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When I have been asked to comment on the impact of Boomers on the college labor market, I usually say that we will be able to contend with the first round of boomer retirements (there will be some disruption in Continue reading
The panel, appointed by Congress to ferret out the evil doers in the financial collapse of 2008, have finally finished their report finding enough blame to spread around on nearly everyone. If the 5 million books already written on the Continue reading
While Mark Taylor’s Crisis on Campus was seen as a sucker punch to the entrenched higher education establishment, two recent quick jabs to the jaw of higher education have them again reeling and circling the wagons. CNN’s rather scathing report Continue reading
Here we go again! After several very positive months the job market seems to have gone in the dumps again with the private sector adding only 36,000 jobs in January. But, the unemployment rate also dropped sharply. Have the rails Continue reading