Tag Archives: employment

Education Can Make a Difference in Your Future Employment

The level of your education can make a difference in your future employment, according to Thomas Hakko, business program chair at Globe University & Minnesota School of Business. The chart below on the left, which was recently presented by JP Morgan Asset Management, shows the unemployment rate for the United State starting in 1992 and the
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5 Tips for Job Seekers: La Crosse Area Career Fair December 12

Job seekers are invited to connect with employers at the Winter Career Fair on Wednesday, December 12 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Globe University-La Crosse commons at 2651 Midwest Drive, Onalaska. Multiple employers will be at the event: Gundersen Lutheran Logistics Health CenturyLink Bio Life YWCA Coulee Region Humane Society Edward Jones
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4 Great Job Search Articles for College Students

With a tough job market, job seekers must take extra steps to find a job. This includes college students!  College students shouldn’t wait until graduation to begin their job search. To get ahead of other job seekers, students should take steps while in school! Below are 4 articles for students who are serious about finding
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How to Make Your Facebook Profile Job Search Friendly: 10 Tips

Do employers look at your Facebook page?  You bet! That’s what Brady Lowe shares with business students at Globe University-La Crosse. If you’re a job seeker, there’s a good chance employers are researching you online! Here are 10 tips you can use to make your Facebook profile job search friendly! 1. Photos of Volunteer Activity:
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A Good Title is Hard to Find

Titles are Like that First Handshake “Essay One,” “Reflection,” “Argument,” “[Insert Title Here],” titles like these when read aloud get this response: chirp, chirp, chirp.  Yes, crickets, that’s right.  A good title is much like a good handshake.  If you make it too loose, the other party doesn’t know you exist, and if it is too tight,
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And I Hear a Collective Groan

Group-work and Teamwork Why Do Teachers Assign It? Since I began teaching at Globe University-La Crosse in January of 2011, I have taught five different courses. In each and every one, I have incorporated some sort of teamwork based assignment or project. Why is this? My students often groan and whine, “But I would rather
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7 Tips to Drive LinkedIn Connections to Your Profile

LinkedIn is a terrific social media tool to build your brand and develop a powerful network of connections. How do you drive people to your profile? Consider these 7 easy steps that Brady Lowe, Globe University Instructor, teaches business and information technology students:   1. Post Interesting Content Share industry related articles on a regular
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You Want Me to Read Your Email?

The Don’ts of Sending an E-mail to Your Professor “What are you trying to say?”  A question college professors ask themselves multiple times a day when they open an e-mail from one of their students as they try to decipher a code that at times can be something out-of-this-world. . . . I didn’t know
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How to Succeed in Massage Therapy

Brian Beard’s tips for massage therapy students and graduates. You’ve seen him around campus. Massage therapy students all know his name; he’s aptly named Brian Beard. Now whether he is bearded because he likes it or because it’s his name, I’m not sure we will ever know, but what I do know is that Brian
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Is Understanding World Music Really Going to Get Me a Job?

How Does Taking a Humanities or Social Science Class Relate to My Program? At the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, a woman with a Ph.D. in Psychology is teaching business courses. Why? Northwestern is expanding its horizons to show students and the world that even business and marketing have an element of psychology
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