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Here’s What Job Titles Will Look Like In The Future

In analyzing how demand for technological know-how is changing across a variety of functional roles, we found a new language of recruiting. Read this report to find out how employers have higher technical requirements in nearly all functions – and how job titles are changing to reflect this new reality. For this report, we wanted […]

Top 5 Must-Have Resources for MBAs

As MBAs, we’re pulled in a lot of directions. Like, a lot. First there’s actually getting into your target schools – countless hours spent on essays, soliciting cover letters, etc. As if that’s not hard enough, there’s the excruciating financial aid process. And you know, classes. Those too. When recruiting hits, you’re already underwater.

The top 10 jobs for MBA grads…by effective hourly wage

It’s no secret that pursuing an MBA can earn you serious cash, but post-grad jobs typically come with super long work weeks. So, we’ve compared average salaries and weekly hours to see which MBA careers actually have the best effective hourly wage. As always, you can sign up for free to get personalized salary benchmarking […]

The Top 5 MBA Programs for getting a job in Tech

The tech industry is heating up, and MBA grads are pursuing it in record numbers. Some speculate that the more laid-back culture typical of tech firms is luring grads away from the highest paying jobs. We’ve combed through our 500,000+ data points to surface the top MBA programs for breaking into tech.   1. University […]

How much more could you make with an MBA?

If you’re thinking of a full-time MBA, chances are you’re looking to switch careers. If you’re like most people, that is – because an incredible 87% of all MBAs report switching careers by changing either their job function or industry.  Even more incredible, 7 of 10 MBAs reported successfully switching both job function and industry. […]

The Gender Gap by Industry

The gender pay gap varies widely depending on the industry and the role you decide to enter into, but apart from salary, there are a lot of other factors that go into gender equality in the workplace.

4 things to consider if you want to study abroad

In 2015, over 313,000 people studied abroad, which is roughly 1.5% of students enrolled in higher education.  So what should you consider before applying to study abroad? Where do people go, and why do they study there?

6 best browser plugins for students

Browser extensions are a great way to customize your internet experience and enhance your day-to-day life.  Extensions can save you money, keep track of time, and streamline your activities to make you more efficient.  We found some browser extensions to help you get started.

Getting a visa to study in the US

Studying in the US is a goal for many international students for research and career opportunities, either while still in America or upon returning home.

5 apps to help you save money in college

Money is always tight for college students, and it isn’t getting any easier. How can you save money?  How do you manage your money?  We found 5 free apps and services that will help you save and manage your money, with zero effort.  What could be better?