About one-third of employees have specific concerns about their own job skills, and how that will affect their current and future career prospects, the 2015 Emerging Workforce Study found.
The global ranking is based on alumni and faculty achievements, among other criteria, and is the latest in a series of honors for Florida Institute of Technology.
Projections by the federal Department of Labor show that jobs for supply chain professionals known as logisticians will increase by 22% between 2012 and 2022. That's much faster than the average growth rate for all occupations.
The Department of the Treasury is seeking public input on which female champion of democracy should be featured on a redesigned $10 note. It will be the first time in more than a century that a woman's portrait has graced U.S. paper currency.
Founded in 1865 to stop the widespread counterfeiting of U.S. currency following the Civil War, the federal agency is celebrating its 150th anniversary.
A new Gallup poll shows that 52% of Americans have considerable confidence in law enforcement, although the level of public confidence has fallen to its lowest level since the early 1990s.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is seeking to establish standards for greenhouse gas emissions from aircraft, saying the emissions contribute to global warming and endanger human health.
An estimated 226 billion apps will be downloaded worldwide in 2015, researchers say. Although smartphone users are spending more time on their apps, the number of mobile apps they access each month is holding steady.
The Pew Research Center says Americans value their privacy but that very few feel they have control over how their personal data is collected and used.
About 27% of police officers nationwide belonged to ethnic or racial minorities as of 2013, a significant increase since the late 1980s, new federal statistics show. The ranks of female officers also jumped during that period.