Where Talent Is Concerned, Diversity Equals Opportunity
2 Dec 2021
The first release of 2020 U.S. Census data has been made public and confirms a trend that demographers and interested observers (including site selectors) have been watching develop for several decades: The U.S. population is growing more slowly, aging more rapidly and continuing to diversify.
Here is a snapshot of some of the most interesting findings.
Computer Science for All IowansDec 2 2021
Computer science and information technology skills are transforming into a day-to-day skill set in today’s workforce that impacts every industry. Health information technicians encode and analyze patient information, cybersecurity analysts anticipate and protect companies from cyberattacks, machinists code robotic drills and welders, and software engineers build websites and computer software...
December 2, 2021 (DES MOINES) – At today’s meeting, the Enhance Iowa Board awarded $5,168,458 in Community Attraction and Tourism (CAT) grants to projects in Adair, Creston, Davenport, Decorah, Epworth, Fort Madison, Grimes, Grinnell, Hartley, Keokuk, Marshalltown, Nevada, Sioux Center, Spirit Lake, Waukee and Woodbine. The details for the...
It’s EVerywhereDec 1 2021
Ford’s decision to make its biggest-ever investments in electric vehicles at sites in Tennessee and Kentucky serves to solidify the southern U.S. as America’s Ground Zero for EV production. In late September, the Detroit-based automaker announced plans with South Korean battery maker SK Innovation to invest a combined $11.4 billion...