Career Climbers

Thank-You Notes Can Tip Scale In Job Candidates’ Favor, Yet Few Write Them

Career Climbers / 21st November 2017

With the rise of flextime, casual dress codes and work-from-anywhere technology, most businesses are not nearly as traditional as they used to be. Yet the thank-you note remains a job-search...

Boardroom Diversity Critical Issue for Institutional Investors

Career Climbers / 15th November 2017

New research1 from Green Park reveals institutional investors believe that by 2022 the ethnic composition of company boards will be an important consideration when determining investment strategy.  More than half...

Bentley Hosts Event on the Future of Work and How Colleges and Employers Can Partner to Prepare Students for Careers in the Innovation Economy

Career Climbers / 13th November 2017

More than 90 percent of students say they go to college to improve their job prospects. But the skills that employers want don’t always match the skills that students are learning...

CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™ Signatories Gather to Take Actionable Steps Toward Advancing Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

Career Climbers / 10th November 2017

Today, 70 leading corporate and academic signatories of the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™ (CEO Action) convened for an inaugural closed-door discussion. The session was designed for CEOs to identify short and...

California Legislators Make Cybersecurity Education a Top Priority

Career Climbers / 8th November 2017

No matter how you count, there’s a major shortage of cybersecurity workers in California. There are some 40,000 unfilled positions across the state, and that number is growing every day. California’s higher...

New Research: More than Half of College Students Prefer Classes That Use Digital Learning Technology

Career Climbers / 2nd November 2017

Learning science company McGraw-Hill Education today announced the results of its fourth annual Digital Study Trends Survey, offering fresh insights into college students’ preferences and habits for using technology in...

Gender-Based Double Standards Persist Even In A Performance Driven Industry, According To New Research From Columbia Business School

Career Climbers / 26th October 2017

Many people argue that women are held to unfairly high standards and must outperform men with similar qualifications to receive equal evaluations. New research coming from Columbia Business School and Yale School...

Discontent in the Boardroom Reaches All-Time High, According to PwC’s 2017 Annual Corporate Directors Survey

Career Climbers / 18th October 2017

Almost half (46 percent) of public company directors say a colleague needs to be replaced, according to PwC’s 2017 Annual Corporate Directors Survey. The report compiles insights from 884 board...

2017 Executive MBA Council Survey Results Show Graduates are More Desirable as Rapid Changes to Industries and Globalization Increase

Career Climbers / 11th October 2017

This week the Executive MBA Council (EMBAC) announced the results of the 2017 EMBAC Membership Program Survey, which revealed more students are applying for Executive MBA (EMBA) programs to augment their skills...

Women in Tech Week Launches in New York City

Career Climbers / 10th October 2017

It’s time to celebrate women in technology, and encourage women to pursue technology careers. This week, CommonBond, a financial technology company that helps students, graduates and employees pay for higher...

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