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Posted July 08, 2013 by

Interested in Human Resources? What Getting an Entry Level Job Could Do for Your Career

If you land an entry level job in human resources, there may be a bright future ahead.  Learn more in the following post.

With a growth in the temporary employment industry, there is a lot of opportunity for workers looking to become human resources specialists. As a whole, this field is expected to grow more than 21 percent over the next ten years. Some employers have begun doing a lot of their hiring online, which has

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Opportunities and Growth in Human Resource Profession

Posted April 23, 2013 by

Vocational Education can Reduce College Dropout Rate

In order to achieve professional goals in 2013, most people will need to get a quality college education.  Unfortunately, according to the following post, too many students in the United States are not finishing school.  However, vocational learning may be able to change this outcome.

Every school day, 7000 kids drop out of school. Not graduating from high school costs the students and our economy as a whole. The average annual income for a high school dropout in 2009 was $19,540, while a high school graduate made on average $27,380 per year. ~Info via Takepart.com Citing a very insightful study by Harvard.edu

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Vocational Education can Reduce College Dropout Rate [Infographic]

Posted September 21, 2012 by

Top Employers for Business and Engineering Students

Petter Nylander of Universum CommunicationsWhich are the world’s best employers according to Universum’s 2012 survey of 144,000 business and engineering students from the world’s 12 largest economies?

In business, Google placed as the most attractive employer in the world for the fourth consecutive year. KPMG maintained its 2011 second place finish, while Procter & Gamble reached a new high as the third most attractive employer in the world in 2012. “The Google fever is still hot!” comments Universum’s CEO Petter Nylander. “Students are still attracted to Google’s relaxed and creative work environment, international atmosphere and innovative products. Google lets the students know that they offer great benefits that are hard for other companies to match.” In engineering, Google takes first place for the fourth consecutive year in a row. IBM and Microsoft nabbed second and third place, respectively. “The giants in the software industry are seen as great places for the launch of an engineering or IT career,” said Nylander. “They offer training, networking and future career possibilities.”

The rankings reveal dramatic trends: (more…)