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Atlanta School of Massage Grads Beat National Test Scores By Wide Margin

Graduates of Atlanta School of Massage, taking the National Certification Examination for Therapeutic Massage for the first time, achieved a pass rate more than twenty points higher than the national average. Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) January 18, 2009 -- Graduates of Atl...

Job picture for 2006 chemistry grads reasonably good, C&EN reports

The job situation for 2006 chemistry graduates remains reasonably good and similar to what it was in the previous two years, but full-time jobs remain less plentiful than they were for graduates during the second half of the booming 1990s, reports the American Chemical Society (ACS). The median...

Graduates Needing Health Insurance Have Cost-Effective Options

...ing themselves in a serious predicament: less than 20 percent of those 2009 grads who applied for jobs have received employment offers, according to the Nati...s. And, no job can mean no health insurance. As a result, many recent grads are facing the "I am uninsured" reality. And, that's not necessary, says Sc...

Three New Programs Confer Degrees at MSPP Graduation on June 7, 2009

...aler and teacher. She reminds us that the work is far from done in helping Katrina victims to recover from the trauma of that hurricane. If our 2009 grads begin their professional lives with a small percentage of her compassion, organizational skills and dedication to those in need, the world will be an ...

Hard Times for Nursing Hires Doesn't Signal End to Shortage According to California Institute for Nursing & Health Care

...rienced nurses back in the market due to hard economic times." Jones said that 90% of RN's under the age of 55 are working, so the market for new grads is tighter than usual. The average age of an RN in California is over 47, so as they approach retirement, the statewide shortage will worsen. C...

The Final Exam: Graduates Test Tough Job Markets, Join Growing Pool of Uninsured

...ored health insurance program, are dim. With fewer grads able to rely on employers for group health insuran... "Health insurance is often overlooked by college grads because it is confusing and appears expensive," ex...fusion out of the process. The reality is that new grads can't afford to NOT have health insurance and the ...

50,000 Letters Sent to Notre Dame Alumni Re: Obama; In Letter, Bishop Gracida Urged Former U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican Mary Ann Glendon to Refuse Award

...-USNewswire/ -- 50,000 hand addressed letters were sent to Notre Dame Alumni, and 100,000 post cards for Vatican and Notre Dame officials, urging ND grads to fight against Obama's scheduled speech. Randall Terry and local Notre Dame Alumni sent 50,000 letters to Alumni from '88 and back. (Older Alum...

Guardian Survey: Despite Perceived Effectiveness, Most Employees Who Participate in Wellness Programs Do Not Stay Committed

... Cash, Gifts and Extra Vacation Days Motivate Employees to Run on Their Tread Mills and Put Out Their Cigarettes College grads Are More Likely to Enroll in Wellness Programs and Believe that Yoga, Tai Chi and Other Alternative Medicine Practices Should Be ...

Bike Ride Across the U.S. to End Saturday at Folly Beach

... Two College grads Spend the Summer Pedaling to Raise Awareness of Lupus and Funds for Lupus Foundation of America WASHINGTON, Sept. 13 /PRNewswire-USN...
grads in Biological News

Two Central High (Philadelphia) grads honored by AIBS

Washington, DC. Each year the American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) recognizes eminent individuals or groups for outstanding contributions to the biological sciences. Since 1972, AIBS has presented the Distinguished Scientist Award annually to individuals who have made significant sci...

A genomic CluE for cloud computing

...ers to use at no cost, and his results will be made available through journal articles and conference presentations. Teaching and mentoring of both grads and undergrads will also be a large component of the grant, which Pop hopes will help entice talented computer science students to go into the biotech...
grads in Biological Technology

Action now can help avoid the coming shortage of math and science grads

In 1975, the United States was third among all nations in the percentage of 18-to-24-year-olds who earned science and engineering degrees. Today, it ranks 17th, behind Taiwan and South Korea, Ireland and Italy. Unless that slide in scientific competency is reversed, the nations economic welfare and...

Business Plan Contest produces successful grads

Madison, Wis. - People usually enter contests to win prizes, and the Wisconsin Governor's Business Plan Contest is no exception to the rule. About $450,000 in cash and in-kind prizes have been awarded in the contest's first three years. But the real prize in this statewide contest is unoff...

Recent Graduates Finding BioTech & Pharmaceutical Jobs Easier Than Ever With The Launch of CampusRXBio

... degrees in fields like chemistry or biology , but others are simply recent grads looking to become involved in these exciting new industries." ... degrees in fields like chemistry or biology , but others are simply recent grads looking to become involved in these exciting new industries." Even...

Facelift for Resumes Offers Hope for Job Seekers, says Resume Writing Service

... job candidate accepts the need to discreetly cloak some of the past. "Companies see benefits in hiring young. Salary expectations for recent grads are more modest than seasoned candidates. Health considerations play a role too." Shimmering Resumes' independent research underscores t...

Abbott Named One of the 'Best Places to Launch a Career' by BusinessWeek

...pment programs -- that help young professionals chart their own path to success." Helping New Employees Build Meaningful Careers Many recent college grads and other entry-level employees come to Abbott through the company's Professional Development Programs, which are two- to three-year programs that rot...

Manufacturing still viable career

...can get techies into ballgame, too As the manufacturing sector struggles to recover from its two-year-long nightmare, recent or soon-to-be college grads may view a career in building things a bit gauche. If they could only see what really goes on in todays factories, maybe theyd amend that view. Mod...

Heres how todays Wisconsin children will find jobs tomorrow

...ted with their feet and moved elsewhere after college to find well-paying jobs. Also, the state does a remarkably poor job of attracting young college grads from other states - again, because theres a lack of good jobs. On the plus side is the technical college system, for about 96 percent of its graduates...

Wisconsin must produce more science-savvy students to remain competitive

...onsin is falling short. To simply meet the U.S. average of college graduates and post-graduates in its workforce, Wisconsin must add 150,000 four-year grads and another 150,000 post-graduates over the next 20 years. Many, if not most, of those graduates must be trained for jobs in critical areas of science...

Higher ed cooperation will produce more skilled workers for Wisconsin

... incubators in northeast Wisconsin. Wisconsin has a high-quality workforce and it can only get better by removing the barriers that keep tech college grads from continuing their education. ...

Tech Digest: whats moving in the Midwest (11/3/04)

... UW grads get new job-finding site IT chief becomes marketer Rockwell reports d... conference RoleFlow Software Targets Human Resources Efficiency UW grads get new job-finding site The Wisconsin Alumni Association has created a W...
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