Everest News Stories
This is the place to get the latest Everest news and events.
Do you believe the drug companies are covering up a cure for cancer? That vaccines cause autism? That cell phone radiation causes brain tumors?
If so, you’re not alone.
Lack of sleep can cause brain damage…and auto accidents. High blood pressure is deadlier for women than men. Shingles in people under 40 can lead to stroke. These and other news from the world of health and medicine in this week’s Medical News Notes.
Soft skills may make the difference in getting the job you want or coming in second place. Learn more. Contact Everest today.
There seems to be a growing trend among employers. When evaluating potential hires, they’re considering job skills more than education
A bachelor’s degree can be a great investment — for some people. For others, career training or a two-year associate degree can yield better returns, according to a recent study.
Community college students frequently have problems with the number of choices they have to make and the requirements they have to meet, according to new research from the Community College Research Center at Columbia University. These problems often lead students to quit college altogether, the report notes.
Getting a two-year associate degree — or even a one-year diploma — in a technical or specialty field can be more valuable than a four-year bachelor’s degree in a more generalized subject. This finding comes from a new report by CollegeMeasures.org and the American Institute for Research.
To be a valued employee, you must be able to function as part of a team. If you lack “soft skills,” your long-term employee prospects may be limited.
In a recent survey of high school students, most ranked health care or IT as the industry in which they’d most like to work after graduation.
Everest understands the importance of career support, which is why it has job search preparation and job placement services at all of its campuses.