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  • Stock options won't go the way of the Dodo Bird

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    Dan Walter, Performensation

    An August 27, 2013, there was an article in the Wall Street Journal titled “Last Gasp for Stock Options?” The writer, Emily Chasan, starts the article with this sentence: “Stock options are on the verge of extinction.” Since Emily just came out and said it, I won't bury the lead either.

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  • What the Skills Gap DOESN’T Mean for STEM Jobs

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    Jessica Miller-Merrell, blogging4jobs

    The skills gap is a growing concern for employers across America and there is no better example than in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) industries. Of more than 4000 companies PayScale surveyed, 67% report having a skills gap in 2013. Its effects are felt by companies that are constantly under pressure to develop advanced technologies, but it’s also felt by companies across every imaginable industry simply filling positions in IT and related departments. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that there will be 8,654,000 jobs in STEM jobs in just five years, and that’s not even including self-employed professionals. Job creation is certainly a positive thing, but 42 percent of employers believe that employees will enter the workforce unprepared for STEM jobs.

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