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New College Programs Nationwide Prove Reports of Manufacturing’s Demise Are Greatly Exaggerated

Posted by Brian Sorenson on July 13, 2017

Topics: Trends in Higher Education, Employee Training, Recruiting Talent

Think manufacturing is dead? The growing number of new manufacturing degree programs nationwide says otherwise. As we’ve seen, in many cases manufacturing hasn’t left so much as it has evolved. Now, higher education institutions are giving students an education that employers say they’ll need to handle modern manufacturing demands, demands that have lead to thousands of unfilled positions nationwide.

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Career Schools Prosper in Connecticut

Posted by Brian Sorenson on May 31, 2017

Topics: Employee Training, Trends in Higher Education, Workforce Development, Adult Learning

The importance of obtaining a higher education can’t be overstated. Beyond being personally enriching, the pursuit of a higher education degree or credential can open doorways to rewarding careers—doorways that otherwise would have been inaccessible. 

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Factory Jobs, Too, Increasingly Requiring a College Education

Posted by Brian Sorenson on January 31, 2017

Topics: Employee Training, Partnerships, Workforce Development, Trends in Higher Education

“There are no jobs for high school graduates at Siemens today.”

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Removing the Obstacles to Employee Engagement

Posted by Lynn Schroeder on July 20, 2016

Topics: Trends in Higher Education

In recent years, a great deal of attention has been paid to benefits of employee engagement. Engaged employees are more productive, have better morale, and are less likely to take unscheduled time off. A variety of articles have been written on how to engage employees effectively.

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