Statistics from Bentley University research present a new perspective on millennial work ethic.
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A survey conducted by Bentley's Center for Women and Business discusses millennials' desire for a work-life balance.
Director of Undergraduate Career Services Len Morrison shares career advice for first-time employees.
Associate Vice President of Career Services Susan Brennan discusses the motivation behind millennials' job hopping trend.
Market research from Bentley’s PreparedU Project is highlighted stating that more than half of millennials are willing to work long hours and weekends to achieve career success.
Bentley University's PreparedU Project partnered with Burning Glass discover which skills open up the best employment opportunities for those entering the workforce.
As college seniors begin to take stock of their skillset and prepare for their first job, how can they stand out among the crowd of qualified graduates?
New labor market analysis commissioned by Bentley finds the top skills that employers are looking for in 2016.
Market research from Bentley's PreparedU Project reveals that 67% of recent graduates desire to start their own business.
Bentley is highlighted for their programs that assist students with discovering STEM fields.