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The Software Trades and H1B

Sometimes classifications hit home in an uncomfortable way. Most software developers, if asked about what kind of role they play, will generally identify as being "professionals" in the same way that a doctor or lawyer is a professional. Indeed, this is also the classification the Bureau of Labor Statistics uses for the profession. On the surface, this should be obvious - most programmers have at least a Bachelor's degree, many have credentials, they are involved with creative work, and they work in an office. Indeed, many tend to aspire to being a "scientist" and their perspective is, not surprisingly, academic.

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Retail Death in the Fourth Industrial Age

The American retail industry is slowly dying. This is, in many respects, the death of the Third Industrial Age writ upon the landscape of its most visible symbol: The Mall.

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How Deep Learning Can Enhance Cybersecurity

The application of deep learning in cybersecurity assures organizations that their information are safe and secure with machines that are continually working to improve themselves, on their own.

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How to Ensure Proper Career Growth for your Employees in Your Office

Career development and improving crucial job skills are the two most important job satisfaction factors for employees.

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The Coming Demographic Depression

Robots are coming, immigrants are taking over our jobs, outsourcing, lazy Millennials - the number of factors being blamed for the current (real) economic malaise are varied, some with a certain justification (automation is affecting employment) and some without (there is no evidence that immigration negatively takes jobs that would otherwise be filled by US citizens). However, there is almost certainly one group that is affecting the economy negatively: Boomers.

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Blockchain Can Transform the Retail Business

Blockchain in the retail industry can help companies to streamline operations, secure transactions, and efficiently manage information.

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Augmented Reality and Traffic Management

The application of augmented reality (AR) in traffic management could reduce the amount of time spent in a traffic jam. Apart from this, AR can also empower traffic authorities in numerous ways.

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