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Career Guidance Assessment Tool: An Aid to Career Counseling Services, Not a Replacement

These days there is widespread concern about advancements in intelligence technology taking over jobs. Unfortunately, our world of work is not immune to that fear. Academic and career counselors...

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Alex Mangialardi Jun 04, 2019

Client Spotlight: Seattle Pacific University

The PathwayU Client Spotlight Series gives us a glimpse into innovative ways our clients use the PathwayU platform across their campuses. It also allows us to reflect on the numerous ways PathwayU...

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Amy Huber, Science and Operations Lead May 30, 2019

Personal Strengths Exercise: You at Your Best

A key way to get more out of your job is to understand and consistently use your personal strengths.  One informal strategy for assessing your personal strengths is to think carefully about a...

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Bryan Dik, Ph.D. Chief Science Officer May 28, 2019

Higher Education Predictive Analytics: The Future in the Digital Age

By now, most individuals have at least heard the terms predictive analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning – but what exactly are these things and how do they affect us? More...

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Amy Huber, Science and Operations Lead May 22, 2019

Career Assessment Tests: Which to offer students for career decisions?

Career assessment tests play a critical role in helping students and individuals make crucial career choices, such as: What should I major in? What type of work am I suited to do? What...

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Kurt Kraiger, Ph.D. Principal Psychologist May 21, 2019

Has finding a purpose become a cliché?

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Purpose carries a strong definition that often gets watered down. Everyone wants to know their purpose and ways to find it. Being a sophomore in...

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Kyra Harmston May 07, 2019

Means to Live, But No Meaning to Live For: How to Find Meaning in Work

A book you’ve read at least once in your life – and need to read again – is Victor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning.  Frankl describes his time in a World War II Nazi death camp, and how, while...

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Kurt Kraiger, Ph.D. Principal Psychologist May 01, 2019

College Raptor: How to Discover Your Personalized College Matches

There are over 4,000 colleges in the US, and it’s your job to pick just one of them to attend. Some have recognizable names, others specialize in certain majors. Some are nearby, others far away...

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Allison Wignall, College Raptor Editor Apr 30, 2019

Finding Academic Success Inside and Outside of Class

School can be challenging – sometimes the classes are difficult but sometimes even showing up to class is difficult – and the success of other students can appear to be effortless. The key to...

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Colin Willis Apr 25, 2019

Get Ahead and Set SMARTER Goals for Work and Life

Are your goals working for you?

Goals are a powerful influence on behavior; they help us organize our activity and pursue a particular target (like getting a degree, getting a job, or achieving a...

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Bryan Dik, Ph.D. Chief Science Officer Apr 23, 2019

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