Archive for June 21st, 2013
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When it comes to manufacturing sector employment, women are falling behind men. A look at recent statistics reveals that even with the expansion of 530,000 jobs between February 2010 and April 2013, women actually lost 28,000 jobs during that same period. The U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee Report, released by Vice Chair and U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar, and a recent report by Deloitte and the Manufacturing Institute highlight several solutions to attract more women to the manufacturing sector.
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When traveling in London’s subway, or “the Tube,” we are reminded with both visual signs and auditory warnings to “Mind the Gap” — to be safe when traversing between station platforms and subway car doors.
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An estimated 12 percent of the electricity consumed in this country is used for lighting. This represents a huge opportunity since, until recently, most lighting was based on incandescent technology, which depends on heating filaments until they are white hot to produce light, a process that is very inefficient. Newer technologies, such as CFLs (compact florescent lamps) and now LEDs (light-emitting diodes), offer far more efficient light production as well as substantially longer life. But prices are still high. The bulbs do pay for themselves over time, and sales have been steadily growing. But the pace could be quicker. Read more


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