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The events of 2020 altered the workforce drastically, and those changes will continue in 2021. Companies like Facebook and Twitter have announced that they have shifted to permanent work from home (also referred to as WFH) arrangements for their employees, while other companies like Google have announced a work from home policy through the fall of 2021. Work from home arrangements are also referred to as hybrid or flexible schedule positions, and can

The COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 has changed how we live and work. More people than ever before are working remotely, and many of those jobs will stay remote even after the pandemic is under control. Businesses are able to save on rent and utility costs by allowing employees to work from home, coffee shops and libraries, and they are finding that employees can be just as productive in doing so. Let’s take a

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States has lost over 20 million jobs, which represents nearly 15% of American workforce. Skills training is a vital part of economic recovery—without skills training programs, the skills gap will only grow and we will continue to face a prolonged economic downturn. Career and technical education (CTE) programs play a big role in getting Americans back to work in stable and good-paying jobs, and

Federal lawmakers in recent weeks have taken the strongest stand to date against tech giants such as Google, Twitter and Facebook, which have long been criticized for monopolizing the industry. The actions include lawsuits and hearings that could have significant ramifications for the technology world and initiate tech reform.  In a lawsuit backed by attorneys general from 11 states, the U.S. Justice Department filed a complaint against Google in an attempt to break up

Many of us rely on apps every day. For web designers and developers, the prevalence of mobile apps is more important than ever before. Let’s take a look at the changes the Apple App Store has undergone in recent weeks, and what it means for mobile app designers and developers.  Apple’s changes to the App Store, which it detailed on its developer site, include the new policy that fixes will no longer be delayed