Meet Yolanda Spivey: a vibrant and educated young woman in her 20s with more than a decade of experience in the insurance industry. During those that span, she worked as an assessor, broker and manager of other employees. She did well in her field too, with a client base including not just individuals but also […]
Choosing a major should be about studying what you love, not what might look best on a resume.
Students shouldn’t lose sleep over the media’s claims that college degrees don’t matter.
Support the Half in Ten bill to help Los Angeles’ poor. As a social worker at the Good Shepherd Center serving the homeless women and children of Los Angeles, I have seen dozens of people who are newly homeless at age 50. Many people have paid their own way their whole lives, only to be […]
The next president should not intervene in conflicts that pose no threat to our security; it is time to focus on rebuilding at home.
The youth of the United States face similar economic distress as the protestors in Spain.
The latest numbers from the Labor Department show there are only 2.4 million full-time jobs available for the country’s 14.5 job seekers.
Alumni Association’s program helps USC alumni learn to network, market themselves.