The US has a skills gap problem—and it’s ignoring its most obvious solution

Refugees represent a massive amount of untapped talent for the half of US employers struggling to hire skilled workers.

The US has a skills gap problem—and it’s ignoring its most obvious solution

Refugees represent a massive amount of untapped talent for the half of US employers struggling to hire skilled workers.

League of Legends gamers could become California’s newest workforce

California’s latest labor law could uncover a new workforce: League of Legends video gamers.

The role of COO is evolving, and it’s more important than ever

COOs are reshaping leadership by navigating a professional world characterized by mutability, dynamism, and uncertainty.

The age of cybersecurity is forcing parents to redefine “the talk”

“The talk” takes on a completely new meaning when parenting in the age of cybersecurity.

The NRA’s most powerful weapon is not a gun

A reporter explores the unparalleled advertising game that built the NRA.

Why American workers are especially at risk during flu season

Flu season demonstrates how misguided Americans are in putting productivity above health.

Altering how society views hashish use can enhance industry innovation

Tech is transforming the global cannabis industry, but can it inspire us to de-stigmatize weed?

Music streaming providers mishandle our knowledge—and our tradition is paying for it

Major music streaming services and media outlets lack an understanding of how new music culture evolves, but they still hold the power to determine success.

The visible language of comedian books can enhance mind operate

According to psychologists, the human brain is actually structured more like the visual layout of comic books than traditional written language.
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