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Obama’s New College Ratings System Can Learn a Thing or Two from Health Care

Obama’s New College Ratings System Can Learn a Thing or Two from Health Care

The new college ratings system that the Obama administration is preparing to debut is aimed at improving the college experience and locking in tuition. The detail of this new system are largely under wraps and unknown still, but the discussions up to this point are leading towards showing dropout rates, earnings of graduates and tuition



Are You a New Grad? Here Are Some Networking Tips For You

Are You a New Grad? Here Are Some Networking Tips For You

A lot of people have a love/hate relationship with networking. There’s no denying that it can be an essential element to getting your name out into the business world though. Networking is a way to establish relationships that are more meaningful and beneficial to all parties involved. After you graduate college is a really good




Clinton and Bush Introduce Leadership Program and a Few Laughs

Clinton and Bush Introduce Leadership Program and a Few Laughs

Former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush have just introduced a new six month leadership training program that anyone can apply to. Clinton said, “The initiative will encourage Americans to have vigorous debates, serious disagreements, knockdown, drag out fights and somehow come to ultimately a resolution that enables the country to keep moving forward.”


The Hidden Cost of New Jobs

The Hidden Cost of New Jobs

Getting a new job can be a really great thing, but we often forget it can be a very expensive thing. It’s easy to sit back and think about what you will do with your first paycheck, but what if it is virtually spent before you can even get your hands on it? Let’s take


DOE Confirms College Rating System to Change

DOE Confirms College Rating System to Change

The U.S. Department of education will soon be releasing a ratings system that will show potential students which schools are said to be doing “phenomenally well” and will also announce which schools need to “step up their game.” Ted Mitchell, Under Secretary of Education, told the Education Writers Association that he “wants to remind everyone that


Walmart’s New Uniform Mandate Angers Employees

Walmart’s New Uniform Mandate Angers Employees

Walmart has recently decided to implement a new dress code that will likely require many of their employees to purchase new clothing. According to Gawker, many employees are not happy about this and are sounding off on the company’s internal online forums. The new dress code, as Walmart.com website explains, is to be a collared

Rights of Pregnant Women in the Workplace

Rights of Pregnant Women in the Workplace

Amazingly women still get fired from their jobs due to the simple fact that they are pregnant. Just in this fiscal year, over 5,370 government agencies received charges that stated women were subjected to discrimination in their places of work. The most common complaint being that these women were fired because they became pregnant, even



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