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Part V: The Millennial Transfer Student

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In generations past, high school graduates often applied to a dream school and a few safety schools, waited impatiently for acceptance letters, and then committed to a school for life, taking great pride in identifying as a Wildcat, a Seminole or a Tar Heel long beyond college graduation.

11 Jobs That Are Safer During A Recession

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Donald Trump’s election win was a shocker. The U.S. stock market surged surprisingly the day after, but much uncertainty remains about how Trump’s policies will take shape and when the seven-year economic recovery will give way to a recession.

Andrew Chamberlain, chief economist at careers site Glassdoor, recently identified 11 jobs that historically have more security …

Regulatory Relief Under Trump Could Favor Both For-Profit and Traditional Colleges

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The day after Donald J. Trump secured a victory in the U.S. presidential election, Wall Street traders voted with their money. Among the winners were some of the nation's largest for-profit college companies, such as Bridgepoint Education Inc.

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The New Congress and Higher Ed

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Republicans maintained control of both the House of Representatives and the Senate in Tuesday’s election as Donald Trump was elected president — shocking Democrats who expected to win the presidency if not the upper chamber of Congress as well.

However, leaders of both parties have said that a reauthorization of the Higher Education Act will be …

Trump Victory Jolts Higher Ed

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Donald Trump stunned the pundits and confounded the pollsters on Tuesday by being elected president of the United States. Many in higher education — including many college leaders who had long lists of objections to Hillary Clinton's plan for free public higher education — were horrified by the prospect of a Trump presidency.

The Republican candidate …

Software Developer’s Guide to Contracting Versus Salary Employment

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There are two basic types of employment in the software development industry.

You can either be a contractor of some sort, or you can be a salaried employee.

In my career, I’ve been both, and each has a distinct set of advantages and disadvantages.

In fact, in some companies there is an entire culture built around the differences …

Your Road map to Success!

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We are pleased to present our students with a step-by-step guide that provides free resources to help them on their road to success. Regardless where they are in the journey, the Road map will provide beneficial guidance.

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Heritage College closing all 10 of its campuses

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The Kansas Board of Regents confirms all 10 of Heritage College's locations, including those in southeast Wichita and Kansas City, Mo. are closed. The board or regents says the school is closed effective "immediately" and "indefinitely."

Tuesday afternoon, Eyewitness News heard from a student at the college's location on South Rock Road in Wichita, who was …

Job Alert: Diesel technician and truck driver shortage countrywide

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(BPT) – As the transportation industry continues to grow and baby boomers continue to retire, the need for trained diesel mechanics and truck drivers has never been greater. Job openings span the United States, and many sit open while businesses feel the stress of a massive talent shortage.

For people seeking job security in a hands-on …

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