As a follow-up to our “Manufacturing Is Not Dead: The Rise of High-Skill, High-Wage Production Jobs” report, we partnered with the Texas Economic Development Council to present a webinar focusing specifically on manufacturing in Texas. Here’s an overview of what we found.
“What starts here changes the world.” That’s the slogan for the University of Texas at Austin—and an apt description of the school. From its collaborative projects toward social justice to the development of a centimeter-accurate GPS system, it’s clear that the university is making a positive impact on its city, its state, and the world.
Low gas prices and a healthy job market led to record high car sales in 2014, and some of those sales—particularly pick-up truck and compact SUV sales—have continued through 2015. Since someone has to be making those sales, servicing those cars, and drawing up those financial documents, EMSI decided to take a look at what this sales boom means for the labor market.
As they’ve integrated Career Coach into their work, San Antonio’s Alamo Colleges have found that it supports their mission in a number of ways.