Washington, DC - For the 11th year in a row, the Department of State has placed in the top ten ideal employers in an annual poll of undergraduates. Universum Global announced its 2015 Most Attractive Employers in the United States survey results that are based on the responses of over 81,000 undergraduate students. The survey took place from September 2014 to January 2015.

Washington, DC - Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Consumer Protection Director Jessica Rich announced in a blog post published today the formation of the Office of Technology Research and Investigation (OTRI), a successor to the Bureau’s Mobile Technology Unit (MTU) that will expand the agency’s technology expertise in an age of rapid technological innovation.

Imperial, California (BPT) - The face of the average college student is changing, with more working adults heading back to school to complete degrees and enhance their careers. Being an adult learner means bringing life experience to the table, but it also means juggling more responsibilities alongside coursework – including working, managing a home and family commitments. That’s why there are five essential elements that every adult learner should have in their arsenal of tools to support educational success.

Los Angeles, California - Korn Ferry (NYSE:KFY), a single source of leadership and talent consulting services, today released executive survey results showcasing the importance of diversity and inclusion programs.

Washington, DC - The President and his Administration are focused on promoting middle class economics to ensure that all Americans can contribute to and benefit from our American resurgence. Part of that effort requires empowering every American with the education and training they need to earn higher wages.

Murrieta, California - The idea of a female solar task force sprang from a need identified by the founders of The Veteran Asset (TVA) - one who is a female entrepreneur, one who owns and operates a solar photovoltaic (PV) company, and one who recently retired from the US Marines with over 20 years of service. All three report that they see a driving need to recruit more women into the male-dominated renewable energy sector.