About Einstein's Alley

Einstein’s Alley is a private, non-profit economic development initiative located in Central New Jersey. Its mission is to foster economic growth through advocacy and delivery of services.

Adapting to the Future of Work

from The Wall Street Journal By: Stephen Redwood and Mark Holmstrom, principals, Deloitte Consulting LLP; and Zach Vetter, managing director, Deloitte LLP May 10, 2017   CIOs can take a proactive approach to preparing the workforce for the tremendous technology-enabled changes required to compete in the years ahead. Digital technology is having a profound effect

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How many NJ jobs are held by workers with tech visas targeted by Trump?

From NJ.com By Kathleen O'Brien April 19, 2017 President Donald Trump visited a tool manufacturer Snap-on Inc. in Kenosha, Wis., to tout upcoming changes in a visa program that brings in high-skilled workers. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh) (Susan Walsh) About 85,000 jobs in New Jersey are held by foreign workers who are here on H-1B visas -

By | 2017-07-29T19:00:37+00:00 April 17th, 2017|Categories: Business Trends, Immigration, News|Comments Off on How many NJ jobs are held by workers with tech visas targeted by Trump?

Column: Immigrants Revitalize Detroit

According to Einstein's Alley Advisory Council member, Dr. Nicholas V. Montalto, who spoke at the Future of  Work Institute,  immigration is powering growth and economic development in the US. New Jersey has seen these benefits of immigration. Here is a story about what is going on in Detroit. From Detroit News By Steve Tobocman June 6, 2017 Immigration

By | 2017-07-29T19:01:01+00:00 April 16th, 2017|Categories: Business Trends, Entrepreneurship, Immigration|Comments Off on Column: Immigrants Revitalize Detroit

Video Highlights – The Future of Work – Part 2

The Future of Work - Event Intro - Jim Hughes ... The Future of Work - Einsteins Alley Intro - Katherine Kish ... The Future of Work - Keynote Intro - Michele Siekerka ... The Future of Work - Chris Tyrrell, Founder & CEO OfferBoard Group ... The Future of Work - Marlyn Zucosky, Partner at JZA+D

By | 2017-07-02T18:04:25+00:00 December 3rd, 2015|Categories: The Future of Work, Video|Comments Off on Video Highlights – The Future of Work – Part 2

The Future of Work – Part 2

Einstein's Alley Institute The Future of Work - Part 2 Looking through the Lens of Technology, Economics and Society December 8, 2015 Shawn DuBravac, Ph.D Chief economist/senior director of research and frequent speaker from the Consumer Electronics Association. Author of Digital Destiny: How the New Age of Data Will Transform the Way We Work, Live,

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Informative Resource – The American Immigrant Policy Portal

With many of the political campaigns, especially on the political right, all talking about immigrants and immigration policy and threatening our interest in increasing high skilled immigration, you might want to connect to some good sources of information. The American Immigrant Policy Portal is a service of Diversity Dynamics, in association with the Center for International Social Work, School

By | 2017-06-30T11:53:55+00:00 September 10th, 2015|Categories: Immigration|Comments Off on Informative Resource – The American Immigrant Policy Portal

Indian Companies Account for $15 Billion in Investments, 9,000+ Jobs in NJ

For the first time, the report, "Indian Roots, American Soil," also captured a state-by-state breakdown of tangible investments made and jobs created by 100 Indian companies doing business in the United States. New Jersey, California, Texas, Illinois and New York are home to the most Americans directly employed by Indian companies. Texas, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, New York, and New

By | 2017-06-30T13:13:33+00:00 September 10th, 2015|Categories: Immigration|Comments Off on Indian Companies Account for $15 Billion in Investments, 9,000+ Jobs in NJ

From The New York Times: The States Show Up Congress on Road Repairs

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD, AUG. 22, 2015    As the nation's bridges and roads deteriorate and Congress dawdles over a serious solution, statehouse politicians have been stepping up at a surprising rate to make some difficult choices. At least half the states have passed transportation funding measures in the last two years to raise some of

By | 2017-06-30T11:54:50+00:00 September 10th, 2015|Categories: NJ Infrastructure|Comments Off on From The New York Times: The States Show Up Congress on Road Repairs

From The New York Times … Can Our Transit System Get Any Worse?

By THOMAS K. WRIGHT  president of the Regional Plan Association   AUG. 21, 2015   PRINCETON, N.J. - THIS has been a tough season for commuters in the New York region: the Amtrak crash in May, trains stuck in Hudson River tunnels in June, subway service disrupted by never-ending summer construction. Still, more than 5.6

By | 2015-09-10T14:01:23+00:00 September 10th, 2015|Categories: NJ Infrastructure|Comments Off on From The New York Times … Can Our Transit System Get Any Worse?

Letter from US Senator Cory Booker on NJ Infrastructure

As you know Einstein's Alley is a member of the Forward NJ Coalition of dozens of organizations bringing attention to the problems of New Jersey's infrastructure. US Transportation Secretary, Anthony Foxx, has called on the Governors of New York and New Jersey to meet with him to talk seriously about issues like the Hudson River crossing

By | 2015-09-10T14:01:47+00:00 August 21st, 2015|Categories: Legislation and Advocacy, NJ Infrastructure|Comments Off on Letter from US Senator Cory Booker on NJ Infrastructure