The contemporary job market is in an exciting phase. In addition to a relatively low unemployment rate, a 2018 Gallup Poll reported that more than half of American employees are in the process of looking for a new job. Human resource (HR) professionals must be equipped to keep up with this demand, as well as other business initiatives.
Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation. Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved, but whoever does not believe will be condemned. (Mark 16:15-16)
As Christians, we are called to spread the word of God – even at work.
According to a recent report by the Center for Creative Leadership, a universal leadership gap exists. Companies are experiencing shortfalls in leaders who can manage change, employee development and motivation, and translate vision into realistic business strategies and long-term objectives.
As a non-traditional student, you bring a wealth of experiences and relationships to your online program. These experiences and relationships, coupled with your desire to immediately apply what you’ve learned to your career, are key predictors that you will succeed as an online student at Spring Arbor University.
Put yourself in an employer’s shoes. It’s a rough economy. There are a lot of qualified people looking for jobs. In short, it’s a hiring manager’s market. If two resumes were to come across your desk – one touting a Bachelor’s degree, the other a Master’s, which candidate would you put at the top of your pile?
Turn on any news channel. Open any newspaper. It’s easy to come to the conclusion that the business world is being led by individuals who have lost their moral compass.