Despite the current state of the job market, long term projections point to worker shortages in a variety of industry sectors.
As the demand for an improved health care system is being debated in the halls of government and the media, it is vital that the need for greater investment in improved information technology is included in these discussions.
As increased competition levels the playing field of the global economy, the American educational system needs to transform itself in order to prepare the workforce of tomorrow.
Improving oversight of the derivatives markets will be a critical component of Congress’ efforts to reform the financial regulatory system. Significant debate is underway regarding how best to develop policy that will improve transparency and regulatory oversight of the derivatives markets, whil
In many regions, community colleges play a vital part in developing the workforce and enabling economic development.
Watch ICW's Lydia Logan present at the Building Human Capital through Early Education Conference in Pennsylvania.
The goal of the $787 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) is to create or preserve as many as 4 million jobs across a range of industries and sectors, including health care, construction, energy efficiency, and clean energy.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation hosted John C. Lechleiter, Chairman, President, and CEO of Eli Lilly and Company. According to Dr.
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) provides over $100 billion for education spending, presenting a historic opportunity to create long-lasting results for students and our nation. Recently, the U.S.