The Case for Higher Ed in a Job-Focused World: Facing skeptical public and politicians, campus business officers discuss strategies for making a more practical case for higher education.

MINNEAPOLIS — As the former president of two small liberal arts colleges and Pennsylvania’s independent college group, Brian C. Mitchell believes “with all my heart” in the traditional case for American higher education: that it helps produce full and productive… Continue Reading →

How Foreign And Domestic Law Graduates Can Compete In A Tight Legal Market

When I graduated from law school at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, in 1972, I never imagined that I would end up practicing law in California and more recently in New York. I never thought that I… Continue Reading →

Over Half of Ontario Private Career College Students Already Have Post-Secondary Education

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Macleans: Dear Students, What You Post Can Wreck Your Life

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Student-Mentor Programs Swell Across the Country

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How business schools can create loyalty among alumni

Business students satisfied with the career support they receive from their school are likely to become loyal alumni after graduation. But a new international report suggests some business schools still have work to do in building strong relationships with students… Continue Reading →

‘I can’t even get a job waitressing’: Gen Y on its work woes

Starting a career as a young adult today is precarious work. Almost one-quarter of the generation of young adults born between 1981 and 2000 are working temporary or contract jobs, nearly double the rate for the entire job market. Almost one-third… Continue Reading →

How to Shoot High-Quality Videos With a SmartPhone

For learning professionals, filming poor-quality shots is one of the biggest wastes of time. Your foot­­age might be underexposed, have too much headroom, or just not work well with the other shots. While you can fix a lot of mistakes… Continue Reading →

Just like in sports, preparation is key to a successful job interview

Sam Roworth, a former international-level athlete, chronicles the trials and tribulations of his hunt for an entry-level sales position in Canada. College graduates are struggling to find suitable full-time work. Part Four I was outside an office building in downtown… Continue Reading →

Finding a career that will become my calling

Sam Roworth, a former international-level athlete, chronicles the trials and tribulations of his hunt for an entry-level sales position in Canada. He and many other college graduates are struggling to find suitable full-time work. Part Two Shakespeare hit the nail… Continue Reading →

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