No one can predict the future, but it’s so fun to try! An annual rite of passage in Silicon Valley is taking the last week of December to post predictions for the coming year. These observations are often directionally informative and highlight the patterns the smartest folks are paying attention to. Below
Sam Huleatt, IntelliGrad For our parents’ generation, the traditional employment model consisted of being hired by a company and staying put for a good portion
Part I of II Sam Huleatt, IntelliGrad.com In recent years colleges have spent thousands of dollars on job listing websites such as erecruiting.com and Monstertrak.com.
Part II of II Sam Huleatt, IntelliGrad.com So, how can a school help its new graduates and young alumni get jobs, if subscribing to most
Sam Huleatt, IntelliGrad.com Despite rapid advances in online social networking, higher education continues to view online networks more as a threat than as an opportunity.
Offline social networks have existed for years in one form or another (Church and Rotary are classic example). One of the many excuses used by