Thursday’s News Roundup

The good news: Employment
in the future will favor two kinds of workers, and one of them is the highly skilled professional, including those focused on technology. The bad news: The other kind is the low-skilled service worker. [AP]

Many New England software firms have added employees as revenues improved as
much as 15 percent from 2009. Technology firms have been the most aggressive
above other local industry tapping staffing agencies for additional employees.
[Boston.com]

Miami seeks to create its own Silicon Valley
through a technology enterprise zone. [Miami Today]

Also in Florida, Palmetto Aerospace Manufacturing – which makes heavy-duty computer systems for the military – is tripling the size of its production
facility.
[Bradenton.com]

Some good tips on how to land a job in the current economy. [Washington Post]

 — Chandler Harris

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