- Women more likely to choose mentors in workplace, but less likely to benefit from them
December 14 2010 3:14 AM
Catalyst report indicates thatmen actually reap higher benefits from mentoring in their careers than women of equal potential
- Brazil surges ahead in top executive salaries, but lags in perception
December 13 2010 10:13 AM
Top executives in the Brazilian capital of Sau Paulo are reportedly earning higher salaries than their counterparts in the global financial powerhouses of New York, London and Hong Kong, but few seem to think so.
- '2011 is going to be a strong year for MBA recruiting'
December 10 2010 9:48 AM
In conversation with Rebecca Joffrey, Director – Career Education, Tuck School of Business, who believes that2011 is going to be a strong year for MBA recruiting.
- ConnectEDU raises $7 million, to expand reach to students
November 15 2010 2:51 PM
Boston-based college admission and career solutions provider ConnectEDU has raised $7-million in funding from a consortium led by Allen & Co. to establish regional service centers across the U.S. catering high schools, colleges and employer partners.
- Amidst high unemployment in U.S., guest worker programs under fire
October 20 2010 1:21 PM
In the current economic malaise of high pervasive unemployment and growing uneasiness over immigration, the H-1B visa program (among others) has come under tremendous criticism.