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The recession is lingering and the job market is barely showing signs of improvement. Although the official unemployment numbers have dropped below the 7 percent line, other data shows the workforce has dramatically shrunk.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: Government Tech PolicyThe Victorian Government has launched its state-based Collaborative Care Cluster as a national program, giving patients across Australia access to a program which empowers them to work collaboratively with their GPs, specialists, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals to manage their own health issues, using a new online capabi
Rising income inequality is quickly becoming the most prevalent issue of our century, "the defining challenge of our time," according to President Obama. No where is this more acute than in San Francisco, where rents growing at 3 times the national average are squeezing out the lower and middle classes in favor of tech workers who can pay astronomical housing prices. Read More
Dice this week released new data showing that more than half of new tech jobs created in 2013 year-to-date have been filled by women.
We're encouraged to see this trend and believe it will continue. The Linux Foundation is doing what it can to encourage women to contribute to and advance Linux.
At the same time that unemployment and low wages continue to plague the larger U.S. economy, Silicon Valley and the rest of the tech industry is having a hiring crisis — many tech companies just can’t seem to find enough people with the coding skills needed to fill the relatively well-paying jobs of building the software and web products of the future.
Bloomberg: "Bay Area unemployment is even higher than the 9.7 percent national average. Clearly, the great Silicon Valley innovation machine hasn't been creating many jobs of late -- unless you are counting Asia, where American technology companies have been adding jobs like mad for years."