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Work Personality/Career Assessment Tests

Do your students know what Career they want to pursue after College? Do they have an idea of what major they will pursue that fits with their interests? If the answers to these questions are no they might want to consider taking one of the many great free tests available to assess what careers/majors they Read More

Resources for your students that are considering a business degree

Business is one of the most popular degrees for students to pursue. Between 2014 and 2015, nearly 358,000 jobs requiring a business management degree were posted in the United States. Of that number, 85 percent required at least a bachelor’s degree. The Community for Accredited Online Schools has published a guide that was created to Read More

Careers to Consider for your students

I have published LINK for Counselors for 3 years now and we have published some great articles for Counselors on Careers to Consider for your students. Here is a summary and links to those: Cybersecurity Forestry Emergency Management Food and CPG Marketing Occupations and Attending Career & Technical School Supply Chain Management and Logistics Chemical Read More

Inside Tips for Aspiring Pre-Meds

The road to medical school and becoming a doctor isn’t what it used to be. Getting into med school has always been tough, but for those who made the cut in past generations, there was an assurance of high earnings and a rewarding career. Today, ask a doctor if they would recommend the profession to Read More

10 Great Career Fields for your Students

There are many career fields students can go into but evaluating and choosing fields that are growing can be important to students that don’t have a planned career path in mind. Money Crashers recently posted a list of 10 great career fields that are growing and will be in demand for years to come. Medical Read More

Hiring outlook good for graduates in 2018

Michigan State University’s Collegiate Employment Research Institute recently conducted a survey of employers expected to recruit college graduates in 2018. The student hiring outlook is excellent and employers are expected to recruit more than 13 percent more bachelor’s degree graduates according to Phil Gardner, the survey’s author and director of the institute. Here is a Read More

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