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As state economy grows, questions of where new labor is coming from

State House News Service |

The most recent numbers from the state show a sharp uptick in the labor force in Massachusetts. The question is where are those people coming from.

Leverage diversity to your benefit

BONNIE J. WALKER |

Diversity is all the ways we are unique by demographics, beliefs, backgrounds, talents, capabilities, ideas, ways of living, generation and experience.

Becker adds e-sports scholarships

Grant Welker |

Becker College has begun offering scholarships to students studying e-sports management, making it what Becker says is the first program to do so in the country.

MWCC, Fitchburg schools get $4.5M college readiness grant

Zachary Comeau |

Mount Wachusett Community College, with Fitchburg Public Schools, has received a $4.5-million federal grant to help more than 800 students navigate the path to college.

Assumption adding nursing bachelor's program

Grant Welker |

Assumption College in Worcester said Tuesday it has received pre-requisite approval from the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing for a bachelor's degree in nursing.

Anna Maria tops Central Mass. colleges for gender leadership

Grant Welker |

Anna Maria College in Paxton tops Central Massachusetts colleges when it comes to gender parity, according to a new report weighing how equally women are represented on campuses.

Educate your employees

JAMES VANDER HOOVEN |

Continuing education is key to remaining competitive in our rapidly changing economy. This applies not only to individuals, but businesses. An educated workforce is a huge asset in an industry.

Movers & Shakers

Eight Central Mass. businesspeople were on the move this issue.

Report details gender gap in higher education

State House News Service |

Women account for almost half of all provosts and more than half of deans at Massachusetts colleges and universities, but only 31 percent of the presidents and chancellors, according to a new report...

Catholic church seeks tenant for vacant $7.7M Framingham high school

The vacant Marian High School property has been listed for lease by the Catholic church.

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