? gorodenkoff/iStock via Getty Images Plus Hao Peng, Northwestern ...

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