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[email protected] briefing last week The briefing accompanied the release of a report Pathways Through Graduate School and Into Careers that surveyed graduate students universities and employers about each group’s understandings and assumptions of the process of entering the workforce "We do a very good job in America in preparing people for the kinds of jobs that do exist and will exist in the future but we do a pretty bad job at actually illuminating pathways from that great preparation to get into the careers that follow" said Debra W Stewart CGS president "On the one hand we have companies telling us ‘Where are these people We need them we need to hire them’ And on the other hand we find students telling us ‘I can’t find jobs’ Now ultimately most of these students do find jobs but we make the match very difficult" The survey in the Pathways report found that students typically receive most of their career advice from faculty advisers who in turn are more likely to recommend academic careers than careers in industry entrepreneurship the nonprofit sector or government The survey also found that employers outside of academia commonly lament the lack of "soft skills" among new hires including difficulties in communication working with people outside one’s field teamwork and project management said Patrick Osmer chair of the CGS board of directors and dean of the graduate school at Ohio State University in Columbus Universities should do a better job instilling those soft skills into their students before they graduate he said and employers should make students aware of job opportunities beyond university walls Nan Wells a self-employed government relations consultant who attended the briefing said that such efforts could indeed help jobseekers and employers connect more easily but she’s concerned about another issue too: Even if job-seeking scientists and employers find each other will their salaries be high enough to let them pay off student loans "People think ‘We can educate to this point and they’ll take care of the loans somehow’ " she said "We need the faculty engaged in [questions such as] ‘OK what are we teaching them How is this going to translate into a living’ " Facebook and Twitter are increasingly being used as sources of news according to a report from the Pew Research Center The research found that 63% of Twitter and Facebook users now use the social media sites as news sources up from around 50% in 2013 (the most recent data were collected in March 2015) Twitter and Facebook have both invested in the news aspects of their operations recently Twitter has debuted the live video-streaming app Periscope that was quickly picked up and used by journalists and Facebook has introduced a “Trending Now” sidebar that shows users what’s being discussed most and lets them sort posts by popular topics Plus Twitter is on the cusp of introducing Project Lightning a new initiative that will curate news around live events including breaking news The Pew report found that Twitter’s users follow breaking news on the site at almost double the rate that Facebook users do Twitter users also see stories about international affairs national government and politics business and sports more frequently than those on Facebook Still for most people on social media neither Facebook nor Twitter is terribly important for their news consumption Just 4% of Facebook users and 8% of Twitter users call their platform “the most important way I get news” However if Twitter and Facebook have any say in the matter those numbers might start to increase Contact us at [email protected] universities and employers currently do a poor job of helping scientific jobseekers connect with companies that are hiring, technology, Even city hall is functioning, Instead, in Mambilla when Mambilla Plateau was almost inaccessible.The Department of State Services (DSS),"Mmmm, you know, So when Katniss Everdeen joins the uprising in The Hunger Games: MockingjayPart 1.
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