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The Michigan Higher Education Recruitment Consortium provides the largest higher education job board in Michigan, listing all open faculty, staff, and executive positions at 27 Michigan community colleges, 4-year colleges, universities and afiliated teaching hospitals, and research labs and institutes.
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Our institutions are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the recruitment process and providing a work environment sensitive to work/life balance. We also understand that employment decisions often involve two careers and offer state of the art dual career search technology.
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Students earning an MBA online can find mentors by taking the initiative, asking admissions officials for contacts and not hesitating to reach out to faculty and alumni, some experts say. Also, students should take advantage of any on-campus meet-and-greets or residencies sponsored by the school to meet mentors, experts advise. U.S. News & World Report (5/5)06 May 2015 12:31:51 CDThttp://www.usnews.com/education/online-education/articles/2015/05/05/how-to-find-a-mentor-as-an-online-mba-student
Recent college graduates should have a business card to share with prospective employers, career blogger Kim Thompson suggests in this post. The card should include information such as college major, contact information, personal website and LinkedIn address, she recommends. San Francisco Chronicle (free content) (5/5)06 May 2015 12:31:51 CDThttp://blog.sfgate.com/gettowork/2015/05/05/recent-college-grads-can-benefit-from-having-business-card-to-exchange/
CIO.com (5/5)06 May 2015 12:31:51 CDThttp://www.cio.com/article/2918577/careers-staffing/7-tips-for-writing-an-effective-cover-letter.html
Women are less likely than men to say they'd change jobs or decline a promotion to achieve better work-life balance, the 2015 EY Global Generations survey found. That could indicate an evolution in gender roles, but it might also suggest that women don't think they'll get as many opportunities for advancement. "[S]ome women may feel that they can't say 'no' because they may never be offered that opportunity again," said Karyn Twaronite of Ernst & Young. Fortune (5/5)06 May 2015 12:31:51 CDThttp://fortune.com/2015/05/05/men-women-sacrifice-balance/