Two-Thirds of College Grads Struggle to Launch Their Careers

Letto da: Fleet Cooper
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Every year, high school students and their parents spend much time, effort, and money on the college search. By comparison, they spend very little time focused on how they will spend their undergraduate years while in college. Yet a series of decisions that start the moment they secure their spot in the freshman class - from choosing a major and courses to finding internships - increasingly plays a much larger role in life after graduation than where someone goes to college.

"Two-Thirds of College Grads Struggle to Launch Their Careers" is from hbr.org, published on May 31, 2016.

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