Quick and Quintessential Career & Job Tips
Job-hunting tips from the August 13, 2001 issue of QuintZine.
Tim Nourse, employment consultant for Epilepsy Toronto has this important advice for differently-abled students entering college: “I have worked for many years with persons with disabilities interested in obtaining a post-secondary education. I can’t stress enough the importance of linking up with the Special Needs/Office for Persons with Disabilities folks at the college or university, once a letter of admission has been granted. This is a good idea whether the student feels they will need support or accommodation or not.”
The Summer 2001 issue of NACE’s Salary Survey shows that starting salary offers to many new college graduates increased over last year. For example, the average salary offer to economics/finance grads was $40,577, up 8.2 percent since July 2000. Read NACE’s full press release with salary information about specific professions.
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