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A study finds that some journal editors might be inadvertently taking gender into account when selecting reviewers for papers.
The healthcare industry requires certain needs and the New Jersey Healthcare Talent Development Center (NJHTDC) at SMLR is focused on meeting those needs in order to continue to grow....
“We need to be concerned about what Congress is doing, which, to me, is the more present threat,” ~ Tamara Lee, Assistant Professor at SMLR
“It’s not something you can replicate instantaneously,” says Janice Fine, an associate professor at SMLR of Rutgers University and an expert on worker centers.
“A lot of what people are trying to do is start to rebuild a muscle,” says Janice Fine, an associate professor of labor studies at Rutgers University.
An Associate Professor at SMLR, Janice Fine, comments on why people are being involved in protests and strikes.
"It is now time for Congress to encourage companies to expand profit sharing for the middle class." ~ Joseph Blasi, Distinguished Professor at SMLR
“Some jobs have been exported to other countries — particularly those jobs that require less skill and can be easily transported to a country where the cost of labor is...
The average worker who entered the workforce 40 years ago has lost more than $500,000 in productivity gains, according to Rutgers University professor Michael Merrill.
"It’s not just a matter of people with disabilities, you know, staying at home and collecting disability income. It’s a matter of people who want to work are not as...
"Certainly, some people are making a lot more money. But for most of us, wages are stagnating. We’re having to work harder just to stay in place," ~ Dorothy Sue Cobble,...
Automation and technology are changing many jobs, and making others obsolete--so what does the future of work look like?