Tag Archives: World of Work

#Preach

So, A.): Read This Now, let’s talk about a few things. Two of my favorite quotes: “…conventional wisdom is wrong. In reality these (humanities) degrees all produce expected lifetime earning increments far in excess of the cost of college tuition, … Continue reading

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Holland Revisited: A Self-Authored Approach to Major Exploration

The image to the left reflects a thumbnail sketch of my program’s approach to guiding students down the open road to discovering their educational intentions. I just had some other thoughts published at the link below…I hope you’ll enjoy reading … Continue reading

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Confessions of an erstwhile philanthropist and frustrated educator

News: ‘Lessons From A Street-Wise Professor’ – Inside Higher Ed. Several things in this short interview struck me as tremendously important. I thought not only of the students I advise and teach, but of the musicians and erstwhile fellow arts … Continue reading

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English Literature » Blog Archive » Career Options for English Majors

English Literature » Blog Archive » Career Options for English Majors. I appreciate that the above article strives to help potential English majors feel less anxious about the choice of a humanities discipline. The author does a largely successful job … Continue reading

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Calling All Wanderers

The Search – How to Rebound From a Wrong Career Choice – NYTimes.com. I came across this NYTimes article and had to share it. I found myself uncontrollably nodding as I read each passing sentence. I could have written this … Continue reading

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Now Why Wouldn’t You Lead With This?

“There’s evidence, though, that employers also don’t want students specializing too soon. The Association of American Colleges and Universities recently asked employers who hire at least 25 percent of their workforce from two- or four-year colleges what they want institutions … Continue reading

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Is Being an Undeclared Major Best for Your Career?

I knew I wasn’t crazy about this! Is Being an Undeclared Major Best for Your Career? Posted using ShareThis

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