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Graduating seniors view opportunities to develop their skills—both specific to the job and applied—as the top attributes of their future job.
student attitudes, surveys, spotlight, students
There are differences by internship status in the ways that students approach the job search and their expectations for their starting salaries.
internships, compensation, salaries, trends and predictions, student attitudes, surveys, spotlight, students
Staff at Oakland University examined barriers to internship participation among English majors and developed ways to address those barriers.
internships, faculty, student attitudes, surveys, journal
Directing students at a career fair to “go to the website” is a brand killer for employers.
best practices, student attitudes, journal
What do you call a “gap year” if you want to demonstrate a special transition period in education?
student attitudes, spotlight
the prevailing narrative, recent research underscores the relative
ineffectiveness of social media as a college recruiting tool.
technology, student attitudes, surveys, social media, spotlight
If you’re looking to boost your
organization’s diversity-recruiting efforts, it’s important to understand how
much race and gender affect student perceptions of diversity.
diversity and inclusion, student attitudes, recruiting, spotlight
general, social media is one of the least popular job-search resources among
college students responding to the 2018 Student Survey.
Consultant Mary Scott discusses the disconnect between
current conventional wisdom of what students prefer in recruitment practices
and how they actually view popular tools and techniques.
branding and marketing, student attitudes, surveys, social media, journal
feel that their experiential education assignments have a positive impact on
their career readiness competencies.
internships, competencies, student attitudes, surveys, experiential education, spotlight, students