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2017 Grateful Grads Index: Top 200 Best-Loved Colleges

(Source: www.forbes.com)

The most common way to measure a college’s return-on-investment (ROI) is to look at the percent of students securing employment after graduation, and then review their average salaries. 311 more words

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These are the 10 richest Harvard grads

(Source: www.businessinsider.com)

A new survey reveals the 10 richest graduates of Harvard, the university that pumps out billionaires like no other.

According to the wealth information firm  210 more words


Best Gifts for High School Grads

With high school graduations just around the corner, it can be hard to know what to get a soon to be grad. Now a days it seems like kids have everything; phones, tablets, every electronic device known to man… the list goes on. 282 more words

Grads in France - They obtain on average about 82% of their potential earnings after three years

It is no longer the norm for an individual leaving full-time education in France to obtain a job on a standard employment contract. Typically a young person will spend a number of years moving between fixed-term contracts, special employment measures and, in some cases, unemployment1. 194 more words

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Pop up organizations, social opportunities, unpaid internships and lifelong learning

Every week we at Learnitect HQ are bringing you interesting articles and research related to talent management in startups, career skills and the future of work. 286 more words


Gen Z in US - New college graduates wanting to work for large companies

As the first crop of Gen Z talent joins the future workforce, new grads hold traditional work values with a digital spin. For the first time in years, there is an uptick in the number of new college graduates wanting to work for large companies. 195 more words

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6 People Fresh Grads Can Use as Professional References

(Source: blog.moneysmart.sg)

It’s bad enough that companies only want to employ people with prior experience, even for entry-level jobs.

But it gets worse. Even if you’ve never had a full-time job in your life, you might still be expected to furnish professional references. 651 more words

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