Archive for March 20th, 2013
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Low-wage workers earning up to $35,000 a year place less value on job training and general education than employers, a new report reveals. Even though most employers indicate that they provide on-the-job training and apprenticeships for their workers, less than half of low-wage employees say they are confident that their company will help them learn new skills and technologies to remain qualified for their job. Why is there such a mismatch? Read more


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U.S. industrial output rebounded strongly in February, bolstered by a sharp increase in automotive production and providing further evidence that manufacturing continues to drive economic growth despite concerns about government cutbacks. Read more


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Hydrogen fuel cell technology has been around for a few years, and sometimes the progress isn’t always easy to see.

But like with every new technology, you need to have a little patience. Hydrogen fuel cells are being developed in a variety of areas by a wide array of companies, both public and private, governmental and civilian, at the present time.

With a few recent news stories coming to light it seemed like a good opportunity to take a look at some of these projects and see exactly where hydrogen fuel cells are in their development, where they’re being implemented and used right now, and what’s stopping us from living in a much more hydrogen fuel cell-dependent world. Read more


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