Monthly Archives: February 2012

LIN-DOW OF OPPORTUNITY

BY: Adam Gavriel

Unless you live under a rock, or are too busy looking for employment to notice (we hope this is the case) than you haven’t heard about the new trend sweeping the Nation; Linsanity.

Yes the New York Knicks starting point-guard has taken the NBA by storm. In fact, on ESPN’s flagship program Sportcenter, Jeremy Lin and the Knicks were talked about more than the entire NHL during last weeks aired episodes. Lin and the puns that have been thrown into mainstream media were also featured on a skit during this past week’s episode of Saturday Night Live. Continue reading

A MAJOR DECISION

BY: ADAM GAVRIEL

Don’t be fooled by anyone who tells you otherwise, but what you major is in college has an effect on your chances of employment. A study conducted by utSanDiego.com found that art, humanities, or social science majors could all expect an unemployment rate of greater than 8.5% after graduation.

A promising number occurred in the measure of graduates with Education or Health Care majors showing that the unemployment rate was less than 5.5% The educational system is where a lot of money and investment should be put, and the low unemployment rate for those graduating with those degrees shows that jobs are being created in an industry so important to the countries future.

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