Starting Salary Projections Positive for the Class of 2021; Big Increase for Humanities Graduates

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By: NACE Staff

The average starting salary projections for all reported categories of majors for Class of 2021 bachelor’s degree graduates show increases, albeit some of them are on the smaller side, according to NACE’s Winter 2021 Salary Survey.

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By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global and Career Education Roger Adkins
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Why foreign-language skills matter for the next-generation workforce

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By: Kanoe Namahoe (SmartBrief)

Demand is growing for multilingual work talent. Organizations are increasingly seeking employees who can speak more than one language, according to a 2017 report from New American Economy. This is particularly true for companies and industries …

By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global and Career Education Roger Adkins
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Nervous About A Job Interview? 15 Smart Strategies To Conquer Your Anxiety

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No matter how many job interviews you’ve gone through, it’s perfectly normal to get nervous beforehand. You might be unable to sleep the night before or feel your stomach tying up in knots as the meeting time draws closer. If …

By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global and Career Education Roger Adkins
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U.S. News Publishes Job Rankings for 2021

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Each year, U.S. News publishes top-100 job rankings, including an overall ranking that considers factors such as number of openings anticipated, median salary, and level of education required, and then targeted listings for professional areas, median salary levels, and other …

By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global and Career Education Roger Adkins
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What can you do with a Museum Studies Degree?

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Excited about your career in Museum Studies? Don’t know where to start? Then, explore the map below!

It provides a useful list of potential career paths, “How to get there”, Job listings etc.

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By Bibi Mohamed
Bibi Mohamed Peer Career Coach Bibi Mohamed
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Employer Recruitment Research

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We need your input! Please fill out this survey and help the Employer Relations Team gather this important data to embark on an employer relations recruitment plan to bring more employers to campus, both virtually and in person. Your responses …

By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global and Career Education Roger Adkins
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Building Rapport with Your Professors

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Your professors can be an enormous part of your team of mentors as you build toward your post-college professional and academic goals. But they can only play that role for you if you develop mentorship relationships with them. This blogger …

By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global and Career Education Roger Adkins
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My Experience: Applying to Internships

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Staring at my computer screen, I read over the rejection emails, emails with no response, and Google drive full of resumes and cover letters. Applying and searching for internships was harder than I thought – it was not as simple …

By Angel Robert
Angel Robert Pre-Health Peer Mentor
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Getting the Most Out of Your EPIC Advantage Award

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One of Earlham’s most important, student-centered opportunities for career discernment is the EPIC Advantage: the promise of one, fully funded, career-related experience prior to graduation. We tout that every student may qualify for up to $5000 toward this experience, which …

By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global and Career Education Roger Adkins
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Find a Job that will Sponsor you with GoinGlobal

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If you are an international student, you know that after graduation, your work authorization if you apply for Optional Practical Training only lasts for 12 months, after which, if you are in a STEM field, you can reapply for an …
By Candice Marshall
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