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Closing the Nation's Skills Gap: Making Higher Education Achievable
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Ken Sundheim Guest Contributor

There are certain interviewing tips that are going to lead to any job seeker getting the position that they want.  Believe it or not, much of it has to do with going back to the basics.  While we should always strive to continue learning, it is important to brush up on certain factors that are Read more…

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Christiane Agee Staff Writer

A U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics report: The Condition of Education 2011 stated approximately 58 percent of first-time, full-time students who began seeking a bachelor’s degree at a 4-year institution in fall 2004 completed a bachelor’s degree at that institution within 6 years. While the factors varied between private and public, Read more…

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Kim Whiteside Personal Development Champion

A student on the Bellevue University Career Services Linkedin Group recently started a discussion regarding the best way to answer the “weakness” question during job interviews. Because this can be a challenge for so many, this is a punched up re-post of my Linkedin response originally posted on the Bellevue University Career Services Blog. This Read more…

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Kaitlin Moore Guest Contributor

  Universities are facing tough financial times. As schools suffer from declining higher education funding, college giving is down as well, while operating expenses are on the rise, forcing institutions to cut programs and resources as well as raise tuition. Private giving dropped sharply in 2009, and donations have only recently recovered to meet 2008 Read more…

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Dan Moran Career Management & Transition Specialist

Over the past twenty-five years I have been in this business, I have learned one very important thing about people in the midst of change: Change is a process – a sequential process – and you cannot leapfrog one step. Most, however, try to cut corners. They launch into a change in their career or Read more…