But we’ve shifted quickly from a media environment defined by scarcity to one defined by abundance where the human attention that can be allocated to it is finite. Attention is now the most valuable asset.
States and districts continue to explore how best to define and measure both college and career readiness. These efforts could now get a boost with introduction of a new indicator and support from the business community.
At the U.S. Chamber Foundation our core belief is that business is part of the solution. We believe in its endless potential as problem solvers and difference makers.
It’s never easy to make a major life transition, and that is certainly true for changing jobs. However, changing jobs as a civilian is one thing. Transitioning out of the military and into an incredibly complex civilian sector is an entirely different kind of test unto itself.
It is time to build an Internet transportation system for the 21st century.
The Corporate Citizenship Center (CCC) is thrilled to welcome a new member to our team.
Kansas City Public Library. Union Station in Denver. Wrigley Square in Chicago. The Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. What do all these urban landmarks have in common?
It wasn’t long ago when a person in the United States could make a middle class living as long as he or she had an alarm clock and a good work ethic. These jobs often required routine work where a person didn’t need to have broad skill sets to earn a decent living. But, times have changed.
The flood that affected Louisiana last month was historic in many ways. An estimated 4 trillion gallons of rain fell over a four day period flooding anywhere from 60,000 to 188,000 homes (depending on your source). FEMA has said that over 100,000 people or households have applied for help and 2