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A growing shortage of educators is adding pressure to a group that advocates say is already spread too thin in schools across the country.
Nursing shortages, driven by more patients and fewer nurse educators, are a growing problem for rural communities.
CareerCast ranks the best-paying jobs, including surgeon, PR exec, military general and data scientist.
Efforts to diversify the workplace are faltering, and some say it's because companies lack understanding of their workforces and key markets.
As the FAA considers drones for commercial use, demand is spiking for the engineers needed to design the aircraft, and operators needed to run them.
The air-traffic controller shortage is a real problem — and you can blame FAA mismanagement for that, says Steven Pociask.
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What we're seeing now in the job market is a "tale of two economies," the CEO of job-listing site Glassdoor said on CNBC.
Recognizing their price tag has turned many students away, many schools are resetting tuition rates. Don't expect to pay less, though.
Experts say creative skills are vital for workers looking to protect themselves from being replaced by new technologies.
Facing a skills shortage and skyrocketing costs in Silicon Valley, more U.S. companies — such as Amazon, Google and Facebook — are going to Canada to tap tech talent and open satellite offices.