Do more of what you do best -- everyday -- at school
Gallup's Polling group just put out some findings on the cost and impact that underemployment has on American's... they are less hopeful, healthy and spend less (which has an impact on the economy). While these insights are not new, what is new is now there is data that helps to support and show the impact, from a numbers standpoint, on underemployment.
For those of us who are working to help students find a "good" job... and not just work, this is a reminder of the impact a good job can make not only for the student, but even for the well-being of the economy. Helping people find good jobs is one the biggest issues facing our nation and I'm encouraged that by focusing on strengths with students we can help to reduce those students who graduate underemployed.
The clip is long, but worth your time: