By Liz King
There was a time when basic computer skills like "email" and "Excel" were rare and in demand. You could even list "typing" or "telephony" on your resume and expect it to get some attention.
Not anymore. Read More »
By John Sumser
The top 10 jobs in demand in 2010 did not exist in 2004. Sixty percent of new jobs require skills that only 20 percent of workers have. Read More »
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