Social Work: Start Your Career Here

Posted on November 15th, by Danita Dyess in on the job. No Comments

In 1993, there were 111 accredited Master of Social Work (MSW) programs and 54 Doctor of Social Work (DSW) programs in the U.S. Today, most colleges and universities offer bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees in social work.  Our nation has faced tough issues that social workers are prepared to address.

Issues in Social Work

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30,000 Ft. Approach to Career Success

Posted on November 15th, by Bennett Dwosh in education/training. No Comments

Throughout our lives, whether as employees or students, we’ve been trained to focus heavily on the minutia—dates, names, and other tidbits of knowledge. Instead of understanding the “why”, we worry about all of the “what”. The “what” included the name of the theater that Lincoln was shot at and the exact decimals of Pi. And … Read More »

How to Avoid Being an Unemployed Millennial

Posted on November 14th, by Sarah Wilson in Trends. No Comments

Recent news has shown an improvement in the unemployment rate, but are all generations created equal among the numbers? Not quite. Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce found that 40% of millennials are unemployed, the worst being for graduates age 21-25, while 44% of recent graduates are passing the time in dead-end, low-paying … Read More »

The Winds of Change

Posted on November 14th, by Jerry Schuber in Career Advice. No Comments

Most of the time I write an article with my tongue firmly planted in my cheek.  I include such taglines as above for the sake of grabbing an audience who otherwise would ignore any article by most authors based solely on their belief that the reader is far too busy or their time is far … Read More »