Are you looking for a career?
Watch my Career Videos which can be found in the “Success at Work” area. Employees discuss their typical day, the qualifications for a job, the best and worst parts of the job, and advice for students who may be interested in that line of work.
Already considering a specific major in college?
Do you know what careers you can get if you get a degree in that area? Learn about what you can do with degrees in various areas and what it takes to get those degrees in the “Success in School” area. There are many videos from both professors and students discussing degrees. There are also videos related to areas that don’t require a degree.
Interested in news related to success?
Look at my BLOG to read some short summaries of things in the news. Periodically, I’ll post answers to questions submitted through the “Ask Dr. Kit” area on the side of the page. Feel free to send me questions related to finding a career and getting there successfully!
February 27, 2020 - By Dr. Di
Here’s something that LinkedIn research has found: 86% of younger employees—those born between 1981 and 1996 (Millennials)—would choose a company whose values aligned with their own values instead of a company that would pay them more money. In fact, they… Read More
January 17, 2020 - By Dr. Di
Recent findings from a study conducted by the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce sound pretty important, at least on the surface: Liberal arts majors who graduated from Liberal Arts colleges had higher overall earnings (25% higher) than… Read More
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