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Career Database + Minimum Experience

This is the same table found here, but this one includes the years of experience. Here’s a quick explanation of that column. The number here represents the years of experience required to get this job. Please keep in mind that this is the minimum requirement. It does not mean you can get a job with the

Anita Sarkeesian Forced to Cancel Utah State Event Over Threats of Massacre

Anita Sarkeesian Forced to Cancel Utah State Event Over Threats of Massacre

Anita Sarkeesian, creator of the well-known video series Tropes vs. Women, was forced to cancel a speaking engagement at the Utah State University’s Center for Women and Gender this morning. Sarkessian and several others were emailed and threatened with a mass shooting if the event was not canceled. Tweets from Sarkessian later confirmed this to


Report: Poverty Impacts Students Decision to Attend College

Report: Poverty Impacts Students Decision to Attend College

A research report that was released on Tuesday that was conducted by the National Student Clearinghouse, stated high poverty rates among high school students strongly impact whether or not new high school graduates attend college. The National Student Clearinghouse used over 3.5 million high school graduates to gather results from. Out of all of the




U.S. Department of Education Agrees to Make Financial Aid Websites Accessible to Blind Borrowers

U.S. Department of Education Agrees to Make Financial Aid Websites Accessible to Blind Borrowers

The U.S. Department of Education reached an important settlement this week that will require information regarding student loans to be made more accessible to students that are blind. Companies that are tasked with collecting student loan payments are also required to abide by these new standards. According to the U.S. Department of Education, all websites,




College Admissions Officers Express Concern Over FAFSA Information Sharing

College Admissions Officers Express Concern Over FAFSA Information Sharing

College admissions officers and a bevy of high school counselors have taken issue with the information that the FAFSA provides to colleges and wants it to stop. They are pressing the federal government to take action to prevent any students that apply for financial aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid from being


New LGBT Minor Program Debuts at LSU

New LGBT Minor Program Debuts at LSU

Louisiana State University joins the movement to make colleges and degree programs friendlier to the LGBT community. As the new fall semester begins, students at LSU will be able to enroll in the newly launched 18 credit hour LGBT minor program, which is one of few nationwide. Program designer, Elaine M. Maccio, an associate professor



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