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InPlace CEO featured in eCampus news ‘Work placement and IT support are critical for U.S. universities’

In the U.S. today, 40 percent of college graduates are taking positions that don’t require a degree after graduation, and 20 percent of those students continue to struggle with underemployment a decade later.

QuantumIT CEO Guthrie White is featured in an article published in the international ecampus news speaking on the challenges in the Higher Education industry and employability. 

In the U.S. today, 40 percent of college graduates are taking positions that don’t require a degree after graduation, and 20 percent of those students continue to struggle with underemployment a decade later.

Research firm Gartner notes that the future of work includes shifts that will require universities to move toward lifelong learning models if they want to be competitive and flourish.

Many universities across the globe are making major strides in evolving higher education to better integrate hands-on work experience.

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