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Category Archives: Job Skills

Employers Have Concerns About New Grads at Work

Recent CareerBuilder and CareerRookie.com survey gave some insights into how employers feel about new grads at work.  The survey found that 57 % of employers actually planned to hire new college graduates.  Most surveyed employers believe that most new grads at work are very prepared and … Read More…

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Get Job Skills with Career Training

Lots of graduates from 4-year or 2-year college programs worry about how they will get practical job skills to be more competitive in the job market.  Some graduates I know, especially those with Liberal Studies majors, have enrolled in specific career training programs to … Read More…

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Certifications can Kickstart a Career

The Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) is the largest professional national education organization that is dedicated to the advancement of education that prepares youth and adults for careers. Many college graduates are still considering what life beyond school has in store … Read More…

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Capella U Online Writing Lab Open to Public

Capella University, a fully accredited online university established in 1993 has opened the online writing lab for public use. Now the uiversity’s 23,000+ students in doctoral, masters, bachelors and certificate programs will share the resource with anyone needing writing help. Why Open the … Read More…

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