Jobs and the Economy of the Future
Exports Will Help Define America's Next Economy AP/Noaki Schwartz

Exports Will Help Define America's Next Economy

How does the U.S. re-focus on producing goods and services to sell to other nations?

How to Grow Manufacturing in the U.S. AP/Elaine Thompson

How to Grow Manufacturing in the U.S.

Four actions the government can take to ensure that more products are "Made in America"

Are Entrepreneurs Born or Built? eye's eye/flickr

Are Entrepreneurs Born or Built?

Four business owners discuss the keys to creating a successful startup

The Difficult Path for Education Jobs AP/Darron Cummings

The Difficult Path for Education Jobs

The normally recession proof sector has begun to falter. How will it fare in years to come?

Nervous But Hopeful About Jobs After Graduation Wikimedia Commons

Nervous But Hopeful About Jobs After Graduation

Despite a tough economy, students still believe hard work will lead to a successful career

A Good Time for School frankh/flickr

A Good Time for School

Graduate school is one way to avoid a tough job market, but is education overrated?

How to Build the Next Economy AP/Brad Camp

How to Build the Next Economy

Creating a nation driven by exports, powered by low-carbon, fueled by innovation, and rich with opportunity

Students Optimistic About Jobs, Despite Tough Times Wikimedia Commons

Students Optimistic About Jobs, Despite Tough Times

They remain positive as they pursue paths such as entrepreneurship, research, and academia

Can Green Banks and Infrastructure Banks Save the U.S.? AP/Michael Conroy

Can Green Banks and Infrastructure Banks Save the U.S.?

And what are they in the first place?

What 3 Start-Ups Say About the Future of Jobs and Technology atlantic

What 3 Start-Ups Say About the Future of Jobs and Technology

What sectors will grow fastest in the next 20 years?

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Voices of Tomorrow

University students provide their thoughts and concerns about their job prospects and the economy's direction Feb 18, 2011: Several character traits are necessary to flourish as the owner of a new business

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