CBS/Moneywatch is reporting that, according to CareerBuilder.com, almost a third of the companies they surveyed say they have increased the educational requirements of prospective employees over the past five years.
New Jersey students may soon be able to learn which college or university produces the most graduates landing in high paying jobs, under new legislation sponsored by the chairperson of the Assembly Higher Education Committee.
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