Workforce and skills
General Motors CEO Mary Barra says the automotive industry will experience more dramatic change in the next decade than it has in the past 50 years.
Mazda has announced a new graduate recruitment plan for fiscal year ending March 2017 which will see it employ a total of 475 new workers.
THE US Education Technology sector received a massive boost last year, with funding having reached $1.87bn in 2014.
Ford Motor Company is collaborating with the National Veterans Transition Services on a three-week workshop designed specifically to address the issues female veterans face as a growing number of them are returning to civilian life and a possibly uncertain future.
BirdDog, which operates a recruitment and applicant tracking solution for the construction, engineering and skilled trades industries, has been identified as a finalist for the Top Growth Company and Technology Company of the Year at the Prometheus Awards which are run by the Technology Association of Iowa (TAI).
Educational groups ComEd and The Remix Project Chicago have launched their “Power of Possibilities” campaign to promote STEM subjects in schools.
Lockheed Martin has announced a new $2m, multi-year grant to support the expansion of college and career-focused science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) programs for all Orange County Public Schools.
Doosan and Bobcat Company have announced their continued support of innovation in education by donating $3m to North Dakota State University (NDSU) to fund a STEM-related scholarship program.
The number of US manufacturing jobs increased by 17,000 in December 2014, just above the monthly average for the sector of 16,000 new jobs per month in 2014 and up from an average of 7,000 per month in 2013.
President Obama has unveiled a new proposal to offer two years of free community college to 'responsible students' across America.