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Health - Career - 06.01.2023
Healthy job market increasingly matches pre-pandemic employment patterns, U-M economists say
Employers added 223,000 jobs in December 2022, capping a year marked by record low unemployment and high job growth.

Career - 04.01.2023

Mathematics - Career - 04.01.2023
UCLA collaboration fosters mathematical brilliance of Latino and Black middle school students
UCLA collaboration fosters mathematical brilliance of Latino and Black middle school students
A program that brings together UCLA students, the Los Angeles Unified School District and professional engineers and technologists to enhance mathematics learning in select South Los Angeles middle schools has made its public debut.

Innovation - Career - 03.01.2023
Strengthening America’s manufacturing base
In a visit to MIT, Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering Heidi Shyu talked about the DoD's role in strengthening U.S. manufacturing.

Life Sciences - Career - 23.12.2022
Javier Martinez receives extensive ’doc.funds’ Grant of the FWF
Javier Martinez, research group leader at the joint Max Perutz Laboratories of MedUni Vienna and the University of Vienna, is coordinating the project "RNA@core: Molecular Mechanisms in RNA Biology", which has been awarded an extensive "doc.funds" grant by the Austrian Science Fund FWF.

Chemistry - Career - 23.12.2022

Career - 23.12.2022
U-M Surveys of Consumers: Easing inflation pressures lift sentiment
Consumer sentiment rose 5%, recovering the declines from November, according to the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers.

Career - 23.12.2022
Making scientific publishing easier around the world
MIT alumnus-founded PoolText offers a platform for researchers and journal editors to improve the efficiency of submitting and publishing scientific papers. If you've been at MIT long enough, you've probably heard grumblings about peer-reviewed journals that are slow or uncooperative. But those problems are trivial compared to the challenges faced by researchers in other parts of the world.

Pedagogy - Career - 22.12.2022

Economics - Career - 21.12.2022
Financial stress among North Americans highest since 2008: Western-led study 
Financial stress among North Americans highest since 2008: Western-led study 
Sixty per cent of employed North Americans are more stressed about their finances today than they were a year ago, and are experiencing the highest level of financial stress since the financial crisis of 2008, according to a new study from Canada's Financial Wellness Lab at Western.

Earth Sciences - Career - 20.12.2022
Research DIRCOM AlpSatellites: Managing the transition to hybrid work and satellite offices to revitalize remote mountain areas
Aix-Marseille Université joined the Interreg Alpine Space project "AlpSatellites", co-funded by the EU.

Career - 15.12.2022

Career - Campus - 15.12.2022

Health - Career - 14.12.2022

Social Sciences - Career - 13.12.2022
Lack of social mobility in creative jobs has remained the same since the 1970s in the UK. This has serious implications for the future of the creative industries
New research challenges the notion that there was once a 'golden age' of social mobility within the creative sector in the UK and reveals deep-rooted class inequalities that have not evolved since the 1970s.

Career - Economics - 13.12.2022
Exploring the employee experience
At the MIT Sloan Center for Information Systems Research, Nick van der Meulen aims to help organizations "create an environment where employees can do their best work.

Computer Science - Career - 12.12.2022
The FINDHR project for the responsible use of artificial intelligence technologies is underway
An interdisciplinary consortium of universities and companies, coordinated by UPF, seeks to promote the responsible use of artificial intelligence algorithms in companies' search and recruitment processes.

Career - Campus - 12.12.2022
Early-career archaeologists are pessimistic about future careers
Many early-career researchers in the academic field of archaeology experience stress due to precarious employment situation / Results of extensive international survey supervised by Mainz University

Social Sciences - Career - 12.12.2022

Career - Research Management - 08.12.2022

Mathematics - Career - 08.12.2022

Career - Environment - 08.12.2022

Career - 07.12.2022
Future of UK’s writing profession is under threat
The future of writing as a primary profession is under threat in the UK, according to new research led by the University of Glasgow into authors' earnings and contracts.

Career - 06.12.2022
Three-year port dispute shows the IR system is full of holes
Australia's industrial relations umpire has delayed industrial action that would have crippled Australia's ports in the lead-up to Christmas.

Career - Pedagogy - 05.12.2022
Teachers entering the profession from other fields often less satisfied
There is a shortage of teachers not only in Germany, but in many countries around the world. For this reason, people without formal teaching degrees are often brought in from other fields to teach in schools.

Career - Research Management - 05.12.2022
NSF awards funding to white scientists at higher rates than other groups
White researchers have been consistently funded by the National Science Foundation at higher rates than most nonwhite researchers since at least 1999.

Social Sciences - Career - 05.12.2022
Paying attention to freedom
Waterloo Engineering alumni and a student reflect on the Montreal Massacre By Charlotte Danby Faculty of Engineering It has been 33 years since a gunman shot and killed 14 women at the École Polytechnique de Montréal on December 6, 1989.

Health - Career - 05.12.2022
Income equity for Australian women 200 years away, affecting health and wellbeing: Report
Income equity for Australian women 200 years away, affecting health and wellbeing: Report
The first Australian Women's Health and Wellbeing Scorecard: Towards equity for women found that at current rates it will take 70 years to reach full time employment equality with men, and more than 200 years to reach income equity.

Career - 02.12.2022

Environment - Career - 02.12.2022
Sustainability more important for young people than high wages
ECONtribute study examines what is important to graduates when starting a career Young people would accept a lower salary for a job in a sustainable or socially oriented company.
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