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Oct 11, 2013

Too many high achievers?

There's a big push to promote college education among young people in the U.S. But is there such a thing as too many college graduates?....More
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Oct 09, 2013

Small change, big gains

A recently released paperback from energy entrepreneur Thomas In Small Change, Big Gains, Stoner both gives a thorough background in the economics....More
Oct 03, 2013

What Steve Jobs' biographer got right

If you haven't already seen the movie about Steve Jobs' life, my advice would be not to bother. I lived through the early history of Jobs....More
Sep 03, 2013

Why some degrees may be worthless

Many of us who have been in the corporate world for awhile have encountered  a situation or two like this: You run into recent grads who don....More
Jul 08, 2013

Here's what happens when STEM promotion is successful: A million Indian engineering grads scramble for jobs

Now we know what can happen when too many kids get funneled into engineering curricula. According to a report in The Economic Times, there were....More
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Leland serves as Editor-in-Chief of Machine Design. He has 34 years of Service and holds a B.S. Engineering from the University of Michigan, a B.S. Electrical Engineering from the University of...
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