Over at Slate’s ever-interesting Moneybox blog, the prolific Matthew Yglesias has posted an article advertising Minneapolis as the best metro in America for those seeking employment. Citing just-released BLS unemployment data, Yglesias announces that [O]f large (i.e., population over one million) American metropolitan areas the one with the lowest unemployment rate is Minneapolis-St. Paul. It has long […]
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 employment outlook for all architects — not just new grads — started to sour in 2007, in conjunction with the onset of the Great Recession. It has only started to recover in the past year or so — and perhaps most perplexing, the number of architecture graduates in the nation continues to rise.