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TOPIC: Career Trends
As a principal user experience designer at iRobot, Bentley graduate Adam Goss studies consumer needs and helps translate them into robot vacuums, mops and pool cleaners.
Bentley President Gloria Larson, along with guest experts, joined Bloomberg Radio’s Carol Massar and Cory Johnson, to talk about what higher education and industry can do together, to help advance women in the workplace.
Ninety seven percent of Bentley University’s recent graduates are employed, attending or planning to attend graduate school, according to statistics from the Class of 2017 six months after their graduation. And Bentley graduates’ salaries are on the rise, with a median starting salary of $57,000, up from $55,000 last year.
Bentley University is bringing its nationally-recognized career-search expertise to new audiences with the launch of a podcast that offers career advice to professionals and job seekers.
Bentley's Career Communities program is highlighted for successful work-integrated learning.
The Princeton Review has named Bentley #4 in the U.S. for connecting students with internships as part of its 2018 edition of “Colleges That Pay You Back: The 200 Schools That Give you the Best Bang for Your Tuition Buck.”
Tis the season for holiday parties and get togethers are a great networking opportunity. You never know who you will meet -- it might be someone who could be helpful to your career now or in the future. But you won’t know unless you work the room. Bentley University Director of Undergraduate Career Education & Outcomes Alyssa Hammond shared her tips for taking the stress out of holiday networking in a recent discussion on Facebook Live.
Bentley University played a key role in the New England Board of Higher Education summit, “Employability: A National Imperative”, at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. The event highlighted Bentley’s leading role in connecting universities and employers to better prepare the workforce of the future.
Are colleges effectively preparing graduates with the skills they need for their careers? Employers and educators recently came together at Bentley University to discuss the future of jobs and how they can partner to make sure graduates are ready for the changing market.