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Parents get expert advice on their teen’s college and career readiness in an interview with Career Key published March 30 on the Psychology Today Parenting Blog.
Behavioral, education and career skills are often overlooked in college and career readiness programs because of their singular focus on academics and testing.
Research and new reports show student success is tied less to picking a high salary “in demand” major, but more to the match between students’ personality and the major.
High school students and prospective college students are encouraged to explore their interests to help make college major choices now.
CDI Recognizes Distinctive Career Services Founder With TORI Awards for Information Technology, Executive, and Healthcare/Medical Resumes Sanbornville, NH (PRWEB)
Career Key announces a new licensing partnership with global power leader Cummins, Inc. in Turkey.
Distinctive Career Services Founder Recognized for Her Resume Writing Prowess for Executives, Technology, Finance, and Healthcare Somersworth, NH (PRWEB) September
Career Key today announced that Fanshawe College, one of the largest colleges of applied art and technology in Ontario, now uses The Career Key test to match prospective students to Fanshawe programs
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