In this final installment of our four-part video series, execs stress the importance for college grads to have a well-rounded college experience.
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TOPIC: Future of Higher Ed
Careers in the trades increasingly are an increasingly attractive — and lucrative — option for millennials.
With high levels of unemployment and crippling student loan debt facing college graduates, manufacturing jobs are increasingly appealing to millennial workers.
Research from Bentley’s PreparedU Project provides background to a new study by the Association of American Colleges and Universities that highlights the discrepancy between students’ and employers’ view of career preparedness.
Could today's children usher in a new post-generational world in which technology and connectivity are less a birthright than a set of shared behaviors that can be consciously adopted by anyone?
It's time to face it: Business and liberal arts education belongs together.
Boston Business Journal highlights new Bentley research that provides a clearer picture of who the typical millennial is at work.
Despite their love of mobile devices, millennials would much prefer talking with a colleague in person over texting or emailing, according to a new Bentley University survey of millennials’ attitude toward work.
By 2025, millennials will make up 75 percent of the workforce. Is your company ready for them? Download the ebook.
Dr. Edward Zlotkowski, professor of English and media studies at Bentley and founder of the Bentley Service Learning Center, discusses the evolution of applied learning in higher education.