The audience listened to the speech and a panel talk in the Annenberg East lobby.
Despite some student worries, the Career Center remains confident that jobs exist.
Choosing a major should be about studying what you love, not what might look best on a resume.
The link between the concept of behavioral economics and college students is critical thinking, the ability to gather relevant information from different fields of study to help us make a rational decision. While most universities include critical thinking in their mission statements, it is essential for USC to provide more opportunities for students to improve […]
Though they could use more regulation, they are not inherently exploitative: They give students a stepping stone to paid work.
Taking initiative and being proactive is the first step in a successful job search in college.
Survey finds employers will hire about 13.5 percent more students this year than in 2010.
The Wall Street Journal recently reported that consumers are finally spending money on more than just basic material goods again. It’s been two years since retailers, restaurants and other merchants made significant profits. Women are starting to splurge on cute shoes, families are celebrating birthdays at their favorites restaurants and couples are opting to improve […]