Another unspoken cultural issue in America is getting worse.
A second coffee shop that employs robots instead of humans has opened in San Francisco to battle minimum wage and other labor costs.
A new six-year look at H-1B Visa’s being issued by cities shows Indianapolis overall has a very low demand. Continue reading →
Newly released data from the Department of Homeland Security shows a different story on how the public perceives of America’s immigration system. Continue reading →
Job opportunities exist that pay salaries over $100,000 annually for doing simple tasks for the rich.
One European town is now facing a disaster in open refugee government policy. Continue reading →
Generation X, age group between 36 – 51 & 20% of U.S. population, are up and moving.
With shrinking demographics enrolling and schools financials getting tight, look for a major shift in academics.
Some new data is out on Indiana high schools that produce college ready students after they graduate.
Online shopping is giving consumers more free time while brick & mortar retail adjusts to the dwindling physical presence.