The Association of American Universities and the newest report of universities, "How does the University contribute to the Success of the Workforce: Employer's opinions about what matters most" is something of a mixed bag for education higher.

First good: Employers generally have confidence in higher education and value the university degree. They believe that a liberal education, or preparation for more than specific work, provides knowledge and skills that are important for professional success. And more and more, employers say that university graduates are more effective in explaining what they bring to the table.

Personal aptitudes and the sets of the mind also play a role in professional success, the employers say. The amplitude and depth of learning are essential for long-term performance. The completion of active and applied learning experiences at the University provides employment applicants with a clear advantage in the hiring process, as well. jQuery (Document).-Ready (function (function () var curesubmit; jQuery ('# block-block-181. popular-link'). Click (Function (), Utsubmit = jQuery (this) .Attr ("href"); ga ('send', 'event', 'in the popular article at this time', 'in the article', qualmsubmit););); .Panel-panel. Most popular margin: 1EM 0 2EM; Filling of titlePopular: 0; Bottom filling: 8px; Borders: 2px Solid # EF7521, Color: # 000; Width: 100%; Source size: 18px; Source weight: 500; TEXT PRODUCTION: TEXT. Text-Aligned: Left; lower margin: 18px; upper margin: 14PX;. Size of FontPopular-Article: 16px; Line height: 20px; Filling: 0! IMPORTANT; Lower margin: 12px; Source weight: 500; Popular-item: HoverBackground: #eee; more popular




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