Seattle, Washington, sees the most growth in its share of technology jobs, especially as Amazon goes on a hiring spree. Meanwhile, San Jose, California, is losing popularity, according to Quartz.
Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management Board now refuses to support nominees to its group based on the diversity – or lack thereof – on their company boards, reports The Boston Globe.
Many forces are at play in the reduction of admissions at universities, including cost and crackdown on for-profit institutions, writes The Atlantic.
Small talk is an easy, overrated way to get to know employees and build relationships with them, according to Harvard Business Review.
Finally, the opioid epidemic and wider marijuana use is impacting the talent pool is very real ways. One manufacturer in Ohio cites that 25 percent of applicants fail the drug test, reports The New York Times.
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