Category Archives: Training

Employment Opportunities

It seems to me…. “We need to have a strong economy that can create employment opportunities and that can also produce the revenue that we need to defend our country at home and abroad.” ~ Bob Menendez[1]. Contrary to claims … Continue reading

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The Cloud, Big Data, And Employment

It seems to me…. “Big Data is just that – big. But, it’s a term that is largely misunderstood and difficult to explain.” ~ Rick Smolan[1]. Computing is a powerful general-purpose technology responsible for creative/destructive transformations in production organization, product … Continue reading

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Employment Requires Increased Educational

It seems to me…. “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.”  ~ Malcolm X[1]. As the economy moves deeper into the knowledge-focused age, changes are affecting the very nature of … Continue reading

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Continuing Education

It seems to me…. “Community colleges provide higher education where people live, helping to build strong ladders of opportunity that allow people to secure a foothold in the middle class.” ~ Thomas Perez[1]. Our current education model with formal education … Continue reading

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GDP And Productivity

It seems to me…. “The welfare of a nation can scarcely be inferred from a measurement of national income as defined by the GDP.” ~ Simon Kuznets[1]. U.S. economic recovery following the 2008 economic crisis, though better than in many … Continue reading

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Critical Agreement Possibilities

It seems to me…. “The ability to compromise is not a diplomatic politeness toward a partner but rather taking into account and respecting your partner’s legitimate interests.” ~ Vladimir Putin[1]. It is very difficult to know what priorities President-Elect Trump … Continue reading

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Potential Employment Changes

It seems to me…. “I see three forces militating in favor of growing inequality: increasing measurement of worker value added, automation through smart software, and globalization.” ~ Tyler Cowen[1]. There is considerable evidence that technological advancement is eliminating job categories, … Continue reading

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