Is it more prestigious to graduate from university than from college?
I don't think so, but then again, I am at a college. Honestly, I think it helps to get hired if you are from a University, but in the end is anyone going to ask you, "hey are you from a university? Oh you're not? yeah, I can't talk to you." haha. I think going to college, no matter where that may be is quite an accomplishment.
University is much better compared to College, so it speaks well if you are from University...
I have my undergrad degree from a college and my masters from a university, no one has ever, employers anyway, asked me and most just care if you can do the job when hired anyway.
by Brenda Durham 10 years ago
Today is mine and hubby's 10th anniversary, and I got-------Ferrero Rocher chocolates!My favorite.I shall be fatter and happy. haha
by Sophia Angelique 9 years ago
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by MrAungst 8 years ago
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by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
obtaining employment for a recent college graduate? Many job counselors indicate that it takes AT LEAST SIX MONTHS between graduating from college and finding a reasonable job. Many recent college graduates want to rest before pursuing any type of employment. Others want to...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 7 years ago
Professional School And Obtaining A Good Entrance Level PositionI was having a conversation with a friend last night and she portended that graduating from a top tier college and/or university looks more attractive, positive, and prestigious to many employers than graduating from a second and/or...
by Rakim Cheeks 4 years ago
Why is it hard for college students to find a job after they graduate?
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