hybrid advising

How to improve your career counseling


Universities are combining academic advising with career counseling to decrease student anxieties about finding desirable employment after graduation

Colleges and universities are starting a new trend as they combine academic advising with career counseling to decrease student anxieties about finding desirable employment after graduation.

A new analysis from EAB shows that for every 100 students who begin working toward a bachelor's degree, just 35 will graduate and work in a position requiring a college degree by the age of 27.

Universities want a positive reputation for delivering a good return
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  • Laura Ascione