The COVID-19 State of Higher Education and the Impact of Institutional Research in 2020
It’s been eight months since COVID-19 hit higher education in the U.S. As fall semester ends, the predictions of spring and summer have a few lessons ...
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University of Maryland Global Campus seamlessly integrated the digital career counselor into their Career Services program and experienced accelerated adoption through orientations, classroom assignments and personalized career projects.
The number of unfilled cybersecurity jobs is expected to grow by 350 percent, from one million positions in 2013 to 3.5 million in 2021.