Workforce Institute - Aligning Your Career with the New Normal

It goes without saying that there’s been plenty of “bad” associated with the pandemic. And it’s safe to say that we’d all like to see more normal in our personal and professional lives. But maybe a complete return to the past isn’t necessary.
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Dice Insights - How 3 Tech Students Are Navigating COVID-19 Disruptions

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended life for tech students in 2020, bringing changes in how they learn. In parts of the United States, some students are resuming some forms of in-person learning, while others are engaging in a mix of online and classroom studies. For many students, an abrupt pause in on-site learning brings challenges for collaboration—challenges that technology is attempting to solve.
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The Education Magazine - DeVry University: Building a Strong Foundation in Business Principles

Healthcare is one of the most important industries in our society, a pathway to good health and well-being for people of all ages. With the current pandemic, the significance of healthcare systems and healthcare professionals has come to the forefront since the outbreak of the coronavirus, with healthcare workers charged with saving lives daily. The healthcare management field needs professionals to help improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare, and as healthcare continues to evolve, more opportunities will become available. DeVry University offers a variety of options in the healthcare management area, including degrees, certificate programs, and specializations.
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Cleveland Magazine College 101 edition - Mastering Online Education

Lynn Burks, Ph.D., dean of faculty at DeVry University, shared tips on how to master online learning with the Cleveland Magazine to help students navigate a virtual learning environment. 
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KTVU San Francisco - Workforce expert discuss morale tips while working from home

Millions of workers are either losing or worried about losing their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic: KTVU's Gasia Mikaelian talks with a workforce expert about a new study that sheds light on what companies can do to reassure workers, and what workers can do to feel less "disposable."
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TecHR Series - DeVry University Launches Two New Certificate Programs to Help Students Earn Work-Ready Skills

In a time of economic crisis and uncertainty during the global pandemic, many working professionals are adapting to new ways of doing business and recognizing the need to upskill or reskill to sustain their careers. While 11 percent of Americans have canceled their plans for obtaining a higher education because of COVID-19, a recent survey shows that those looking to pursue educational opportunities through fall 2020 found “their interests are divided evenly among reskilling, upskilling, and pursuing personal interests.”
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Chicago Business Journal: DeVry University launches two new technology certificate programs

Devry University is launching two new technology certificate programs aimed at helping working professionals update their skills to adapt to new ways of doing business during the current Covid-19 pandemic.

 
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Workforce Institute - The Five Components of Career Durability

A new DeVry University study conducted for Labor Day found that at a time when American workers should feel recognized and celebrated, more than a third felt their employers could take or leave them.
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Carrier Management - Many Workers Feel Undervalued and ‘Disposable’

Many American workers feel undervalued and believe their employer sees them as “disposable,” according to a new survey by DeVry University.
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FOX News - LABOR DAY ALERT: AMERICAN WORKERS FEEL DISPOSABLE

This Labor Day, when American workers should be feeling recognized and celebrated, nearly one in four employed Americans (24 percent) believe that American workers are not valued, according to a survey by DeVry University.
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