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  According to a survey conducted by Reuters, “More than 40 percent of recent U.S. college graduates are underemployed or need more training to get on a career track.”

Another public opinion survey that was released by Northwestern University and published in The Chronicle of Higher Education stated that “American adults and employers want colleges to produce graduates who can think critically and creatively and can communicate orally and in writing.”

Reaching for that goal without including marketable skills in the student’s degree plan could explain why graduates are underemployed and in need of more training. Evidently, just thinking and communicating, in and of itself, doesn’t pay all that well. (Continue Reading)

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Featured Blog

  According to a survey conducted by Reuters, “More than 40 percent of recent U.S. college graduates are underemployed or need more training to get on a career track.”

Another public opinion survey that was released by Northwestern University and published in The Chronicle of Higher Education stated that “American adults and employers want colleges to produce graduates who can think critically and creatively and can communicate orally and in writing.”

Reaching for that goal without including marketable skills in the student’s degree plan could explain why graduates are underemployed and in need of more training. Evidently, just thinking and communicating, in and of itself, doesn’t pay all that well. (Continue Reading)