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How Important Is Your GPA To Employers?

How Important Is Your GPA To Employers?

It has to count for something... right?

The truth about how your college experience is evaluated by employers. Read More »

The Worst Way To Start Your Career Search

The Worst Way To Start Your Career Search

'I overslept' is not an excuse for blowing off an interview

Wakeup call for grads and college students everywhere. Read More »

Catholic Teacher Contract Specifies Banned Behavior

Catholic Teacher Contract Specifies Banned Behavior

Contact language may make it harder for wrongfully terminated teachers to sue

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati specifies some violations of Catholic doctrine, including abortion, artificial insemination and "homosexual lifestyles." Read More »

Learn New Skills Using These 8 Online Education Tools

Learn New Skills Using These 8 Online Education Tools

Skip the student loans

Pick up some new skills at one of these great educational resources at little or no cost. Read More »

College Diplomas Are The New Normal

College Diplomas Are The New Normal

A higher degree is shifting from optional to mandatory

An educated workforce is the new reality and companies are increasingly requiring college degrees for positions previously given to high school graduates. Read More »

Colleges Asked To Prove Post-Grad Success

Colleges Asked To Prove Post-Grad Success

71 percent of graduating seniors have student loan debt

College is expensive. Getting information on how well students for your school of choice did in the working world is difficult at best, with unreliable data. Read More »

How to Get a Job Without a Degree

How to Get a Job Without a Degree

Tips to compete in a crowded labor pool

Tips to gain qualifications for jobs that require degrees when you don't have the desired accreditations. Read More »

Why Skills And Experience Increasingly Trump A College Diploma

Why Skills And Experience Increasingly Trump A College Diploma

Why we shouldn't measure achievement by outdated standards

A millennial makes the case for a shift in the way we approach education and the job market. Read More »

One Amazing Teacher Is About To Get $1 Million

One Amazing Teacher Is About To Get $1 Million

Celebrating the one profession that makes all others possible

The goal of the international prize is to elevate the stature of the teaching profession, which suffers a dismally low reputation across the world. Read More »

This Middle School Essay Question Has Detroit Parents Outraged

This Middle School Essay Question Has Detroit Parents Outraged

Novi student returned home in tears

One parent is criticizing a Detroit middle school for assigning an essay in which students are asked whether they'd rather be a factory worker or a slave. Read More »

How I Learned: Be Flexible, Adapt or Die

How I Learned: Be Flexible, Adapt or Die

Learn to adapt and embrace change with confidence

Soft Skill: Flexibility. The one constant in most jobs today is change. If you can embrace change and adapt, you are one step ahead of the pack. Read More »

Bus Driver Fired After Fight With Teen and Crash Into Parked Cars

Bus Driver Fired After Fight With Teen and Crash Into Parked Cars

A Kenosha, Wisc. bus driver lost his job after fighting a teen who attacked first, but failing to secure the bus, which crashed into several parked vehicles. Read More »

15 Jobs That Were Easier To Get A Decade Ago

15 Jobs That Were Easier To Get A Decade Ago

'Degree inflation' may be to blame

Jobs that may have only required a high school diploma now ask for an Associate's degree or even a Bachelor's. Read More »

H.S. Cyber Security Program Aims To Recruit Girls, Minorities With Fun, Ethical Hacking Skills

H.S. Cyber Security Program Aims To Recruit Girls, Minorities With Fun, Ethical Hacking Skills

iForCE trains teens for in-demand IT security jobs

iForCE hopes to get kids jobs in information security that pay up to $40 an hour - right out of high school. Read More »

How to Land the Internship of Your Dreams

How to Land the Internship of Your Dreams

Internship opportunities await students who prepare thoroughly

Research and figure out how to present yourself before applying for college internships. Read More »

What We Read: A Web Producer's Best Books

What We Read: A Web Producer's Best Books

Three books to make you laugh and cringe

You are what you read. This AOL Jobs series looks at the books that influenced our editors and contributors. Read More »

What We Read: The Best Non-Work Work Books I've Seen

What We Read: The Best Non-Work Work Books I've Seen

Erik Sherman's choices teach skills essential to success

Books that are good for business aren't necessarily business books. Here are four volumes to help you better communicate, be authentic, think, and learn. Read More »

What We Read: 5 Books That Changed My Life

What We Read: 5 Books That Changed My Life

AOL's employment law expert shares books that influenced her

AOL asked our resident employment law expert which books influenced her work and life the most. Read More »

What We Read: 3 Books That Changed My Life

What We Read: 3 Books That Changed My Life

The favorite children's book of a children's author

You are what you read. This AOL Jobs series looks at the books that influenced our staff and contributors. Read More »

What We Read: An Editor's Memorable Selections

What We Read: An Editor's Memorable Selections

Three non-fiction choices from the AOL Jobs Editor-in-Chief

You are what you read. This AOL Jobs series looks at the books that influenced our editors and contributors. Read More »

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