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Collegefeed Connects Grads and Jobs

Silicon Valley has given the world another matchmaking service -- this time to set up recent college graduates with eager employers. ...continue


Schneider Expansion to Create 193 Jobs in El Paso

Schneider Electric plans to expand its operations in El Paso, investing about $7 million for a new plant adjacent to its West Side location. ...continue


STEM Degrees Mean Better Income and Job Prospects

What you study matters more than which school you went to when it comes to finding a high-paying job after college, according to a report released Tuesday by the Education Department. ...continue


Tesla Motors on a Mission to Hire American Veterans

Tesla Motors, the maker of electric sports cars, has the goal to become a leading employer of America's military veterans. ...continue


Backlash Stirs in US Against Foreign Worker Visas

But amid calls for expanding the nation's so-called H-1B visa program, there is growing pushback from Americans who argue the program has been hijacked by staffing companies that import cheaper, lower-level workers to replace more expensive U.S. employees or keep them from getting hired in the first place. ...continue


Submarine Maker Plans Expansion in Rhode Island

Submarine maker Electric Boat plans to double its workforce in Rhode Island to build a new class of submarines under a $95 billion Navy program. ...continue


Broad U.S. Job Growth Helps High School Grads

Hiring heated up for almost everyone in June, including high school and college graduates. ...continue


Job Prospects Look up for Liberal Arts Grads

Liberal arts grads have wandered an employment desert in recent years, with entry-level jobs going to business and tech majors. Now things are looking up. ...continue


STEM Jobs Are Hard to Fill

The difficulty in filling jobs requiring science, technology, engineering or math skills is a challenge, and it's going to get worse. ...continue


Bilingualism, Biculturalism Rewarded in Schools

Dual-language programs have gained popularity across the country as employers seek bilingual, bicultural workers, and more parents view bilingualism as necessary for their children's success in a globalized world. ...continue


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