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Weekly Insights: Mental Health
February 24th, 2021
From college students’ mental health challenges throughout the pandemic to the Golden Globes, here are this week’s top insights.
Do Students Feel Heard on Campus?
February 24th, 2021
When students have problems or concerns, they are likelier to seek out professors than administrators and to feel faculty members listen more to their perspectives, the initial Inside Higher Ed and College Pulse Student Voice survey finds.
Weekly Insights: Student Investments
February 17th, 2021
From college students’ investments in the stock market to President Joe Biden’s approval rating, here are this week’s top insights.
One-Quarter of College Students are Dating Less During COVID-19
February 11th, 2021
Dating is never easy, and trying to stay six feet away from other humans makes it much more difficult. College students attempting to date during COVID-19 face the challenge of figuring out how to meet people and get to know them safely.
College Students Want Recruiters to Talk About Work-Life Balance
February 4th, 2021
Students preparing to enter the workforce are eager to learn about a company’s internal culture and how employees strike a balance between work and their personal lives.
7 in 10 Students Believe Colleges Can Require COVID-19 Vaccinations
January 27th, 2021
As COVID-19 vaccines become more broadly available in 2021, universities must decide on vaccine policies for college students. Despite some safety concerns, a majority of students say they’re likely to get vaccinated as soon as they can.
College Students Have Little Trust in American Democracy
January 20th, 2021
Despite the transition of power, few American college students fully trust the country’s system of government.
4 in 10 College Students Worry About Internet Access for Remote Work
January 14th, 2021
While college students say their main concern about starting a job from home would be onboarding remotely, a significant number of students would also worry about not having adequate internet access. Students rank it as the most helpful WFH benefit an employer could offer remote workers.
College Students Don’t Want to Start Work Immediately After Graduation
January 7th, 2021
Although a majority of college students hope to get job offers before leaving campus, they don’t necessarily want to start working right away.
Students With No Confidence in Economic Recovery are Changing Career Paths
January 4th, 2021
Young adults currently attending college will likely graduate into a recession, leading to fewer job opportunities and lower earnings. With unemployment in the United States at a record high this year, students who lack confidence that the economy will recover quickly are more likely to change career paths.
A Majority of College Students Will Spend More than $100 on Christmas Gifts
December 17th, 2020
Christmas may look a little different this year, but college students are still buying gifts for the people they care about — highlighting that Gen Z’s spending power shouldn’t be overlooked. A new college survey of 950 undergraduates finds that a majority (56%) of those who will buy Christmas presents this year expect to spend […]
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