In our newest research, we consider domestic manufacturing’s post-recession renaissance, and analyze the critical skills required for the modern production worker. On March 27 (2:00 pm EDT/11:00 am PDT), please join us for a webinar to discuss the report’s findings and methodology.
InsideTrack, the leading provider of student success coaching for enrollment, retention, and career development today announced a partnership with labor market analytics company Emsi to integrate career assessments and real-time employment market data across its coaching solutions.
We recently conducted a little experiment where we explored where graduates from Kansas’s major universities (and more specifically, Emporia State University, Fort Hays State University, Kansas State University, Pittsburg State University, University of Kansas, and Wichita State University) currently live and work.
Melissa Korn’s article in The Wall Street Journal on rethinking the value of an undergrad business degree isn’t likely to show up in the press clippings at American business schools. At least not ones looking to increase enrollment in their four-year business programs.
The Chronicle for Higher Ed produced a good write-up of the State of the Union address. One of the key things that the President highlighted in the speech was the importance of connecting students to careers.
The underlying goal of the new gainful employment rules — helping institutions become more responsive to the needs of their market — is why EMSI developed Career Coach, our career guidance web tool.