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What to Know About Indefinite Leave To Remain Visas

If you’ve been living or studying in the UK for a minimum of five years, you are eligible to apply for indefinite leave to remain. . . . → Read More: What to Know About Indefinite Leave To Remain Visas

Future Proof Job Roles

Searching for a future proof role for your working life can help you to avoid being forced into the decision further down the line. . . . → Read More: Future Proof Job Roles

Helping an Employee Back Into the Office

What does it take to get an employee back to work in difficult times but also after an employee’s individual difficult time? . . . → Read More: Helping an Employee Back Into the Office

Infographic – Immigrants Boost U.S. Nobel Prizes

Chart: Nobel prize immingrants

The U.S. dominates Nobel prizes in the sciences — physics, chemistry, medicine, and economics — and immigrants to the U.S. contribute a large chunk of those awards. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Immigrants Boost U.S. Nobel Prizes

Why You Should Go Back To College for Science

College isn’t all about being young, and it’s never too late to learn something new. . . . → Read More: Why You Should Go Back To College for Science

HBCUs Still Putting Blacks in STEM

Katherine Johnson

HBCUs still hand out more bachelor’s degrees in STEM fields to Blacks than traditionally white institutions, but no longer produce the rates of STEM bachelors they once did. . . . → Read More: HBCUs Still Putting Blacks in STEM

Infographic – Skilled Immigrants Fill Computer Jobs

Skilled visas chart

This weekend’s infographic shows a large majority of H-1B visas fill temporary jobs in computer-related fields, with most workers well-paid and highly educated. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Skilled Immigrants Fill Computer Jobs

Help Employees Be Happier, at Home and Work

Happy employees are better workers, whether they’re happy at work or happy in their life. . . . → Read More: Help Employees Be Happier, at Home and Work

How to Successfully Integrate a Remote Developer Into Your Current Team

Right now, many managers are trying to juggle hybrid teams; some staff are in the office and others are at home. . . . → Read More: How to Successfully Integrate a Remote Developer Into Your Current Team

Energy Employees Not Ready for Office Return

Engineers at a desk

A survey shows a large majority of energy industry workers prefers to continue working remotely than return their regular offices during the Covid-19 pandemic. . . . → Read More: Energy Employees Not Ready for Office Return