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MIT welcomes six new assistant deans for diversity, equity, and inclusion

As an important step forward in MIT’s ongoing efforts to create a more welcoming and inclusive community, the Institute has hired six new ...

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Few unemployed people are actively looking for jobs

There are around 10 million unemployed Americans and over 9 million open positions. But most people aren't urgently seeking out those jobs. The ...

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The US job market is about to turn into a giant science experiment - with millions of Americans as guinea pigs

Half of US states are cutting off enhanced unemployment benefits over the next few weeks. This is going to throw millions of Americans ...

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There isn’t a worker shortage in the U.S. — there’s been a worker awakening

Many politicians, pundits and business owners have said pandemic-era enhanced unemployment benefits are keeping would-be workers at home. But ...

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The average female college grad gets a $35,000 starting salary - not much more than the typical borrower's student-debt load, report finds

The American Association of University Women compared women's student-debt burdens to their income. Black women have more student debt than ...

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3 ways schools can improve STEM learning for Black students

Pro-Black STEM classes can lead to more Black scientists. Ariel Skelley/DigitalVision via Getty Images Plus James Holly Jr., Wayne State ...

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Women are as likely as men to accept a gender pay gap if they benefit from it

Perhaps it all depends on perspective. Tommy/DigitalVision Vectors via Getty Images Marlon Williams, University of Dayton The Research Brief is ...

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Facing shortage of high-skilled workers, employers are seeking more immigrant talent, study finds

The U.S. does not have enough high-skilled workers to meet demand for computer-related jobs, and employers are seeking immigrant talent to help ...

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