Millennials are America’s largest generation—ever. Are they ready to work?
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation reads the Internet so that you don’t have to, sharing a short list of curated blog posts for your Friday reading.
Will business garner a higher perception or a lower one from the youngest Americans?
It’s Wednesday, here’s what we’ve been reading this week:
The Millennial generation is the future of the American public. While the opinions of older generations might be set, this younger generation brings new perspectives on society that can change the perception of American business. As the key to future perceptions of business, on what side will M
I’ve been making a point to find and study companies that are changing the game: companies who look at conventional business models that are resource-, material-, or energy- intensive and say, “the more efficient, sustainable, and less-wasteful route is the better way to go.” These are companies
What does the public’s understanding of science have to do with energy prices?
The United States is losing ground. Between 1880 and 1980, we were a world leader in wage parity, productivity, and technological innovation. Our country gained, on average, about one year’s worth of education per decade. As a nation, we were out-educating and out-performing the world.