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South Central Gulf Texas HERC
South-Central-Gulf Texas (SCGTX) HERC is a non-profit consortium of colleges and universities in Southern and Central Texas. Our institutions collaborate to recruit and retain the most outstanding and diverse faculty, staff, and administrators. We also seek to assist dual-career couples with their regional job searches.
Our job search site offers:
- Simplified Job Searching
- Enhanced Dual-Career Search Options
- CV/Resume Builder
- Google Maps of the South Central Gulf Texas region
- Mobile Access
You may also go directly to member jobsites to find out more about their jobs and total compensation offerings.
To learn more about HERC or search for higher education jobs in other regions, visit www.hercjobs.org.
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Employers are seeking job candidates with good social skills, such as the ability to work on a team and communicate well with others, according to research from Harvard University. Researchers also found that those adept in social skills command a higher salary. CNNMoney (9/1)02 Sep 2015 13:01:21 CDThttp://money.cnn.com/2015/09/01/news/economy/job-search-social-skills/index.html
Professors can be successful if they treat students like adults, but they also should be sensitive and open to play in the college classroom, write Loyola University professors Christopher Schaberg and Mark Yakich. Professors should seek ways to balance their life and work and remember to take time away from their teaching and research duties, Schaberg and Yakich advise in this commentary. InsideHigherEd.com (9/2)02 Sep 2015 13:01:21 CDThttps://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2015/09/02/essay-offers-advice-how-be-good-and-effective-professor
Cheat Sheet (9/1)02 Sep 2015 13:01:21 CDThttp://www.cheatsheet.com/money-career/working-a-new-job-10-essentials-that-can-help-you-succeed.html/
The percentage of US workers who say they're worried about receiving a pay cut has decreased to roughly 20%, compared with 30% two years ago, Gallup says. About one in six workers was concerned about pay cuts from 2003 to 2008, Gallup says. The Hill (8/31)02 Sep 2015 13:01:21 CDThttp://thehill.com/policy/finance/252367-gallup-worker-fears-over-pay-cuts-decline