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Category Archives: Career Advice

Uptick In Girls and Black Kids Studying Computer Science in High School

It has been true for years that certain demographics, including women have long been underrepresented in STEM fields. This is true specifically in the Computer Science field. A new study is suggesting a change could be coming  because of a boost in the … Read More…

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Apprenticeships Build Skills and Careers

Apprenticeships build skills and careers at a fraction of the cost of a college degree.  At least that is how the Department of Labor is selling this type of work arrangement with employers and career seekers. The fact is that anyone can apply … Read More…

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What’s Your College Degree Worth?

When I wrote about this question over a decade ago, it was in response to one jobseeker in an article for the Wall Street Journal who had this to say: “A degree isn’t any big guarantee of employment, it’s a basic requirement, a … Read More…

Posted in Career Advice, Career and Industry Awareness, Choosing a Career, Choosing a Major, Grad School, Life After College, New Grad, What Employers Want | Leave a comment
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