Employers verify a degree or get a transcript by contacting the prospective employee's school. Why isn't this procedure used in colleges and universities (instead of the onus being placed on the student to provide the information)?
Asking this question for a family member who just graduated from the University of Mobile with a B.S. She's considering moving to Atlanta for better job opportunities and continuing education in nursing. She has some bachelor-level credits in nursing-related classes and experience in the field. We have some questions... [more inside]
Graduating with an IT degree at 31 - how to be attractive to employers, please? [more inside]
How should I map out my higher education plan to fully maximize my hiring potential? [more inside]
What's an unbiased resource for checking out the value of credentials obtained through an online degree or distance learning program? [more inside]
I am a library director who definitely needs a change of job (possibly a change of career) but I am stumped as to how to convince employers outside the library world that I am willing, able and sometimes more than qualified to do a job that doesn't necessarily involve books/libraries/IT maintenance. Can anyone share examples of how to convince employers you are qualified for something different? [more inside]
What's a job that's easy to get that requires a bachelor's degree? [more inside]
In China, what (unique) challenges do the locals face in getting a good job? [more inside]