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New study predicts shortage of college graduates
Jun 28, 2013
As the slower than hoped for economic recovery has left many recent college graduates mired in debt and working in jobs that do not require a college degree, there has been a somewhat heated conversation about the value of a college education. Read more
Programming skills are indispensable in the modern workforce
May 31, 2013
The need for college students to be able to express themselves clearly and concisely was considered the most essential skill in today's competitive job market. Now, employers are desperate for other skills, most notably technological literacy and computer programming. Read more
New studies reveal effect of college major and skill set on employment options
May 30, 2013
As you prepare for college one of your most pressing concerns might be what subject to major in. Read more
Efforts increasing to close the gender gap in STEM fields
Apr 30, 2013
Despite a series of programs and efforts to make scientific careers more attractive to students, women remain significantly underrepresented in technical fields, such as computer science. Read more
The best jobs for college graduates in 2013
Apr 24, 2013
The current employment market is an area of great concern for everyone, including students heading for college. Read more
Attitudes toward MOOCs changing across academia
Mar 29, 2013
Online education has made college more accessible to countless individuals. Read more
More men seeking nursing degrees
Mar 07, 2013
Students who major in nursing are preparing themselves for work in a field that is thriving in the current economy. Read more
Select MOOCs approved to award college credit
Feb 07, 2013
Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have made higher education accessible to millions of individuals around the world. Read more
New report reveals college majors with the highest salaries for 2012
Feb 05, 2013
In recent years, due to an uncertain economy, it is has become increasing important for students to consider not only their employment prospects after college, but their earning potential as well. Read more
Climate change shaping environmental science education
Jan 31, 2013
While the subject of climate change is controversial, many experts agree that catastrophic consequences could result from a lack of action. Read more
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