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Archive for June 1991

Future workforce to wear new face

The changing workforce is a major characteristic of the new economy. One of the most important changes is the slowdown in U.S. population growth, characterized by the “baby bust” generation — Americans 15 to 26 years old, born between 1965 and 1976. In fact, according to the Hudson Institute’s landmark report, Workforce 2000, and other recent…

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Federal Labs aid civilian economy

Albuquerque- Across the U.S. are more than 500 federal laboratories operated by 14 different federal agencies. Many of the best known labs are weapons labs — such as New Mexico’s Los Alamos National Laboratory, where the atomic bomb was invented, as depicted in the movie Fat Man and Little Boy. But in the post-cold war era,…

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