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FWI and SHRM Report Shows Missed Opportunities for the Employment of People with Disabilities
NEW YORK, Oct. 1 -- Society for Human Resource Management issued the following news release:
Employers in the United States are attuned to the needs of employees with disabilities when it comes to readjusting tasks when needed but largely lack concerted efforts to attract and hire these employees, according to information released today from a national report by the Families and Work Institute (FWI) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
Effective and flexible workplaces ser . . .
Earnings of Tennessee College Graduates Vary Dramatically Five Years After Graduation
WASHINGTON, Sept. 30 -- The American Institutes for Research issued the following news release:
A study of those earning a postsecondary degree or certificate in Tennessee finds that the median wages of individuals with associate degrees and long- term certificates often exceed those earned by bachelor degree holders in the first year of employment, an advantage that mostly disappears after five years in the workplace.
The report, Tennessee Public Postsecondary Graduates and the Labor Mark . . .
Governor Patrick Welcomes First Class of Leadership Fellows to work in State Government
BOSTON, Sept. 30 -- Gov. Deval Patrick, D-Mass., has issued the following news release:
Governor Deval Patrick today welcomed the first class of women chosen as Leadership Fellows to work in key positions created within the executive branch of state government and the quasi-public agencies. Fellows will serve a one-year term as part of the Patrick Administration's effort to expand access to high-level careers and improve the outcome for all women in the workplace across the economic spectrum. . . .
MMA Report Suggests Worldwide Mobile Ad Spend Could Reach $220 Billion
NEW YORK, Sept. 30 -- The Mobile Marketing Association issued the following news release:
The Mobile Marketing Association (MMA), the leading global trade association for the mobile marketing industry, today released a report titled, How Big is the Mobile Marketing Opportunity, which explores the mobile ad market opportunity for both marketers and mobile ad/media sellers. Based on a study that combines empirical data about the effectiveness of mobile advertising with estimates of future mobil . . .
New Report Shows School Vouchers Saved $1.7 Billion During First Two Decades
INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 30 -- The Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice issued the following news release:
School vouchers that help pay for private school tuition for students who transferred from their local public school saved more than $1.7 billion over a 20-year period, according to a new study released today.
The findings are part of an analysis of school voucher programs across the country released today by the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice, the legacy foundation of No . . .