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Atlantic Magazine asserts that Millennials are the “best-educated generation in American history,” with more than a third holding a bachelor’s degree or higher. Nevertheless, they may become the first generation of Americans to be worse off than their parents, with lower incomes, more debt, and higher poverty rates.
A 20-year-old student who recently began his junior year at Duke University, Balfanz is also the co-creator of the hit online video game Jailbreak. The game has been played nearly 3 billion times by hundreds of millions of people around the world, Balfanz tells CNBC Make It, and it’s already made him seven-figure profits.
Are you in high school right now, and worried about what to do to prepare for your future? Here are “10 things for high school students to remember” according to Dr. Randall S. Hansen, who is the founder of Quintessential Careers, and also a published author.
“This book is about the world, and how to understand it”
Ever wonder about a career in project management? Hear from Scott Hirsch from Talent Marketplace for a intro into this field.
Jocelyn Tien-Wong is not just any ordinary Junior Achievement Alumn. Jocelyn is the founding member of JA Alumni BC.
It’s easy to see people making their dreams happen but sometimes the hustle behind the accomplishment is hidden. If you feel like you’re on a flat trajectory here are 5 simple steps to moving towards your goals.
Power, confidence, kindness, meekness, shyness, nervousness and infinitely more traits can be represented by a handshake. Your handshake, albeit brief, will shape your conversational partner’s initial opinion of you. What does yours say about you?
As young adults, many still hear the voices of mentors and parents in our heads saying “stick it out”. Or more commonly “finish what you started”. With years of this rhetoric in our heads, you may find yourself asking: “Am I really allowed to quit?”
Not knowing what job title “fits” is perfectly normal as university is about exploring future opportunities. However, when asked about future work aspirations it is crucially important to have an industry specific answer. Here’s why.
Events Photo Gallery
The team posed with their Telus Snow Leopards.
Alumni members get a look at the new Telus Garden building in downtown Vancouver.
Alumni members hear about the living trees and the all glass vestibule overlooking Georgia Street.
Students get a peek at the rooftop patio.
Alumni members mingle on the 15th floor in the glass vestibule overlooking Georgia Street.
Rohith Manhas from Accenture presenting his best LinkedIn tips for JA Alumni BC members.
Maggie Ow and Brittany Stansfield from PFM search giving Alumni member tips from a Recruiters perspective.
Grace Lanuza from Grace Lanuza Consulting presenting her tips on creating a professional LinkedIn profile.