I’ve contributed this post to Ron Culp’s excellent Culpwrit blog. In it I address two paradoxes that have been puzzling me all year: how come graduate prospects appear so good in spite of the credit crunch; and why do employers rate our students even more highly than we do? Please join the conversation at Culpwrit if you’ve any thoughts to add to this.
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