US Unemployment Rate Drops To 4.6%, A 9-Year Low

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the US unemployment rate fell to a nine-year low in November by dropping to 4.6%. Labor-force participation rate, or the rate of Americans over the age of 16 who are working or looking for a job, has also dropped to 62.7%. Lastly, the U6 rate, or the rate of  people who […]

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Brooklyn Tech Honors Mark A. Tatum ’87 and Josh Weston ’46 at Titans of Tech Dinner!

 On November 30th, 2016, Tech Honored: Mark A. Tatum ‘87- Deputy Commissioner and Chief Operating Officer, National Basketball Association (NBA), Josh Weston ‘46, Honorary Chairman of Automatic Data Processing (ADP), and Special Dedication to the late John A. Cavanagh ’54, Titan in the New York City Construction Industry.

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How To Win Over Millennials

As of 2016, Millennials make up 30% of the independent workforce in America and are continuing to grow as the largest generation of self-employed workers. According to the Huffingpost, companies should focus and understand three things that separate millennial independent workers from the traditional full-time employees of past generations. They state, that with most Millennials […]

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