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Katie McDonald, founder and CEO of bnourished, is a self-care strategist who coaches others to make the thoughtful, deliberate choices it takes to become the people they want and deserve to be. Her work includes private concierge coaching, and presentations to corporations and organizations. / PBN FILE PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

Be a human being, not a human doing, for full health

Katie McDonald | bnourished founder and CEOI had the “human doing” part down. It was the “human being” part that proved to be so...

Why don’t companies offer tenure?

Academia doesn’t pay that well. According to the American Physical Society, in 2013-14 a graduate with a doctorate in physics could expect to earn...

Let’s get smart on college outcomes

Americans with bachelor’s degrees stand to make $1 million more in their careers than those with just high school diplomas. Meanwhile, the sticker prices...

Workplace wellness programs benefit the healthy most

A number of studies have pointed to the potential benefits of workplace wellness programs – from increased gym use to decreased health care spending....

Polaris MEP’s Manufacturing Innovation Challenge application period opens Aug. 24

PROVIDENCE – The application period for the next cohort of Polaris MEP’s Manufacturing Innovation Challenge opens Aug. 24, the nonprofit announced.Polaris MEP will host...

Veteran presence

Does your company currently have employees who are/were active military personnel? Yes: 66.67% No: 33.33%What level of priority do you give to hiring veterans or active...

Rhode Island students raise $278K for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

WARWICK – Students from 167 Rhode Island schools have raised $278,605 for the 2017-18 school year to fund blood cancer research through the Leukemia...
THURSDAY, at the North Kingstown Chamber of Commerce, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo and other business community leaders announced WindWinRI. A $100,000 Real Jobs Rhode Island grant, the program is designed to build a workforce pipeline for the wind energy industry among today's high schoolers. BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/ERIC THAYER

Governor, Real Jobs RI promote R.I. as home to next-gen wind energy workforce

NORTH KINGSTOWN – As offshore wind farms begin to pop up along the Eastern Seaboard, Rhode Island – home to the first such alternative...

North Kingstown’s Auger named R.I.’s top school superintendent

NORTH KINGSTOWN — North Kingstown Superintendent of Schools Philip Auger was chosen Thursday as the 2019 Rhode Island Superintendent of the Year by the...
501(C)(3) NONPROFITS employed an average of 68,348 workers in Rhode Island in 2016 at an annual average wage of $49,667 per worker. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/LUKE SHARRETT

BLS: Average pay at R.I. 501(c)(3) nonprofit in 2016 was $49.7K

PROVIDENCE – There were 1,756 501(c)(3) nonprofits in Rhode Island in 2016, employing on average 68,348 people, and who were paid a combined $3.4...
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