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Workplace fatalities on the rise: These are the top 10 most dangerous jobs in America

FVF Law Firm examined data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics's 2022 Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries to identify the 10 occupations with the highest rates of fatal injury.
Sean McGoey
3 days ago

When teachers quit for other jobs, how is life outside of the classroom?

How do teachers really feel about leaving their education careers? HeyTutor analyzed National Center for Education Statistics data to find out.

Jill Jaracz, Data Work By Dom DiFurio
3 days ago

How tech advances inspire one company to upskill entire communities

(BPT) - How can you assess the impact of a technological advancement like AI, which has raced at lightning speed across every sector of the globe? While the opportunity of AI is still evolving, some …

3 days ago

Rethinking teacher absenteeism: How to be more proactive and prepared

(BPT) - By Nicola Soares, president, Kelly EducationChronic absenteeism has become a pervasive issue across multiple employment sectors driven by several factors, including personal and family health …

5 days ago
Education & Careers

Reinventing Services with Customers at Heart

(BPT) - For consumers, it’s the ‘experience’ that counts. According to PwC, 73 percent of all customers place experience near the top of their checklist when making purchasing …
Tuesday, April 2
The top 10 most common jobs for Hispanic and Latino scientists and engineers
Revelo used data from the NCSES to identify the most common occupations for Hispanic and Latino scientists and engineers.
Andrew Jose
Monday, April 8
20 metro areas with the most income and work opportunities for HVAC technicians
HVAC Gnome ranked 2024's best metro areas offering the most training and income opportunities for current and aspiring HVAC technicians.
Sav Maive
Tuesday, March 26
Fewer people are enrolling in RN-to-BSN programs. Here's what that means for the future of nursing.
Vivian Health examined data from the American Association of Colleges of Nursing to see what's behind the decline in nursing school enrollment.
Jill Jaracz, Data Work By Elena Cox
Tuesday, March 26
States with the highest rates of teacher attrition
Where are teachers leaving classrooms at the highest rates? HeyTutor analyzed data from NCES and the RAND Corporation to find out.
Dom DiFurio
Monday, March 25
The SAT is going digital. Here's what to know.
Chalkbeat looks at the new digital SAT exam: shorter reading sections, fewer questions and sections that adapt to each student's performance.
Erica Meltzer for Chalkbeat
Tuesday, March 19
As fewer students seek teaching degrees, universities close undergraduate programs
TeacherCertification.com used data from the National Center for Education Statistics to examine why fewer students want undergrad education degrees.
Natalie P. McNeal, Data Work By Emma Rubin
Tuesday, March 19
The top reasons teachers give for leaving their jobs
HeyTutor analyzed teacher attrition data from the National Center for Education Statistics to shed light on how teachers feel about leaving their jobs.
Dom DiFurio
Monday, March 18
20 of the highest-paying cities for travel nurses
Vivian Health analyzed its proprietary data to find the 20 cities where travel nurses earn the most.
Jill Jaracz
Thursday, March 7
Thousands of schools at risk of closing due to enrollment loss: An exclusive report
An exclusive report from The 74 finds that school districts from Philadelphia to Los Angeles have large numbers of schools that lost at least 20% of their students during the pandemic and are in danger of closure.
Linda Jacobson - The 74
Monday, March 4

Family Teacher Conference Topics Beyond Academics

Family Teacher Conference Topics Beyond Academics

(NewsUSA) - Raising a family is overwhelming enough; add in milestones, routines, challenging behavior and keeping an eye on academic progress, and you’re in for a spin. However, your child’s …

Tuesday, April 2

100% of Latino Grads Start Trades Careers With Centro Educativo Latino's Workforce Development Program

100% of Latino Grads Start Trades Careers With Centro Educativo Latino's Workforce Development Program

(NewsUSA) - Development ProgramNew Partnership Offers HVAC Training in SpanishThe US Census Bureau reports that approximately 20% of the US population is Hispanic and the US Bureau of Labor …

Sunday, March 24

School Choice is the "New Normal"

School Choice is the "New Normal"

(NewsUSA) - What do parents really think about school choice in 2024? A new survey by the National School Choice Awareness Foundation sheds light on what they're thinking, and looking for, as …

Monday, January 22

The Rise of Microschooling and Educational Innovation in America

The Rise of Microschooling and Educational Innovation in America

(NewsUSA) - Every child has potential, and all children deserve the opportunity to learn, thrive, succeed, and pursue their dreams. However, following the COVID-19 pandemic, America’s students are …

Sunday, January 14
Jobs and employment information

5 Financial Tips to Take Your Business to the Next Level

(BPT) - By Irana Wasti, Chief Product Officer at BILLBuilding a business is an incredible journey — and like all journeys, every stage is different. Running a startup, for instance, is very …
Tuesday, April 2

3 ways to use the solar eclipse to brighten your child’s knowledge of science

In no case should a child look directly at the solar eclipse, but there are special eclipse glasses. Anadolu via Getty Images When the Moon passes between the Sun and the Earth on April 8, 2024, it …
David J. Purpura, Purdue University; Lauren Westerberg, Purdue University, and Sona Kumar, Purdue University, The Conversation
Wednesday, March 27
Career Opportunities

Forging a Path: Women Welders

Six of the 94 female welding students at Texas State Technical College who are about to enter the primarily male-dominated industry of welding. (Photo courtesy of TSTC.)
(NAPSI)—“It is not for the faint of heart,” Erica Bridges said.   Bridges is a Welding Technology student at Texas State Technical College (TSTC). She was referring to her field of study …
Thursday, December 7, 2023
Small Business News & Notes

Big Tips for Small Businesses

Small businesses, vital to the country’s economy, can get expert help keeping their own economy afloat.
(NAPSI)—Small businesses are the backbone of our society and play a critical role in our economy. According to the U.S. Small Business Association, firms of 500 employees or fewer make up 99.9% of …
Wednesday, November 8, 2023

Are most employers tracking diversity in hiring and recruitment?

Revelo analyzed how employers are tracking diversity, equity, and inclusion using data from SHRM, Harvard Business Review, and news reports.

Dom DiFurio, Data Work By Paxtyn Merten
Monday, March 4

Who's counting? A glimpse into the world of math teachers

Study.com examines the demographics of math teachers today and what may be driving the national teacher shortage.

Alina Lehtinen-Vela, Grant Policar
Friday, March 1

U.S. colleges that have employed the most Nobel Prize-winning professors

Study.com identified the 10 universities that have employed the most Nobel Prize winners across the United States since the inaugural award in 1901.

Dom DiFurio, Data Work By Paxtyn Merten
Thursday, February 22
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Chalkbeat reports on Donald Trump's false claims against migrants in New York's city schools.

Chalkbeat reports on Donald Trump's false claims against migrants in New York's city schools.
Alex Zimmerman for Chalkbeat
Tuesday, March 26
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