Are executive pay hey-days back?
January 23 2011 5:54 AM EST
As the economy recovers, companies across industries indicate a cautious but definite return to attractive packages for its top bosses.
Foreign language skills provide sharp edge in the job market
January 22 2011 4:00 AM EST
Job seekers with bilingual skills could look forward to a profusion of opportunities in the coming year and beyond.
It’s not cost, but skills-gap that leads to offshoring: Duke Univ. study
January 21 2011 9:27 AM EST
Duke research suggests offshoring is more a result of the shortage of adequately skilled domestic employees, rather than the economic motive to cut costs.
How Long Do Your College Honors Matter?
January 20 2011 1:00 PM EST
Entry-level professionals often have a hard time trying to determine which information to include on their resumes. While you obviously want to include any education or degrees
Is your university brand strong enough to get you a job?
January 20 2011 4:20 AM EST
Study by Northwestern professor shows that top employers may not even consider candidates who do not have degrees from the super-elite league of Universities
B-school initiative helps non-profits develop better interaction with board
January 19 2011 10:14 AM EST
A student-led experiential program at the Kellogg School of Management partners with educational nonprofit CISC to help shape and improve its approach to board development.
Stanford ties up with IATA to offer aviation management program through distance learning
January 14 2011 3:40 AM EST
The Center for Professional Development at Stanford University has signed an agreement with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to offer a unique distance learning program combining aviation training and management fundamentals.
Tech for social good: School of Information students at Berkeley show the way
January 13 2011 8:37 AM EST
An innovative course at the School of Information at UC Berkeley help students turn social entrepreneurs and make a real difference
Now, summer programs in entrepreneurship for high school students
January 08 2011 10:34 AM EST
Babson College introduces programs for high school students to teach them the fundamentals of entrepreneurship
How will your workplace look in 2011?
January 07 2011 1:20 PM EST
A few leading trends that could characterize jobs and work in 2011
Good news for Canadian students as Summer Jobs Program gets $10m boost
January 06 2011 12:48 PM EST
The Canada Summer Jobs Program has received an additional $10 million this year from the federal government and is likely to pay for 3500 more jobs
Are Law Schools doing enough to boost students’ overall professional development?
January 06 2011 8:19 AM EST
Survey suggests that a half or more of law school students feel inadequately prepared to handle the various non-academic demands of the profession
Executive MBA continues to bring high returns for graduates
December 30 2010 8:13 AM EST
Salaries and bonus amounts earned by EMBA grads in 2010 rose by 11.4 percent, according to a survey by the EMBA Council
2011 set to witness strong hiring in supply chain management
December 28 2010 1:21 PM EST
48% of US Companies are predicted to hire logistics grads in 2011 but suffer severe talent crunch
US companies look to ramp up hiring as economic outlook improves
December 27 2010 3:54 PM EST
Recent collaborative study by Wall Street Journal and Indeed.com shows spurt in hiring across companies in the US
Academic salaries growing fastest in South Africa: Commonwealth Survey
December 24 2010 1:32 PM EST
Academic salaries in South Africa have grown by 51% - the highest among seven Commonwealth countries surveyed - since 2006-07.
5 things you need to know about Social Media jobs
December 23 2010 12:27 PM EST
Crucial facts about social media positions that aspirants should be aware of:
We Thank Thee for job stability
December 22 2010 1:39 PM EST
25 percent of employed Americans are most grateful for the stability in their jobs
Facebook emerges as the best company to work for in 2011
December 16 2010 7:33 AM EST
Year-long survey conducted by Glassdoors.com puts social networking giant Facebook at the top of preferred employers' list
Duke survey shows CFOs brimming with confidence in 2011
December 15 2010 12:33 PM EST
Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) in the U.S. expect improved employment rates and wage growth in the coming year, according to a joint study by Duke University and CFO Magazine.