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burning glass

a convex lens for concentrating the sun's rays into a small area to produce heat or fire

burning glass

[′bər·niŋ ‚glas]
(optics)
A converging lens used to produce intense heat by converging the rays of the sun on a small area.
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Approximately 26 percent of all occupations and 12 percent of job postings score very high or high on Burning Glass' hybridization scale.
That means of 388 metropolitan statistical areas nationwide, Rochester ranks 118thwhen it comes to older workers, per Burning Glass. Among 206 metropolitan statistical areas with more than 100,000 residents, Rochester is 48th, a tick younger than Grand Forks, N.D., and Akron, Ohio, and a tick older than Philadelphia, Rochester, Minn., and South Bend, Ind.
(3) Data Source 1 Burning Glass Technologies: Cutting-edge Job Postings 2 Burning Glass Technologies: R&D Job Postings 3 Clarivate Analytics: Number of Inventions 4 Clarivate Analytics: Rate of Patent Abandonment 5 Clarivate Analytics: Trademark Applications 6 Clarivate Analytics: Trademark Registers 7 Clarivate Analytics: R&D Expenditures 8 "Most Innovative" company stings 9 Prof.
A Harvard Business School study, conducted with Accenture, Grad of Life and Burning Glass Technologies, questions the wisdom of requiring college degrees for certain sectors (e.g., manufacturing) that didn't previously require a degree.
"Our main focus is to act as a burning glass and annually highlight current filmmaking from around the globe, including cinematographies far removed [away] from Europe and North America.
Recent research by Strada Education Network and Burning Glass shows that college graduates who are underemployed in their first job often remain underemployed even a decade after graduation.
Across all entry-level retail jobs, the number of skills being demanded rose from 2010 to 2016, according to an analysis done for AP by Burning Glass Technologies, which scours 25 million job postings.
Burning Glass Technologies, after analyzing 25 million job posts, found that industries ranging from information technology to marketing all ranked communication skills as the first or second most sought-after.
Speakers represent the United States Department of Homeland Security, Cyber Australia, Serene-Risc, Burning Glass, the Information and Communications Technology Council, the Secretariat of the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise and other organizations.
Drawing on a database compiled by Burning Glass Technologies from 40,000 employment websites, they calculated the level of labor market concentration by commuting zone, occupation, and quarter for the year 2016.
In a 2015 report, analytics software company Burning Glass Technologies found that "baseline skills" accounted for more than 25 percent of skills requested in job ads posted for technical careers ("The human factor," 2015).
Bureau of Economic Analysis, EMSI, Burning Glass Technologies Labor Insights and other sources.