Tag Archives: Employment

Where Young College Grads Are Heading?

Boston, New York, San Francisco are traditional meccas for recent college graduates in the USA, but now other cities are attracting young young alumni seeking jobs in a variety of fields. Denver, San Diego, Nashville, Salt Lake City and Portland, … Continue reading

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Living La Vida Loca Online

Harvard Graduate School of Education’s profession Howard Gardner and Katie Davis’s new book “The App Generation: How Today’s Youth Navigates Identity, Intimacy, and Imagination” was reviewed in the New York Times (11/3/13) by Jenna Wortham. The book points out what … Continue reading

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Data from the preceding blog was obtained from “The Great Stagnation of American Education,” by Robert Gordon, a professor at Northwestern University. It was printed in The New York Times, Sunday September 6, 2013.

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MAKE YOUR INTERNSHIPS PAY

 All internships pay dividends, in one way or another.  Some help to confirm your career path by providing a reasonable facsimile of productive, real world experience in a controlled dosage. Others offer exposure that will make you want to turn … Continue reading

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