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Career development: don’t wait for graduation

For many students, the prospect of developing a new career while going to school is daunting. On top of classes, studying, work and family, professional networking might seem like something that can wait until after graduation. 183 more words

Student Services

Millennial Question: Why Does Gen X Love Email?

June 23, 2015 By Lindsey Pollak, Millennial Workplace Expert

“You’ve got mail!” Ah, the days when the ding of a new message was exciting rather than annoying. 709 more words

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THIS WEEK’S REPORT EXAMINES THE FUTURE OF WORK IN AMERICA

Many people are left with the idea technology is going to replace most jobs in the United States and yet this perspective only provides a brief insight into a future labor market that’s going to create jobs in areas where technology can never replicate what makes us truly human.  100 more words

Employment

Creating Tomorrow’s Leaders: My Talk at NACE 2015

June 16, 2015 By Lindsey Pollak, Millennial Workplace Expert

Last week I had the amazing experience of serving as a keynote speaker at the annual National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) conference… 939 more words

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Student perspective: market yourself for success

Sometimes finding your true calling can be a journey all its own. Metropolitan State student Mallory Pillar was interested in the fashion industry, but was concerned by the limited job opportunities in the field. 213 more words

Student Life

University of Wyoming College of Business - Why Internships Are Important

By: Jennie Hendrick- Coordinator of Student Advising   

Benefits of Internships

The most common reason I hear students state their reason for attending college is to get a good job. 620 more words

College Of Business

Motivate Millennial Employees by Making Work Meaningful

June 19, 2015 By Lindsey Pollak, Millennial Workplace Expert

Employers often complain that “millennials aren’t motivated.” While millennial employees may be motivated by different things than their Gen X and baby boomer colleagues, getting them excited about their jobs and spurring them to give their best isn’t as hard as you may think. 635 more words

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