Rental Affordability Worsens After Recession: The nation’s renters are devoting much more of their income to housing in the wake of the recent recession, and a growing share of middle-income Americans are struggling to pay their rent, according to a new study.
If you’re a college student, you’ve probably heard the buzz about Twitter. Many people, even upcoming graduates, might find Twitter to be more of a “post your thoughts” social tool, akin to text messaging. But in reality, Twitter can be a valuable job assist tool for every college graduate,...
A vast majority (71 percent) of recent college graduates would have done something differently while in college to better prepare for the job market, according to a survey from Adecco Staffing US, part of the world's largest staffing firm.
With Arizona's doctor shortage and health insurance set to be extended to millions more, experts predict a huge need for family and primary-care doctors. But as the new graduates of the inaugural class of UA College of Medicine have learned, the world of medicine has become generally much more challenging for doctors since they started medical school...
The notion that a college degree is essentially worthless has become one of the year’s most fashionable ideas, with two prominent venture capitalists (Cornell ’89 and Stanford ’89, by the way) leading the charge.