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  • Agvicvltvre Hall, University of Wisconsin

    Higher ed., higher costs

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    Budget battles in Wisconsin highlight Millennials’ rough start in the working world By Jamie Stark While college is often considered a prerequisite for success in the American workforce (perhaps now more than ever), it is no longer a safety blanket in the journey toward financial stability and comfortable living. Recent […]

  • Help Wanted. Future Challenges Reader Volume 3

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    The third in a series of Future Challenges Readers is published! “Help Wanted” covers the topic of unemployment, a plague sickening many of the world’s largest economies. The subject requires us to think about demographic change (Who should be working? For how long?), education (How do we train a workforce that […]

  • People in front of the unemployment agency in Spain. Photo taken by Ekinez Sorty on Wikicommons. CC-BY 2.0.

    Finding a Job, Changing a Market

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    Much has been discussed about the recent wave of qualified migrants from Europe to Brazil, and how this is a solution for a hopeless generation in the Old continent. But what can their job-searching skills and aspirations bring back to the emerging country?

  • Future Challenges Reader: Work in the Developing World

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    Today we have published the first Future Challenges Reader! The first volume comprises the lead article Work in the Developing World and five “Local Views” from our blogger network. We hope you’ll enjoy this first in a series of Future Challenges Readers. This volume is published under a Creative Commons CC […]