Change jobs every year? That’s normal now

April 13, 2016 Bob Sullivan 1

Feel like you’re bouncing around between jobs? Have no fear, you are hardly alone. A typical young adult in the U.S. has held an average of 7.2 jobs by age 28, new research shows, which is roughly equivalent to having one new employer each year. The study, released Friday by the U.S. [Keep reading]

About the ‘booth babe’ ban, why diversity makes everyone better, and the unfinished work of encouraging women in tech

April 11, 2016 Bob Sullivan 1

Part of an ongoing series, Women in Tech. Dr. Dena Haritos Tsamitis is one of the most powerful voices in the world of technology, and one of the most accomplished.  She helped found Carnegie Mellon University’s CyLab, among the first organizations designed to encourage cybersecurity research sharing among schools, private industry, and government. [Keep reading]

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