Economic studies of the city of Waltham, conducted by Bentley students, are mentioned in this extensive story on the city's development.
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This story, part of a Forbes parenting series, points out that parents should be less concerned with the college their child attends and more concerned about whether they have the necessary soft skills employers demand. Bentley's PreparedU survey results are cited and the author observes, "Frequently, jobs are ready, but kids aren’t."
Fortune Magazine features Bentley's first ever job boot camp for recent graduates. The four day summer workshop is aimed at helping graduates find jobs.
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Bentley's PreparedU Project is highlighted in this article about an emerging grassroots organization called the Indigo Project.
Director of Career Services Len Morrison shares encouraging news about the class of 2014's employment success. This story was originally featured on Poets & Quants for Undergrads.
President Gloria Larson discusses the potential role of Boston’s higher education institutions, including Bentley University, in the upcoming 2024 Olympics bid.
Bentley University is ranked #1 for Business, Management and Marketing in a new ranking released by College Factual, an online portal designed to assist students in selecting a college. The outcomes-driven ranking is based on factors including school quality and alumni salary information.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner is highlighted as a prominent advocate for the economic stance that the federal government has the "power to accelerate growth and bring down unemployment", it just needs to print more money.
Recent Bentley University graduate Andrew Snead is highlighted as a millennial living at home so he can bolster his savings. Snead, who graduated witha degree in finance and economics, works at a Connecticut software company and says he has managed to save more than half of his salary in the past six months.