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Colleges and Universities See Graying Workforce Holding On to Coveted Positions Ask The Headhunter: The Only Interview Question That Really Matters Headhunter Nick Corcodilos tells employers (and potential employees) about the most important job interview question out there.
Editor's Note: The following piece comes from Global Post, which provides excellent coverage of world news - important , moving and odd . By Tom Mucha, Global Post Truth is elusive. But it's a good thing we have math. Our friends at Business Insider know this, and put those two principles to work today in this excellent and highly informative little slideshow , made even more timely by the ongoing talks in Washington, D.C . aimed at staving off a U.S. debt default.
A mind is a precious thing to waste, so why are millions of America’s students wasting theirs by going to college? All of us who have been there know an undergraduate education is primarily a four year vacation interrupted by periodic bouts of cramming or Google plagiarizing, but at least it used to serve a purpose. It weeded out underachievers and proved at a minimum that you could pass an SAT test. For those who made it to the good schools, it proved that your parents had enough money to either bribe administrators or hire SAT tutors to increase your score by 500 points.
CE: After reading your Ka-Poom Theory update outline… oh, boy. Huge project. Okay, we eat this elephant one bite at a time. I want to start by getting the chronology down. Readers may be either new and they don’t know the history or they are old farts like me who can’t remember.