- Manufacturing jobs are increasingly going to workers with college degrees, a new analysis found.
- The share of college grads in manufacturing has almost doubled since 1991.
- New jobs in manufacturing often call for advanced skills such as software management and programming.
Two years ago, Glassdoor ranked Facebook as the “best place to work” in the U.S., drawing in part on reviews posted on the job site by the social media company’s own employees. But continued turbulence at Facebook appears to have taken a toll — the internet giant has tumbled to No. 23 in the latest annual ranking.
Saudi Arabia’s oil company Aramco jumped 10% in its first moments on the stock market Wednesday in a dramatic debut that held until closing and pushed its value up to $1.88 trillion. That makes Aramco the largest listed company in the world, surpassing Apple.
Apple started selling its newest Mac Pro on Tuesday, a computer described by the tech giant as “extreme in every way.” That could include its kitted-out price tag: $52,599.
President Donald Trump’s claim during a White House gathering last week that Americans waste water by repeatedly flushing their low-flow toilets generated plenty of amusement online. But behind his comments, which noted that the Environmental Protection Agency may cut water regulations, is a genuine dollars-and-cents question: How much does it cost to flush a toilet?