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Posted December 04, 2015 by

Recession and competitive job market as incentives for hiring students earlier

While employers may have their own reasons for hiring students well in advance of graduating, other variable factors can affect that decision as well. For example, the 2008 recession cost many people jobs, hurting the economy. On a positive note, it created opportunities for students to prove themselves as potential employees. Today, the economy in the United States is bouncing back and producing not only a competitive job market, but a race among employers to hire the best candidates. (more…)

Posted October 01, 2015 by

Revising Employee Benefits in Light of Supreme Court Ruling on Same-Sex Marriage

Employers should avoid discriminating against LGBT candidates and employees in same-sex relationships. The Supreme Court ruling in June of 2015 recognizes same-sex marriages across the United States and grants benefits that opposite-sex married couples receive. As a result of the ruling, employers must review their policies concerning employee benefits.

To help explore these issues, College Recruiter recently hosted a College Recruiting Bootcamp on LGBT and other diversity hiring issues on Tuesday, September 29, at the Twilio headquarters in San Francisco.

College Recruiter has been publishing the opinions from a number of talent acquisition and recruiting leaders about why and how employers should diversify their workforces. Beth Zoller, Legal Editor for XpertHR, explains how the Supreme Court ruling affects employee benefits of same-sex married couples. (more…)

Posted July 23, 2015 by

The Millennial Makeover Part 5: The Development Stage

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Group of office workers in a boardroom presentation. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

When it comes to today’s workforce, there is no doubt that millennials are creating an atmosphere of change in the workplace.  So, who are millennials?  This group was born between 1980 and the year 2000, and reflect a generation with their own career goals, attitudes, and oh yes, their understanding of how to use technology.  For employers to take their companies to the next level, they will need to find ways to recruit and retain millennials, also known as Generation Y. (more…)

Posted April 24, 2015 by

5 Reasons to Pursue a Health Information Management Degree

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Health Information Management. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Pursuing a health information management degree is ideal if you are looking to pursue a career in the healthcare industry. The degree can prepare graduates to become well versed in health data management, health information services, and health information management. It is an excellent field to pursue if you like the idea of working in the healthcare industry but are not inclined to work directly with people.

Graduates are qualified to seek employment in numerous levels of healthcare and may interact with numerous other healthcare professions. Your education can lead to an excellent career, which can be far more than just a paycheck. The following five reasons are why many have chosen to pursue a health information management degree. (more…)

Posted March 19, 2015 by

How a Gerontology Degree Can Help You in Medical School

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Social aid for elderly person. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

The Population is Aging Rapidly

Students graduating from medical school today are going to work with more elderly individuals than physicians did in the past. With the baby boomer generation aging rapidly, there are more senior citizens requiring treatments for conditions that affect the mind and body of elderly individuals. Many jobs in medical facilities will involve working with senior citizens requiring specialized medical care. There are good reasons to plan ahead by earning a degree that teaches about the elderly population to help someone succeed in medical school. (more…)

Posted March 06, 2015 by

Getting a few pointers from the educators in the USA

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Girl pointing to map of United States and smiling at viewer. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

The USA is a country with a well-established education system that is proving its efficiency. Here are a few takeaways from the US system of education.

Affordability – access to education for everyone

The system of education in the United States of America is one which is considered a very successful and efficient one. Where there is always room for improvement and the USA’s education system has its faults, there are a lot of things that can be learnt from it. One of the most notable of the USA’s system of education is the access to education for all children. Education is free in the United States of America, as well as transportation to school. It is compulsory for all children to attend school. Since 1918, all states in the USA require children to complete elementary school. (more…)

Posted October 06, 2014 by

A State by State Look at Education in the United States

Even though education in the United States tends to be looked at on the whole, it is probably more fair to break it down by location to get a better idea of how students are doing in different parts of the country.  As a result, it may be easier to find answers to improve the quality of education students receive.  Here is a state by state look at education in the U.S. from the following infographic. (more…)

Posted October 06, 2014 by

Is the United States Spending Enough Money on Education?

We often hear people say that getting an education is worth the money.  While I believe that is true, another factor to be considered is how much money is being spent on learning in the United States.  Is our country truly getting a return on investment for the money its spending on education, and if not, should we spend more?  Take a look at the following infographic and decide for yourself. (more…)

Posted September 26, 2014 by

Can the United States Improve Education Based on Personality?

Some people may believe that education is broken, so why is this the case and what can be done to change this notion?  Most, if not all, teachers probably have students with different personalities.  Perhaps education in the United States could improve if we considered that students’ personalities cause them to learn differently.  Not being a good test taker on paper does not mean that someone isn’t smart, it just means the method of learning is not conducive for them to process information.  The following post features an infographic that will hopefully help teachers take steps to get better results in the classroom by considering the affect of personality. (more…)

Posted February 13, 2014 by

Is the United States Losing Ground in the Economy and Education?

While the economy looks to be getting better, many people still struggle to find a job.  That is why Americans should not underestimate getting a quality education.  Remember, a good education can boost your chances of landing a better paying job, which means you’ll have more money to spend, helping the economy.  The following infographic leaves a somewhat less than favorable impression of the United States concerning the economy and education. (more…)