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College trains sophomores on how to land a job

July 12, 2018

Hendrix College President Bill Tsutsui says the practical workshop is in line with his philosophy that liberal arts institutions don’t need to dramatically change what they offer to produce job-ready graduates, but should provide skills that help in the workplace. “I have a feeling in 30 years we’re going to look back and laugh at the boom in cybersecurity,” he told Inside Higher Education.

Students feel concerned about their ability to find jobs, but 40% say they never visited their college’s career center, according to a study from Gallup and Strada Educational Network.

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