The need for cybersecurity jobs is continuing to grow.
IBM CEO urges talent development for ‘new collar’ positions
In an article for USA Today, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty urged U.S. business leaders to develop “new collar” talent.
Fintech blockchain positions in demand in 2017
The financial technology sector is booming, and many industry analysts predict that jobs related to the blockchain will be the most lucrative next year.
IBM, Google and other tech giants unite to boost data transfers in computers
IBM, Google and seven other tech companies have joined together to take on Intel to increase the speeds of data transfers.
Cautious Optimism Over Lower Unemployment Numbers
“The economy is on track to grow more than 2% in the second quarter, powered by rising home sales and steady consumer spending on an array of other goods and services.” Overall US unemployment is down to 4.7% which is…
What’s Your Plan?
In the years heading into “the Great Recession, a major concern for businesses was the coming brain drain, which would be caused by Boomers retiring in droves from the workplace, and taking with them their vast technical skills, historical knowledge,…
Top tech trends for professional services firms in 2016
To stay agile and adaptable, professional services firms must embrace new technologies in 2016.
US Down To 5% Unemployment
Manufacturing has been flat the last couple of months, but the overall economy seems to be doing well. We are now at 5% unemployment which is considered the threshold for full employment by the Fed and many private economists. This…
The Talent Gap Widens
Even with the recent fluctuations in Chinese and European economies, US Manufacturers are still seeing growth throughout most segments, and economists expect that trend to continue. More and more manufacturing executives are concerned about attracting, training, and retaining talent to…
IT and engineering industries experience growth in the US
According to a recent report from TechServe Alliance, the U.S. saw growth in its IT and engineering sectors between April and May 2015.