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I Don't Know What to Do With My Life
Journalist, Millennial, Bucket-List Blogger
I wonder if Millennials wouldn't be better off -- less stressed about our own lives and more attractive to potential employers -- if our options were more limited, if we weren't groomed to thrive on variety.
Matching Talent, Empowering Entrepreneurs
Venture For America
The structure of the college job search heavily favors defined career tracks at large corporations. Venture for America recruits recent graduates and matches them with early-stage companies in lower cost cities.
The Five Year Plan: Or How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Recent Grad, The New School
You wanted to know where I thought I'd be in five years. I felt the words freeze, my mouth open in a state of dumb shock because I had suddenly realized that in five years, we could no longer attribute our mistakes to the tried and true excuse of being young, foolish, and naive.
Assessing the Future of Higher Education
President of Sacred Heart University
Are students being saddled with debt at the worst possible time? Can students with a liberal arts education compete in an economy that demands technical skills? And most pointedly: What are students getting for their money?
Our Generation Has a Choice
Cooperator and Idea Generator
Beginning a business may be a small part of a much larger dream to build a better world, but it is a necessary step and the beginning of a transformation which will see people build stable lives for themselves and their loved ones.
The Economics of Higher Education: Why College Is a Worthwhile Investment
Communications Associate at CEOs for Cities
Investing in higher education is the best bet an individual can make to secure a place in the workforce and actualize one's earning potential. By comparing the costs and benefits of higher education, it becomes clear that college is a worthwhile investment.
My Journey To Make Art
Artist-in-residence, La Porte Peinte Centre pour les Arts, France
It's funny -- post-college life thus far has been a chorus of people mostly telling me to find a steady job with a dependable company and a 401(k). And all it's really taken is one or two voices to drown out that chorus. I just hadn't heard those voices until now.
Founder, University of the People
While the corporate world is not alone in sponsorship of innovation for employment, it is uniquely poised to invest. It is in the best interest of corporations to support higher education.
The Only Living Girl in New York
Senior Editor, Young Voices
Between unfortunate orthodontia and an equally unfortunate obsession with sparkly blue eyeshadow, middle school was rough. But as John Mayer wisely predicted, "Something's better on the other side." The other side is New York.
Law Schools in the Dock
Bennett L. Gershman
Professor of Law, Pace
These students paid high tuitions, often with borrowed money, and now are without work and competing for increasingly scarce law jobs, and who face the bleak prospect of crushing debt with little hope of relief.
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