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  • Thrilled we are the highest ranked edtech platform on 2019 CNBC Disruptor 50 companies!

    Meet the 2019 CNBC Disruptor 50 companies

    In the seventh annual Disruptor 50 list, CNBC features private companies - from biotech and machine learning to transportation, retail and agriculture - whose innovations are changing the world and fueling a race between superpowers like the U.S. and China.

  • Come work with us. We're hiring!

    2019 Best Tech Startups in Mountain View

    The Tech Tribune staff has compiled the very best tech startups in Mountain View, California. In doing our research, we considered several factors including but not limited to: Revenue potential Leadership team Brand/product traction Competitive landscape Additionally, all companies must be independ...

  • Check out our new Coursera Global Skills Index and see where your industry and country ranks!

    Coursera Reveals The Most Talented Countries In The World

    It's increasingly accepted that people need to engage in continuous learning and development to stay relevant in the labor market. Online learning platform Coursera explore the most in-demand skills around the world today, and the countries performing best in talent development

  • Online learning startup Coursera picks up $103M, now valued at $1B+

    Coursera, an online learning startup that offers free and paid short courses, skills certifications and complete degrees in partnership with universities and businesses, has raised another $103 million to scale out its business into new geographies, subject areas and products - a Series E led...

  • Jeff Maggioncalda, Coursera CEO, discusses the skills we'll all need in 2019.

    Here are the skills you'll need in 2019 | Coursera Blog

    The future of work conversation, catalyzed by the rapid advancement of technologies like machine learning and blockchain, and demand for skills in these areas, has dominated headlines in 2018. Rightfully so, these areas are seeing enormous demand from our 37 million global learners. Upon examination of our learner data, a few interesting trends are emerging.

  • Shravan Goli, Coursera's Chief Product Officer, takes a look back at the most popular Coursera courses in 2018.

    End of the Year Round-Up 2018 | Coursera Blog

    By Shravan Goli, Chief Product Officer, Coursera In a world where 50% of the jobs are at the risk of automation, and more than 300M people entering the workforce in the next 10 years, Coursera's goal is to provide learners with access to high-quality content and skills that enable them to make a smooth transition into whatever is next - whether it's to learn something new, bone up on the skills for a new job or to enter a new industry altogether.

  • Coursera's Eleventh Make-a-Thon : Striving Towards Our Mission Through Innovative Week-Long Projects | Coursera Blog

    Earlier this month, we carved out time from our day jobs and doubled down on our value of Betterment to focus on employee-driven projects to improve Coursera: in other words, we ran our eleventh Make-a-Thon! Throughout this week-long event, we work diligently to brainstorm innovative solutions and learn new skills to make our projects a reality.

  • This Company Could Be Your Next Teacher: Coursera Plots A Massive Future For Online Education

    itting in a fluorescently lit conference room dressed in a pressed gray work shirt, jeans and gray suede sneakers, Jeff Maggioncalda, the tightly wound 49-year-old CEO of Coursera, doesn't touch his plate of plain spaghetti, edamame and artichoke hearts from the company cafeteria. By the end of our hour-and-a-half lunch meeting, he is still talking nonstop.

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