And if that isn’t enough to worry about, recent findings have uncovered that many unpaid interns’ jobs violate minimum wage laws as stipulated by the Department of Labor…
The Stanford Board of Trustees’ announcement last week of an increase in the cost of attendance for the 2010-11 academic year marks an attempt by the University to find a difficult balance between its stated revenue needs and the concerns of students and families weathering a trying economic climate.
In a special guest lecture at the Graduate School of Business (GSB) yesterday morning, Prime Minister of Lithuania Andrius Kubilius provided an overview of the Northern European country and touted its commitment to innovation and higher education, as well as its investment-friendly environment for foreign companies.
No line of work has survived the recession unaffected, even the high-paying, once-booming legal industry. However, Stanford Law School (SLS) administrators remain confident in the employment prospects for their students — who are themselves generally positive about the job market.
Stanford professors featured heavily in last week’s annual conference of the American Economic Association held in Atlanta, Georgia.