Monthly Archives: June 2009

Transitioning from university to workplace in challenging times

I am seeing many articles in the news about the fear graduates experience right now, moving out of school into the world. Truth be told, it’s not easy in a booming economy, let alone an anemic one. With all the … Continue reading

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Ireland, Taiwan, America — snapshots from 3 post-graduate employment landscapes

DATELINE, Taiwan The government is recommending that students return to graduate school. Employers cite that the economy will be weak, and poorly equipped to absorb graduates as exports in this manufacturing magnate are down in the US and elsewhere. The … Continue reading

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Unpredictable revolutions, off the radar, and non-televised

My family and I communicated about the state of the economy in our respective states last friday — my mother is in Michigan and I am in California. I reflected on the infographic I had seen on the NYT site. … Continue reading

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