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What’s the Hidden Job Market?

Hidden Job Market

I think we should have a contest for the job search term most likely to terrify new job seekers, and I think the winner would be “Hidden Job Market.” Say these words to a new college graduate or high school student looking for his/her first summer job, and watch their eyes widen in horror. “You’re

What Do Pharmacy Technicians Do?


Pharmacy technicians prepare the prescription medications that are dispensed to patients after pharmacist review. The job involves measuring, mixing, counting out, labeling, and recording amounts and dosages according to prescription orders. The medications could be the pills pharmaceutical companies supply to pharmacies, or they could be medications that the pharmacy technician prepares – that’s called

What Can I do with a Degree in Logistics?


You order something online. As you wait for the product, you can track it from warehouse to a distribution center, maybe by truck or train, to shipment to another distribution center, to placement on a local delivery truck, right to your doorstep. How does that happen? Logistics is the invisible process that make it all

How to Prepare for College Final Exams


Final exams are just around the corner, and whether this is your first semester or you are a seasoned pro, college finals can be the most challenging time of the semester. This means managing your time, using effective study strategies, and handling stress by taking care of yourself is on the agenda. Managing your time:

What is a Cybersecurity Degree?


Cybersecurity is the study of securing computer networks, keeping up with government regulations regarding privacy, and helping to prevent the hacking attacks that you hear about regularly – think Target, Anthem, even Gmail. What will I learn with a degree in Cybersecurity? First, you will gain an understanding of computer networks from a hands-on perspective.

Learn How to Weld on State-of-the-Art Equipment


It’s amazing how some extra space in a new building can improve an already high-quality program that helps students be job-ready in a field desperate for skilled workers. That’s the case for the Welding Technology Program that moved into new space in January 2015 in Little Bear Peak on the Larimer Campus. Jason Walsh, program

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