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Why Asian Americans on Wall Street from Goldman Sachs to Wells Fargo are breaking their silence

Assaults and harassment against Asian Americans, a group comprising some 23 million people in the U.S., have brought AAPI issues to the national ...

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Yale Professor Named to National Academy of Sciences

Serap Aksoy, a professor at the Yale School of Public Health, is among 120 new members elected to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS), one of ...

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U.S. job openings soar to record 8.1 million, but businesses can’t find enough workers

Slowdown in hiring sparks debate over whether extra unemployment benefits are keeping people from taking jobs Businesses have a record 8.1 million ...

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‘I’m about to cancel all my Zoom meetings’: Companies dangle spa weekends and free meals to lure workers back to the office

Thomas Jepsen, founder of Passion Plans, a company that helps connect home buyers with architects and designers, is among the cohort of ...

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Unemployment Benefits Are Not Creating A Worker Shortage

    As the U.S. economy bounces back from the COVID-induced downturn, some employers say they’re having a hard time finding ...

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Geoscientists call for action on tackling racial inequality in field

An article published in the journal Nature Geoscience has highlighted the shocking under-representation of students from ethnic minority ...

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Asian American discrimination is real -- and it also isn't new

Being born in the United States wasn't enough for Yi-Li Wu to avoid a lifetime of constant microaggressions. From being told she had to be good at ...

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U-Md. president aims to hire more faculty of color, cut carbon emissions and bolster research

The University of Maryland in College Park will hire more faculty of color, slash its carbon emissions and bolster investments in research, Darryll J ...

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