What are the benefits of careers in higher education?

03/26/2013 | USA Today

Working in higher education can help individuals develop new skill sets and give them a chance to be part of something bigger, writes Gretchen Edwards, who accepted a position at her alma mater, Wake Forest University. "A typical university position will involve working across numerous departments with all types of people. This exposure to new situations and responsibilities will hone abilities you might not have realized you had," Edwards writes in this commentary.

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