Study finds 97% of new, high-paying jobs went to degree holders from 2010-2014

According to an article in the August 18, 2015 Education Advisory Board Daily Briefing  nearly 3 million jobs added during the economic recovery following the Great Recession are “good jobs” that pay at least $53,000 a year—and nearly all of those are going to college graduates, according to a new report from Georgetown University‘s Center on Education and the Workforce.

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Money is the Root of Most College Decisions

According to an article in the June 2, 2015, Education Advisory Board Daily Briefing , when students are asked why they decided to go to college, the overwhelming response is mostly about money. It was reported that in a recent survey, students age 16-40 were asked about their reasons for going to college. The three most common responses were:

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Onondaga Citizens League Announces 2015 Award Winners

Mike Stanton of the Preservation Association of Central New York (PACNY) will receive the Levi L. Smith Civic Education Award at the Onondaga Citizens League’s (OCL) annual luncheon meeting at Drumlins on Wednesday, June 10. PACNY is a volunteer organization that not only advocates for the preservation of various buildings, but has served to consistently educate the broader community

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2015 University College Commencement Celebration

Part-Time Graduates Honored at 2015 University College Convocation View Gallery University College of Syracuse University honored the part-time undergraduate students of the Class of 2015 at its 67th annual Convocation and Commencement Celebration held May 7 at Hendricks Chapel. Dean Bea González presided over the ceremony, which featured keynote speaker Dr.Casey Crabill, president of Onondaga Community College. The part-time

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University College of Syracuse University Announces Online Degree Program

University College of Syracuse University announces that New York State has approved two fully online, part-time bachelor’s degrees and certificates in the Bachelor of Professional Studies Program (BPS). The Creative Leadership program is geared toward individuals who are interested in professional networking, conflict resolution, and workforce management. The Knowledge Management program is well suited for those who are drawn

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