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To keep a curriculum vitae short, avoid cliched phrases such as "go-getter" and offer details for only the past 10 years of experience, recruiter Andrew Fennell suggests. "If you are applying for a broad range of roles, then it's OK to have more than one CV, with each tailored towards a particular niche in your industry," Fennell advises. The Guardian (London) (7/6)06 Jul 2015 12:24:21 CDThttp://www.theguardian.com/careers/2015/jul/06/how-to-keep-your-cv-to-two-pages
Lexington Herald-Leader (Ky.) (7/6)06 Jul 2015 12:24:21 CDThttp://www.kentucky.com/2015/07/05/3931719/career-coach-reassessing-your.html
Faculty unions at public colleges and universities could be affected by an upcoming ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court. The court has agreed to hear a case that would make union dues optional for public employees. Currently, union members are required to pay what's called "fair share" of union costs for collective bargaining agreements. InsideHigherEd.com (7/1)06 Jul 2015 12:24:21 CDThttps://www.insidehighered.com/news/2015/07/01/supreme-court-takes-case-could-threaten-financing-most-faculty-unions
The majority of college students -- 70% -- worry about money issues including student debt, according to new research by Ohio State University. The survey also found that 64% of students polled borrowed money to go to college, however 67% were optimistic that their college education would pay off in the end. International Business Times (7/1)06 Jul 2015 12:24:21 CDThttp://www.ibtimes.com/70-us-college-students-worry-about-money-issues-study-1991544