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US / Historians / Jobs Rose Last Year

The number of academic-job openings in history increased by 18 percent in 2011-12, but the competition for such positions is steep as the number of new Ph.D. recipients continues to outstrip the number of available jobs, according to a new report by the American Historical Association. The report was published on Wednesday in the association’s … Continue reading

History Degree | Employability : History students consider that degree provides important transferable skills

In his report International Students in History: A Comparative Study of First-Year Transition, 2009-2010, M.H.Beals surveys students on the impact of their higher education in History on their employability. Students were asked about whether or not their history degree would help them to get a job after graduation, either indirectly or directly. The Indirect Value of a … Continue reading

Egypt’s unemployment rate rises to 12.4% | Egypt Independent

Egypt’s fourth quarter unemployment rate rose by two percentage points from the previous quarter, the government’s statistics office said on its website on Saturday. Unemployment, one of the key triggers of the mass demonstrations that toppled Hosni Mubarak, rose to 12.4 percent in the fourth quarter of 2011, compared to 8.9 percent in the fourth quarter … Continue reading

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