Industry Roundup – November – Career Services
Now that COVID-19 has been with us for nearly a full year and its devastating effects on the economy has hit us in full force, higher ed is taking a look at what the future holds for graduating classes.
How COVID-19 Completely Transformed Students’ Lives
Now that students have had time to adjust to the new reality of life online, it’s time to take stock of how the move to digital can be turned into a jumping board for the careers of the future. Read More >>
Thousands of University Graduates to Face Worst Job Market in 30 Years
With a crumbling economy and a job market not likely to resuscitate in the near future, the graduating classes of 2020 will have to work harder to find internships and get their first jobs. But fewer openings and tough competition may prove an effective selection process for employees. Read More >>
A Shining Example of Collaboration for a Brighter Economic Future
Other cities have a lot to learn from the collaborations between higher ed and the business community, which are propelling one of the country’s most affluent regions out of financial ruin brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. Read More >>