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Change For The Singapore Tiger, Singapore Management University Oct 2012

Change For The Singapore Tiger, Singapore Management University

Perspectives@SMU

Singapore, dubbed one of Asian’s economic tigers, has enjoyed much progress in less than a century. While it was recently declared the world’s richest country, the voices of its citizens, to relook the future of the country has never been louder since its post-independence years. The dialogue session held in August 2012, was organised by the government’s feedback unit, REACH, and SMU’s student political association "Apolitical" to gather views from young Singaporeans on Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s National Day Rally speech.


The Office Of Career Services & Internships, Michael Gaskins, Shannon Seaver Apr 2012

The Office Of Career Services & Internships, Michael Gaskins, Shannon Seaver

Office of Community Partnerships Posters

The Office of Career Services and Internships at UMass Boston serves as the conduit for employers and students. We connect students to the type of experience necessary to be build their skills, focus on career paths, and become more competitive in the job market. Many of our services and events are open to the general public and our community patterns partners in the Harbor Point and Boston neighborhoods.


So, You Want To Be A Southeastern Librarian? Entry-Level Academic Library Job Trends In The Southeast, Robert Detmering, Claudene Sproles Apr 2012

So, You Want To Be A Southeastern Librarian? Entry-Level Academic Library Job Trends In The Southeast, Robert Detmering, Claudene Sproles

The Southeastern Librarian

While it is no secret that looking for one’s first job as a librarian can be difficult, especially in the current economic climate, the process can be even more challenging when one’s search must take place within a particular geographic area or region. For a variety of reasons, including financial constraints and family obligations, many entry-level candidates are not in a position to move to any part of the country and start their new lives as professional librarians. The need to focus a job search on a specific region, however, necessarily limits the number of available jobs. Developing ...