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Definitely Not Suitable For A Promotion
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Definitely Not Suitable For A Promotion

Employees with a history of burnout have the lowest chances at being selected for a promotion, according to research published in European Sociological Review. ...

Research Links Work From Home Success to Work/Life Boundaries
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Research Links Work From Home Success to Work/Life Boundaries

Remote jobs can help workers craft more satisfying lives, with higher psychological well-being and work engagement, but only if that work occurs during regular...

ChatGPT Is Now Finding, Fixing Bugs in Code
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ChatGPT Is Now Finding, Fixing Bugs in Code

Researchers asked ChatGPT to find bugs in sample code and suggest a fix. They found it works better than existing automated program repair approaches, fixing 31...

Big Tech Is Really Bad at Firing People
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Big Tech Is Really Bad at Firing People

Tech companies have laid off tens of thousands of workers over the past few months in an industry-wide downsizing. Almost without fail, they've handled it horribly...

ChatGPT Can't Be Credited As an Author, Academic Publisher Says
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ChatGPT Can't Be Credited As an Author, Academic Publisher Says

Academic publisher Springer Nature said that software like ChatGPT can't be credited as an author in papers published in its journals, but has no problem with AI...

Tech Businesses Hampered by Drawing from Limited Talent Pool
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Tech Businesses Hampered by Drawing from Limited Talent Pool

Businesses hurt their efforts to diversify tech teams and recruit talent when they prioritize candidates' academic prestige over their potential, according to a...

Replacing a SQL Analyst With 26 Recursive GPT Prompts
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Replacing a SQL Analyst With 26 Recursive GPT Prompts

Ken Van Haren describes experimenting with GPT-3 to see if it could entirely replace a dreaded "analytics on-call" rotation.

Developers Should Use Memory-Safe Languages, Report Says
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Developers Should Use Memory-Safe Languages, Report Says

Developers should commit to using memory-safe languages for new products and tools, according to a study from Consumer Reports, which provided a set of recommendations...

Computer Science Students Evaluate Recent Tech Layoffs
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Computer Science Students Evaluate Recent Tech Layoffs

Recent job cuts by tech giants are keeping computer science students on their toes. "It's a little disconcerting but at the same time, it is not unexpected," says...

Layoffs at Tech Giants Reverse Small Part of Hiring Spree
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Layoffs at Tech Giants Reverse Small Part of Hiring Spree

Some of the biggest tech companies have announced tens of thousands of job cuts. But even after layoffs, their work forces are still above pre-pandemic levels. ...

ChatGPT Outperforms Students on Wharton MBA Exam
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ChatGPT Outperforms Students on Wharton MBA Exam

The artificial intelligence-powered chatbot ChatGPT performed better than many students on MBA exams at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, according...

Method Gives Workplace Assignments to Synthetic Populations
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Method Gives Workplace Assignments to Synthetic Populations

Researchers in Japan have developed a way to assign workplaces to individuals in computer-generated synthetic populations.

Josh Sweat, 'Nerdy' Eagles DE, Builds Computers From Scratch
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Josh Sweat, 'Nerdy' Eagles DE, Builds Computers From Scratch

Josh Sweat, the 25-year-old pass-rusher for the Philadelpha Eagles, has built 20 computers from scratch over the past decade.

Helping Gen Z Employees Find Their Place at Work
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Helping Gen Z Employees Find Their Place at Work

How can managers create a team dynamic of collaboration, commitment, and sustained motivation for Gen Z employees who struggle with engagement at work?

Why Software Developer Is the No. 1 Job of 2023
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Why Software Developer Is the No. 1 Job of 2023

Software developer is the top job of 2023, according to U.S. News & World Report's 100 Best Jobs rankings. The median salary is $120,730.

An Uneven Job Market for Assistant Professors
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An Uneven Job Market for Assistant Professors

The most recent Academic Analytics database reveals that demand for assistant professors is growing, but unevenly across disciplines.

Big Tech's Layoffs Shows How U.S. Fails Immigrant Workers
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Big Tech's Layoffs Shows How U.S. Fails Immigrant Workers

One group has been particularly shortchanged by the tens of thousands of layoffs by tech employers in recent months: U.S. immigrants holding H-1B visas for workers...

Laid-Off Workers Are Flooded With Fake Job Offers
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Laid-Off Workers Are Flooded With Fake Job Offers

Employment scams using fake job opportunities to swindle applicants are on the rise and have found a new, prime target in laid-off tech workers.

Data4All Workshops Demo Data Science Potential, Pathways
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Data4All Workshops Demo Data Science Potential, Pathways

Data4All High School Bridge workshops give high school students invaluable lessons about data science and the first steps toward data-focused STEM learning in college...
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