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Thomas Allison was a college freshman when the planes struck the World Trade Center. He could see the smoke all the way from his University of Connecticut campus — some 140 miles from Manhattan.
When it comes to pay equality in finance, the glass ceiling remains a ways off.
In the scramble for summer work, some students wind up working pro bono.
A Penn degree is worth the investment, according to a recent study.
Surveys show positive signs in the job market for graduating seniors.
While many symptoms of the recession have begun to improve, a Wharton study indicates that distrust in banks may be an obstacle to further recovery.
With 90 percent of its students graduating with internship experience, Penn was ranked by US News and World Report as the top university in the country at producing undergraduate interns.
With healthcare reform front and center in political discussions, an escalating number of business students across the country are looking to work in the field of health care.
A growing number of students are heading back to the classroom after graduation — not to graduate school, but to elementary, middle and high schools all across the country.
Hospitals around the country have found a new way to deal with smokers — not hiring them.
With a turnout of 97 employers, Career Services hosted its largest spring career fair to date Friday in Houston Hall.
All the world’s a stage, but it isn’t always hiring.
The skulls don’t scare College junior Cassandra Turcotte. If anything worries her, it’s the bugs.
WASHINGTON — At a school where graduates tend to flock to New York, Penn in Washington is looking to spark student interest in working in the nation’s capital.
Penn students are taking their diplomas from coast to coast.
SEPTA hopes to borrow $250 million to finance the purchase of new Regional Rail cars and the reconstruction of a Regional Rail station.
While most of her graduating class was registering for classes, Nursing freshman Sari Leventhal was registering for food stamps.
When it comes to recommendation letters for women, kind words do more harm than good.
If more money means more problems, one Wharton graduate may be in trouble.