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Management & Labor

The Winners and Losers in Retail's Growing Divide

As more shopping moves online, most places are suffering job losses. But not everywhere.

By Mike Maciag  |  July 20, 2018
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Management & Labor

How Automation Could Impact the Public Workforce

New studies shed light on the job security of certain government jobs in an increasingly digital age.

By Michael Maciag  |  January 4, 2018
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Management & Labor

The Digital Jobs Gap Is Growing

Jobs requiring a high degree of digital skills are rapidly increasing -- but not everywhere. That could be a big problem for some local economies.

By Michael Maciag  |  November 15, 2017
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Infrastructure & Environment

Where the Digital Divide Is the Worst

Low-income Americans still connect to the internet at far lower rates than wealthier households.

By Michael Maciag  |  September 7, 2017
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Management & Labor

Is Automation Anxiety All Hype?

Fears are spreading that automation will be a massive job-killer. But the extent to which that could be true depends on the region and industry -- and which researcher you talk to.

By Mike Maciag  |  August 9, 2017
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Management & Labor

Advanced Industry Jobs Expanding Unevenly Across U.S.

According to a new report, some regions are adding high-skill, high-paying jobs, while others are seeing them decline.

By Michael Maciag  |  August 4, 2016
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Infrastructure & Environment

The Cities Where Autonomous Vehicles Would Be Most Practical

A new report suggests certain travel patterns make some cities ideal for the technology and urges officials to start planning for it.

By Michael Maciag  |  March 16, 2017
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Management & Labor

Is Indianapolis Becoming the Silicon Valley of the Midwest?

Most places in America aren't adding many tech jobs. The Indianapolis region is an exception.

By Michael Maciag  |  March 20, 2017
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Elections

Uninformed Voters Are a Problem. This May Be a Solution.

A new award-winning website aims to better educate voters about downballot races, which people often know little (if anything) about.

By Michael Maciag  |  March 23, 2016
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Data

Internet Connection Data for Cities

Review household city Internet adoption rates and connections data

By Michael Maciag  |  December 3, 2014
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Data

Broadband Adoption: U.S. County Map

View broadband adoption rates and provider data for U.S. counties.

By Mike Maciag  |  October 29, 2014
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