Hiring prospects for recent college graduates are better than they have been since 2007, according to a new survey from the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
Despite state budget problems and tuition hikes at universities around the country, many public college presidents continue to earn high salaries and compensation in excess of $500,000 a year.
A new report indicates that Gen Y favors big banks despite a growing dissatisfaction with them.
Recent college graduates dream of working in the tech industry but they are comparatively disinterested in going into the financial industry, according to a new survey.
State and federal budget deficits have already had a noticeable impact on public employees, but they may also hurt teenagers looking for summer jobs.
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A rise in demand and declining budgets are causing strain on community colleges across the U.S., according to the Pearson Foundation.
New research indicates that working more than 20 hours a week while in high school can lead to academic and behavior problems.
The tough economy and rising tuition costs have taken their toll on college students, as freshmen at universities across the country are now less likely than ever before to rate their emotional health as being above average.