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03/26/2018 - More Companies Teach Workers What Colleges Don’t

More Companies Teach Workers What Colleges Don’t

– The Wall Street Journal

With the labor market the tightest it has been in a generation, the misalignment between the fast changes in technology and the ability of traditional colleges to keep up with it is causing big-and expensive-headaches for employers. So companies are increasingly taking matters into their own hands.

#MeToo Called For An Overhaul. Are Workplaces Really Changing?

– The New York Times

Women have spoken. Men have fallen. Corporations are nervous. But are American workplaces making real progress in curbing sexual harassment?

Why The British Soda Tax Might Work Better Than Any Of The Soda Taxes That Came Before

– The Washington Post

A new British soda tax takes a different approach from its U.S. counterparts but it may not be long before that tact shows up here.

Rural Counties Are Making A Comeback, Census Data Shows

– The Pew Charitable Trusts

With new census data out, Pew Trusts crunches the data and concludes that rural counties are seeing a population rise.