Archive for February 14th, 2013

Employers anticipate hiring 13 percent more graduates this year than they did in 2012, but some job candidates will have a better chance at getting and keeping a job if they have a paid internship on their resume, according to two surveys. Read more


Smaller firms are starting to rival – and even outpace – large companies when it comes to employee compensation growth, which may be due to the versatility and adaptability of small business amid a turbulent economic climate. Read more

Fiberight generates CNG and ethanol from common trash, while also separating out recyclables.

Fiberight generates CNG and ethanol from common trash, while also separating out recyclables.

If you walk into a forest, or out into a meadow, you will see a natural system that understands and embodies sustainability. Everything is used efficiently and nothing is wasted. Fed by renewable air, water and sunshine alone, these systems manifest the idea that has become the shorthand for the sustainability movement: waste equals food.

Many pundits have suggested that if we are going to move our economy onto a sustainable path, we would do well to emulate nature’s example. Today’s story is about a company that has done exactly that, and in doing so they may have just have taken the waste-equals-food challenge to a new level. Read more

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