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Sunday, February 23, 2020The Wall Street Journal
The next wave of labor-saving technology will wear a white collar.
Artificial intelligence—programming machines to think more like humans—is expected to alter how Americans work on a scale similar to the impact of robotics and desktop computers. But employees affected by it are much more likely to be in management or professional roles than laborers turning screws or filing papers.
Monday, February 17, 2020BBC Online
The skills gap means companies are increasingly considering candidates from non-traditional paths.
Friday, February 14, 2020Fast Company
Having an in-demand hard skill, such as proficiency in a certain technology, may get your foot in the door when you’re searching for a job, but if you want to land it, employers want to see your soft skills. Unfortunately, traits such as being a team player or problem solver are not as easy to convey.
Friday, February 7, 2020Forbes
How do you know if a potential employee can handle money responsibly? What information can you use to get an indication that they will fulfill their work obligations? Is there any evidentiary way to measure whether a prospective hire is ethical?
Friday, February 7, 2020Bloomberg
Irina Novoselsky, CEO of CareerBuilder, joined the hosts at Bloomberg Daybreak: America to talk about the outcome of the January Jobs Report and state of the US labor market.