How is it possible that both university graduates and unfilled job openings are both at record-breaking highs?
Our world has changed. New and emerging occupations in every industry now require a combination of academic knowledge and technical ability. With rising education costs, mounting student debt, fierce competition for jobs, and the oversaturation of some academic majors in the workforce, we need to once again guide students toward personality-aligned careers and not just into college.
Extensively researched, (Re)Defining the Goal deconstructs the prevalent “one-size-fits-all” education agenda. The author provides a fresh perspective and replicable strategies and outlines six proven steps to help students secure a competitive advantage in the new economy.
Gain a new paradigm and the right resources to help students avoid the pitfalls of unemployment, or underemployment, after graduation.