A study conducted by Bentley's Center for Women and Business shows that millennial men and women are seeking a workplace which accommodates their personal values.
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A Bentley study reveals that millennials have a strong desire to start their own businesses, however many factors are preventing them from doing so.
According to a survey commissioned by Bentley, millennials would rather start their own business rather than climb the corporate ladder. This article highlights millennials who have become millionaires thanks to their startups.
Dean of Business and the Graduate School of Business Chip Wiggins discusses his career path and Bentley’s fused curriculum of business and the arts and sciences.
Betsy Myers, founding director of Bentley's Center for Women and Business, explains how women can be more politically savvy to overcome gender related biases.
Steve Weisman, senior lecturer of Law, Taxation, and Financial planning at Bentley University, hosts “A Touch of Grey” radio show featuring former President Jimmy Carter as a special guest.
According to research from Bentley's PreparedU Project, the unique career aspirations of the millennial generation leads to differing investment preferences than previous generations.
Vice President for Academic Affairs Michael J. Page is noted for being on the 2015-2016 AACSB International Board of Directors.
Bentley is highlighted as one of the top schools in the country for its return on investment.
Money Magazine ranks Bentley University number 15 for the top colleges and universities that deliver the most value.