David Butcher
David Butcher

David Butcher is an entrepreneur and writer who has covered business and technology trends in the B2B and industrial spaces for nearly a decade. Having served as the editor of ThomasNet News’ Industry Market Trends (IMT) and as an editor for Technology Marketing Corp.’s Customer Interaction Solutions magazine, his writing has been cited by the New York Times online and others.

A graduate of the State University of New York, Purchase, in upstate N.Y., David currently resides in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Internships Are Benefitting Both Employers and Job-Seekers in Tight Market

Recognizing that internship programs can serve as a valuable pipeline for new talent in the face of a skilled labor crisis, employers are offering interns hourly pay above the minimum wage along with non-monetary perks.

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Engineers’ Confidence About Their Profession Rises

Demand for engineering skills in the U.S. continues to boost the confidence of engineers about their work and job prospects, according to a quarterly index that focuses on the profession.

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Friday Focus: 3 Universities to Collaborate on Big Data Research for Job Creation

Three universities are launching a multimillion-dollar effort to promote collaborative research into big data and develop new career paths in data science.

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Friday Focus: 3 Universities to Collaborate on Big Data Research for Job Creation

Three universities are launching a multimillion-dollar effort to promote collaborative research into big data and develop new career paths in data science.

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Social Media Gives Rise to New Employment Opportunities

Social media has altered the way hiring managers and job candidates communicate with each other, a new survey shows.

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Social Media Gives Rise to New Employment Opportunities

Social media has altered the way hiring managers and job candidates communicate with each other, a new survey shows.

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Made in America…Again: Reshoring’s Impact on U.S. Manufacturing Job Creation

If the reshoring trend in manufacturing continues, as experts believe, it could generate millions of new jobs during the rest of the decade.

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Made in America…Again: Reshoring’s Impact on U.S. Manufacturing Job Creation

If the reshoring trend in manufacturing continues, as experts believe, it could generate millions of new jobs during the rest of the decade.

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How to Be an Effective Mentor

The nation’s workforce is undergoing a profound shift as many of today’s seasoned workers reach traditional retirement age. As such, demand for professionals in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields is forecast to dramatically outpace the supply of STEM workers.

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How to Be an Effective Mentor

The nation’s workforce is undergoing a profound shift as many of today’s seasoned workers reach traditional retirement age. As such, demand for professionals in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields is forecast to dramatically outpace the supply of STEM workers.

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