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    The Importance of Building Your Network Now

    The Importance of Building Your Network Now
    When students first begin their undergraduate degrees, they may think that obtaining their degree will be enough to have the kind of career they want. While earning a degree is a huge accomplishment, often other factors play into getting a first job. A few months after graduation, some students find themselves tired of searching job ads to no avail. New graduates ...
    Published over 2 years ago | Rated: +23
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    Top 10 Most Wanted Degrees in 2015 by Employers

    Top 10 Most Wanted Degrees in 2015 by Employers
    Finally, some great news for college graduates! The job outlook is getting brighter this year, according to recent survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), a non-profit group that connects college career services with employers. The survey’s findings indicate that employers are planning on hiring 9.6 percent more college graduates within the U.S. than last year, which is ...
    Published over 2 years ago | Rated: +25
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    Top 10 Most Wanted Degrees in 2016 by Employers

    Top 10 Most Wanted Degrees in 2016 by Employers
    Finally, some great news for college graduates! The job outlook is getting brighter this year, according to a recent survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), a non-profit group that connects college career services with employers. The survey’s findings indicate that employers are planning on hiring 11% more college graduates within the U.S. than last year. The NACE ...
    Published over 1 year ago | Rated: +23
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    The Price of Happiness in Each State

    The Price of Happiness in Each State
    The age-old adage says money doesn’t buy happiness. True. But, for many, it surely can help qualm financial worries and allow workers to afford the type of lifestyle they’d like. So, no, of course money doesn’t buy happiness. But, yes, it can help. Recently, the Council for Community & Economic Research published a study that details how much money a person ...
    Published over 1 year ago | Rated: +34
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    Corporate Soliders: Military MBA for Veterans

    Corporate Soliders: Military MBA for Veterans
    Military MBA has released its initial analysis of MBA schools offering the best value for veterans using the New GI Bill. The analysis and resulting best-value list -- the first resource of its kind for prospective military students -- was prompted by research conducted by Military MBA research which studied veteran perspectives and personal choices in higher education programs. This new ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Top Ways Online Learning is Changing

    Top Ways Online Learning is Changing
    The online sector is an ever-changing, ever-growing market, especially in terms of education. Though many areas are still new and in development stages, many advances have been made within recent years to improve the learning experience, both for users and institutions alike. Below are some of the most significant changes that have occurred as a part of the online learning movement. ...
    Published over 4 years ago | Rated: +9
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    Monster Study Reveals Entrepreneurial Spirit in All

    Monster Study Reveals Entrepreneurial Spirit in All
    Monster.com and Millennial Branding, a Gen Y research and management consulting firm, have released a study that reveals new data on multi-generational entrepreneurship. While many studies finds Gen Y (ages 18-29 years) as more entrepreneurial than other generations, the study actually found that the inverse is true. [gate] According to the data, 41% of Gen X (ages 30-49 years) and 45% ...
    Published over 4 years ago | Rated: +11
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    Overweight and Underestimated

    Overweight and Underestimated
    Amidst recent issues of a University of Mexico professor’s tweet saying that obese Ph.D. applicants lack “willpower” for dissertations, comes a study examining the issue of weight bias in universities. According to a recent study, academics who interviews graduate school applicants are more likely to favor thinner candidates for the placements. Researchers at Bowling Green State University found that graduate students ...
    Published about 4 years ago | Rated: +18
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    Dressing for Interview Success

    Dressing for Interview Success
    You think it doesn't matter what you wear to a job interview? You’re wrong. When you walk up to your interview and shake their hand, they already have an impression of you. You haven’t even said anything yet! True, there are other factors like timeliness, politeness, etc. But, for the sake of this article, let’s assume you’ve done everything else perfectly. ...
    Published 6 months ago | Rated: +17
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    Outlook for 2009 Grads: Good Jobs Available for Flexible Candidates

    Outlook for 2009 Grads: Good Jobs Available for Flexible Candidates
    Sherman Murdoch, who is graduating in June with a degree in mass communications from Tennessee State University, is frustrated. “I’ve been consistently searching job-related Web sites, networking with people in the know and working on my craft,” he says. Still, Murdoch is worried he’ll end up “working a job that I’m not passionate about or that I can’t learn from.” [widget:crunch_apps_callout_] ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +4
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    8 Places to Find Green Jobs

    8 Places to Find Green Jobs
    APRIL 2011 — Earth Day is April 22 this year. And if you care about the environment, and are looking for a job, you’re in luck. “Green jobs” has become a political phrase, tossed around by politicians. But there’s a practical side to it too—a growing job landscape, ripe for the plucking. With green jobs, you can help clean up the ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: +27
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    Senate Republican Holds up Jobless Benefits

    Senate Republican Holds up Jobless Benefits
    WASHINGTON – As Congress raced to leave Washington for its Easter recess, a Republican senator blocked a stopgap bill to extend jobless benefits, saying its $9 billion cost should not be added to the national debt. As a result, some people who have been out of work for more than six months will at least temporarily lose benefits. Newly jobless people ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rate This
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    Top 10 Cities for Recent College Grads

    Top 10 Cities for Recent College Grads
    Upon graduation, college graduates embark on a bright new world, hopeful to gain employment. As a result, the ideal is to find a city that offers job prospects, affordability and a culture of similarly-aged twenty something's. The task isn’t always so easy but today’s college graduates do have plenty of great options. According to Apartments.com, the following cities rank as the ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +27
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    Bentley Millennial Survey Reveals Men Seen as Better Prepared for Career Success

    Bentley Millennial Survey Reveals Men Seen as Better Prepared for Career Success
    Gender equality. We’ve come a long way – or have we? Many would like to think so, however, occasionally a study comes out that makes you stop and think. One such study was part of Bentley University’s The PreparedU Project entitled, “Millennial Women in the Workplace: Perceptions, Realities, Challenges and Solutions.” The survey’s findings detail some interesting opinions regarding millennials, gender ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +27