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4 Ways to Recruit the Now Generation and the Next Generation

Watch out, Gen Xers — according to the Pew Research Center, Millennials have gained the majority and now comprise the largest generation in the U.S. workforce. Clearly, companies competing for top talent are already tapping into this labor pool in order to meet their recruiting needs. It’s time to evaluate what’s working in Millennial talent acquisition and strategize for post-Millennial…

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How to Build a Talent Pipeline to Keep Your Company Moving Forward

  With unemployment at a historic low, even successful companies in thriving industries are struggling to find employees. Compounding this issue, Americans today are less willing to move for new jobs than they were in the past. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the national “mover rate” hit a record low of 11.6 percent in 2011 and…

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Where’s the Talent? Employers and Communities Need More than Passion

Rich Feller, Ph.D, Colorado State University August 9, 2018 | U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation What do you love to do? It’s a question that drives career planning nationwide. That seemingly harmless probe is the assumption behind interest-only assessments, which have historically dominated career guidance efforts. However, these assessments are failing employers and students. Too…

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GSBA Panel Discussion

This Friday, 12/4, at 11:15a our CEO Philip Hardin along with Randall Redding of R. K. Redding Construction, Inc., Senator Lindsey Tippins and Dr. Gene Bottoms of Southern Regional Education Board will be on a panel at the ‪#‎GRBA‬ conference in Atlanta. Topic will be ‘Helping Students Reveal Their Paths to Success’. If you’re at…

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Workforce Development at Heart of Labor Day

For Immediate Release Rob Kremer, CO&P Integrated Marketing (404) 218-3077 or rkremer@co-p.com Workforce Development at the Heart of Labor Day: YouScience Directs Young Adults for Post-Secondary and Career Success YouScience platform revolutionizes the career decision making process for young adults ages 16-26 and streamlines the workforce supply chain ATLANTA (Aug. 31, 2015) – YouScience would…

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Finding Your Passion Changes Everything

“Finding a purpose in the work we do or the way we spend our time, which resonates deeply with who we think we are, is an essential part of knowing who we are.” That dynamic quote by Sir Ken Robinson, one of England’s foremost education experts, opens this short, animated interpretation of one of his…

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In Search Of The Life Purpose Algorithm

By Henry Doss Continued from “How Innovation Can Lead to Life Purpose” Our remedies oft in ourselves do lie.   Shakespeare, All’s Well That Ends Well This interview is the second in a two-part series withPhilip Hardin, CEO of YouScience.  In our firstconversation, we talked at length about the science and epistemology of the YouScience approach to supporting inquiry…

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How Innovation Can Lead To Life Purpose

Well, who are you? (Who are you? Who, who, who, who?) I really wanna know (Who are you? Who, who, who, who?) Tell me, who are you? (Who are you? Who, who, who, who?) ‘Cause I really wanna know (Who are you? Who, who, who, who?) –The Who:  “Who Are You?” If there is anything…

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College Cures Reviews the College Success Profile

The guys over at College Cures reviewed the YouScience College Success Profile. What did they think? “Overall, it is tough to find a more comprehensive and thorough analysis that will help steer you in the right direction. If you are unsure of which road to take on your educational journey, stop wasting time and money…

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What is Sequential Reasoning (and Why does it Matter)?

Sequential reasoning refers to a person’s ability to mentally process and organize information. A person with high sequential reasoning skills is able to automatically shuffle and organize large amounts of information. Because these people can logically add, sort, store and retrieve information easily, they often don’t feel the need to write down ideas or have…

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