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Workforce Diversity For Engineering And IT Professionals Magazine, established in 1994, is the first magazine published for the professional, diversified high-tech workforce, which encompasses everyone, including women, members of minority groups, people with disabilities, and non-disabled white males to advance in the diversified working community.

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Fostering Inclusion Drives STEM
Diversity of thought, talent and ideas, and fostering an inclusive workplace, are what drive not only recruitment and retention of STEM talent, but also success and innovation for companies inside and outside the STEM fields seeking said talent. read more

    

Five Easy Tips For Networking & Discovering Top Talent
Word of mouth is a powerful and often overlooked way to find great talent and fill open positions in your company, especially if you’re a manager at a smaller company, a small business owner or entrepreneur. read more

 

 

Study Sees Strong Cybersecurity Demand, Lists Top Five Jobs
Recent research shows the demand for cybersecurity professionals remains strong in both the public and private sectors.  read more

 

UMass Amherst Researchers Receive NSF Grant to Improve Software Fairness
Computer science researchers Alexandra Meliou and Yuriy Brun at the University of Massachusetts (UMass) Amherst have received a four-year, $1.05 million grant.  read more

 


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