Kate and Vinnie learn from Emeka Oguh of PeopleJoy that there are only three guarantees in this world: death, taxes and student loan payments, but employers can at least help their employees with the third.
The New Jersey Business & Industry Association supports legislation that would reduce the cost of obtaining a bachelor’s degree by allowing students to complete three years of study at a county college, followed by one year at a partnering four-year college or university. The legislation, A-1890/S-869 (Jimenez/Sweeney, Cunningham) permits a “3-Plus-1” bachelor’s degree program. The […]
If past patterns hold, well over half of New Jersey high school graduates who go on to college will do so in another state. The New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA) supports legislation to find out why. S-518 (Kean, R-21, Cunningham, D-31), was approved today by the Senate Higher Education Committee. “Millennials are leaving […]
If past patterns hold, well over half of New Jersey high school graduates who go on to college will do so in another state. The New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA) believes the state should try to find out why. That’s why NJBIA is supporting legislation that would survey New Jersey high school graduates […]
New Jersey has been awarded a $100,000 Lumina Foundation grant to help increase the percentage of its residents who hold college degrees or post-secondary credentials. “Labor economists say 60 percent of all jobs will require some form of high-quality post-secondary credentials by the end of this decade,” Scott Jenkins, Lumina Foundation’s state policy director, said […]