Job Interviews: What is the Worst that Could Happen?

“In most cases, the best strategy for a job interview is to be fairly honest, because the worst thing that can happen is that you won’t get the job and Continue Reading →

We Need Alternatives to College for the Workforce of the Future

“By 2025, two-thirds of all jobs in the US will require education beyond high school.” We need the alternative energy equivalent of skilled workforce development. I just read Bill Gates’s Continue Reading →

17 Quotes & Notes on What Employers Want Most & Get Least from Grads

SXSWedu 2015 is over. Educators and edupreneurs are heading back home. What are they taking with them that they didn’t have before? That is going to be different for each Continue Reading →

The New GED Test: Who are the Winners & Losers?

On January 2, 2014, a new version of the GED (General Educational Development) test was published.¬†What changed and what are the results? Let’s answer the second question first. According to Continue Reading →