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Closing The Gender Gap In Computer Science

Posted on October 28th, by Lougie in Career, Career Development, Technology. Comments Off on Closing The Gender Gap In Computer Science

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Your Degree Was Not Intended To Land You A Job

Posted on October 3rd, by Lougie in Career Development, Job Search. Comments Off on Your Degree Was Not Intended To Land You A Job

I love this article. It is realistic but in a very upbeat positive way. I wish our society fostered an attitude amongst students that was less “how can I get a job” and more “what cool things will I find to do”. Less angst and more adventure. I think the latter attitude would help with … Read More »


Choosing The Right Degree – Infographic

Posted on October 2nd, by Lougie in Career, Career Development. Comments Off on Choosing The Right Degree – Infographic

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A Creative Approach to Career Development

Posted on August 27th, by Lougie in Career, Career Development, Leadership. Comments Off on A Creative Approach to Career Development

Being creative isn’t just for artists, authors, and musicians. All of us can, and should, think about our careers creatively – working with the raw materials at hand to make something unique. In the context of career development, these raw materials might include your education and training accomplishments, past working experiences, interests and hobbies, volunteer … Read More »


5 Facts How Vacations Increases Your Productivity

Posted on July 29th, by Henry Goldbeck in Career Development, HR Management. Comments Off on 5 Facts How Vacations Increases Your Productivity

Vacation is usually synonymous with lack of productivity. I disagree, vacations allow you to disconnect yourself from business, you start to unwind, and you are more open to new experiences. When you come back you see problems with clarity you never have had before. You feel rejuvenated and motivated. Here are a few more reasons why vacations are productive.