The World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the Global Future Councils today hosted an enthralling discussion around the effect on jobs in the age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Bayt.com has just introduced video cover letters to 33 million job seekers.
Tesla is slashing thousands of jobs, the firm’s CEO Elon Musk announced, as the electronic car company attempts to hit production targets and reach profitability.
Humanity experienced several technological revolutions, which mainly led to an increase in productivity, efficiency and overall improvements in our lives. Usually, when certain jobs were eliminated, the new ones, which never existed before, were born out of newer innovations and technologies. As an example, digital marketing specialists didn’t exist before computers were invented.
Dubai has again improved its innovation performance, climbing one spot to rank 14th among 30 global cities in the third Dubai …
As tech giants snag all available talent, enterprises are scrambling to staff up for an AI-fueled future by partnering with universities and grooming talent from within.
Developers prefer education from a developer ecosystem over money, according to a recent survey from Accenture.
Microsoft has launched Project Sangam, a cloud service integrated with LinkedIn that will help train and generate employment for middle and low-skilled workers.
Yahoo announced that 15 percent of its workforce will be cut and will close some of its online services in a major turnaround plan.
Facebook took second place, as expected, with 35 percent adoption from small businesses. Surprisingly, LinkedIn was close behind, with 33 percent adoption.