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17 Sep 14 - Science Employment News

Diversity in Science: Where Are the Data?
Gender: This is the most commonly cited diversity category in relation to science and engineering education and employment, for the simple reason that most nations count men and women (though not transgender individuals). On average, women remain ...

Australia will lag in manufacturing without a national innovation agenda
Innovation policy in the context of encouraging and assisting individual firms is where we must begin, but more broadly it must also be about a consistent, whole-of-government approach that ensures our goals in education, in science and research, and ...

Menai Science Park will increase wages and employment, says director
THE AIM of the new £20 million Menai Science Park on Anglesey will be to bring more employment and higher wages to the area, according to director Ieuan Wyn Jones.

Unemployment rises among postgraduates
In the survey, which is run in conjunction with universities, 52,000 people who completed postgraduate qualifications in 2012 were polled about their salary and employment four months after they completed their courses. Masters by coursework degrees ...

Here's Why More Than 800 Harvard Students Signed Up For A Notoriously Hard ...
A commonly cited explanation for the recent rise in computer science majors nationwide is the prospect of a secure job and high wages after college. Lewis said that while employment was not the main motivation for many of the course's students, "There ...

Mateship key to boosting resilient youth
Individual, peer, family, community and cultural factors were identified, including self-esteem and self-regulation, prosocial friendships, racism, parenting, household employment, family violence, neighbourhood socioeconomic status and cultural knowledge.

NSF data find very low unemployment rates for science, engineering and health ...
Ph.D.s in these fields -- who have many career options in and out of higher education -- historically have high employment levels.

The 2014 Vitae conference
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND—At the Vitae Researcher Development International Conference held here last week, much was said about the training and employment of early-career researchers. Science Careers attended the event and took notes on some of ...

Helping life science grads prep for employment
Details of a new masters-level course, designed to help life science graduates and those already employed in the life science sector, has been announced by The University of the Highlands and Islands. The course aims to improve practical and laboratory ...

Wage Theft: How Two States Are Fighting Against Companies That Categorize ...
Repeated countless times nationwide, often with impunity, the practice enables dishonest companies to underbid honest competitors by categorizing employees as independent contractors—thereby dodging laws that require the payment of state and federal ...

Researcher loses job at NSF after government questions her role as 1980s activist
Valerie Barr was 22 and living in New York City in 1979 when she became politically active. A recent graduate of New York University with a master's degree in computer science, Barr handed out leaflets, stood behind tables at rallies, and baked cookies ...

Education ministry signs sh14.5bn deal with universities
The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education and Sports, Dr. Rose Nassali Lukwago said the HEST Project aims to contribute to building Uganda's human capital skills development capacity—particularly in education, science and technology—to respond ...

Sr. Director, Strategic Medical Communications Job Berkeley Heights, NJ
Celgene is a global biopharmaceutical company leading the way in medical innovation to help patients live longer, better lives. Our purpose as a company is to discover and develop therapies that will change the course of human health.

Panelists talk STEM collaboration, employment and design
At a panel discussing STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education Tuesday morning, President and CEO of Research Triangle Park Bob Geolas said society has turned math and science into something scary. Debates have been started ...

It's Not About Creating Another Silicon Valley But Preventing Another Motor City
The interconnections of these great minds through employment, business or investment allowed people to share a deep and unique knowledge that helped these companies drive through all the engineering and manufacturing challenges and led to the ...

How Innovation Can Lead To Life Purpose
We talked at length recently about how science and technology can contribute in a significant way to what is essentially a highly personal and subjective issue.

Dead end jobs rising amid world struggle to meet demand for good quality work ...
He said cyber security was an emerging sector. Ms McVey said youth unemployment was dropping in the UK and that schools needed to teach subjects that led to jobs, particularly in science. She said the private sector had picked up 2 million jobs in ...

'We live within its structures': Iver Bernstein on modern segregation
This fall, the American Culture Studies program in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis will launch a series of lecture/workshops on Modern Segregation.

MIT Grabs Top Spot in QS World University Rankings
"In the wake of the recession, both governments and private sector FUNDING sources are placing greater emphasis on high-impact STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) research, much of which takes place in specialist institutions," QS ...

Research Scientists Have Lower Unemployment Rates
Full-time employment ranged from 64.5% for psychology doctorates to 90% for computer and information sciences doctorates, while unemployment rates ranged from 1.2% for those who received doctorates in mathematics and statistics to 2.7% for those who ...



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