04 Feb

Technology Makes College Degrees Mandatory, No Jobs For High School Graduates

Technology Makes College Degrees Mandatory, No Jobs For High School Graduates
As the world marches on towards a more technologically dependent society, a lot of things are expected to change. Among these is the deficiency in available jobs for those who only graduated from high school since a Bachelor’s Degree is expected to …
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econotimes.com


Cowley County Community College Accepts ,000 Degree Challenge
Gov. Sam Brownback says Cowley County Community College is responding to his challenge to offer a four-year degree for just $ 15,000. Students who enroll would start their education at the community college before moving to Fort Hays State University.
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KMUW


Calvin College adds master of accounting degree
Responding to increased demand for skilled analysts, auditors and finance experts, Calvin College has added a master of accounting (MAcc) program. The new degree is Calvin’s third graduate-level offering, joining a master of speech pathology and …
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Grand Rapids Business Journal


Today, No Degree Means No Job
Amid heated discussions of employee displacement due to automation and outsourcing, the fact that employers of traditionally low-skill jobs are now placing a premium on college degrees is getting overshadowed. Siemens Energy Inc. “In our factories …
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futurism.com


A New College Tradition: 40K In Debt And Underemployed
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York found that nearly half (45%) of new college graduates were working in jobs that did not require a bachelor’s degree. With more college graduates settling for unskilled labor positions just to stay afloat in this …
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Forbes


Lincoln College adding four-year degrees
LINCOLN — Lincoln College has received approval to add four more baccalaureate programs this fall and is ahead of schedule in its transition back to being a bachelor’s degree-granting institution, said President David Gerlach. Starting this fall, Lincoln …
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