Compensation Eases in June; Finding Qualified Workers Remains a Challenge for Small Businesses

Seasonally adjusted, a net 36% of owners reported raising compensation in June, down five points from May and the lowest since May 2021. A net 22% of owners plan to raise compensation in the next three months, according to NFIB’s monthly jobs report. “The labor force participation rate remains below pre-COVID levels, which is contributing to the tight labor market … [More]

City of Buckeye Stepping Up as New Jobs Demand Housing for Its Current, Future Employment Base

The City of Buckeye, Arizona, is seeing tremendous growth in its housing market, ignited by construction of the 2 MSF KORE Power plant as well as other large corporations putting down stakes in the bustling West Valley city. KORE recently received an $850 million from the U.S. Department of Energy. State officials estimate the plant will create about 3,000 new jobs and … [More]

SEMICON West 2023 Opens Tomorrow to Showcase Industry Growth to $1 Trillion, Sustainability and Talent

Critical semiconductor industry topics will take center stage at SEMICON West 2023, opening tomorrow with leading CEOs gathering at the Moscone Center in San Francisco for the latest insights into industry growth opportunities, sustainability, and workforce development. The July 11-13 event, North America's premier exhibition and conference for the microelectronics supply … [More]

ASU Launches New W. P. Carey School of Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship

As part of a university-wide focus and expansion on ASU’s West campus, the W. P. Carey School of Business is launching a new academic unit — the W. P. Carey School of Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship (TIE). The new interdisciplinary school houses both undergraduate and graduate degree offerings, several research and activity centers, and faculty from a range of … [More]

Arizona State University Names New Lead to ASU Health

Arizona State University has named Dr. Sherine Gabriel — whose resume includes an extensive list of leadership positions in medicine and academia — executive vice president to lead ASU Health. Gabriel has dedicated her career to improving health and advancing innovative education, training and equitable health outcomes as a medical systems leader, educator, population … [More]

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