This Forbes piece focuses on the results of Bentley's PreparedU Survey that reveal differing opinions on the importance of ethics in the workplace. According to Forbes, Bentley's results "confirm a reality gap between millennials and their elders".
Research commissioned by Bentley University's Center for Women and Business finds that 84% of millennials could identify high-achieving women at their jobs. However, about 20% of millennial women reported that they were not interested in following the same executive path.
Bentley Alumni Dan Schawbel, head of Millennial Branding consulting firm, shares his expertise on finding a job after graduation. He lists the top five mistakes he sees students make when applying for a position, including not utilizing the university's career services or not networking properly.
Center for Women and Business sponsor, PricewaterhouseCoopers, is highlighted for creatively targeting college-educated women through its collaboration with Bentley. The sponsorship will allow PWC to directly reach female students, thus closing the education gap, and subsequently may help to close the gender pay gap.