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FORTUNE -- It's no surprise that demand for leaders with sophisticated tech know-how keeps soaring, but a new study says demand is on the rise for other skills as well. Ready for some good news about the executive job market? The economic and political uncertainty that weighed down hiring in 2012 is letting up, according to Brian Sullivan, CEO of global headhunting firm CTPartners (formerly Christian & Timbers). "With the U.S. presidential election behind us and signs of an improving economy, CEOs now have more clarity, if not exactly enthusiasm" for the year ahead, Sullivan says.
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Graduate from Harvard, and Aunt Bessie will be impressed. Graduate from Loma Linda University, and you'll get a better-paying job. According to PayScale, which tracks college graduates' starting median salaries, the latest crop of Harvard grads will earn $54,100; those from Loma Linda, $64,600.
Harvard's tuition and fees are $40,866; Loma Linda's $29,096.
Asked by ABC News to look for colleges whose new graduates earn more than Harvard's, PayScale came up with a surprising list of 12 schools. Forget Princeton. Forget Yale. Tell your son or daughter to throw away the leather elbow-patches and to forget the ivy. What they want is a nice maritime academy or school of mines.
Over the past four decades, the Hispanic portion of U.S. college enrollment has steadily increased, and for the first time ever, Hispanics are the largest minority group on college campuses, a new report indicates.
In Southern Nevada, institutions are executing plans to boost Hispanic enrollment and increase support services for minority students. Not only are the initiatives important to address the shifting demographics of Nevada’s schools, but they also could lead to one or more of the local colleges receiving federal Hispanic Serving Institution status, which can open doors to more funding.
According to a Pew Research Center report released in August, the number of 18- to 24-year-old Hispanics enrolled in college in the United States exceeded 2 million and reached a record 16.5 percent of all U.S. college enrollments in 2011. In 1972, the Hispanic share of U.S. college enrollments was 2.9 percent.
According to the National Association of Manufacturers, about a third of all manufacturing workers today are women. But manufacturing is rapidly being transformed from a labor-intensive field to a high-tech one. The change, and a nascent pick up in domestic manufacturing, has created thousands of factory jobs nationwide that, experts say, more women are starting to seek out.
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