SCOTUS Ruling in Affirmative Action Case, Dr. Kat Talks Technology, New Study Reveals Benefits of College Degrees in Future Job Market
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Check out some of the biggest stories in higher education from this past week:
The Supreme Court ruled this week in the Fisher v. UT-Austin affirmative action case, sending the case back to lower courts to be reevaluated. This week's ruling won't have a significant impact on college admissions.
With new advances in office technology, it's important for companies to stay ahead of the curve. Dr. Kat talked to Forbes this week about what technologies IvyWise uses to best serve our students.
A new study released this week found that the US will add 55 million jobs by 2020, with a majority of those positions requiring a college degree. Need more of a reason to go to college? The study also found that college degree holders earn 84% more over their lifetime than those with only a high school diploma.
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What do you think of the Supreme Courts ruling in Fusher v. UT-Austin? How do you think companies can better use technology to improve customer service and efficiency? Tell us in the comments below!