Is it time to kill off career services at colleges?

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Thursday, May 16, 2013

This year's crop of college graduates is walking across the stage and into a still-tough job market, and Andy Chan, vice president of personal and career development at Wake Forest University, says many of them haven't been well-served by traditional career counseling.

Chan is co-editor of a new paper calling on colleges and universities to fundamentally transform how they prepare students for life and work, and he spoke with me about what needs to change at campuses around the country.

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