n 2/06/12, Dave wrote:
> Increase in Student Services. I think the increase is from
> more schools recognizing the importance of school services.
> These are schools that before had a token counselor, and are
> increasing the size of their counseling department. This
> increased need is largely in the form of college advising.
> Historically, students went to a local university after high
> school for their bachelors, and the to the West (UK, USA, etc)
> for their Masters (MBA). What were seeing is a significant
> increase in students wanting to go abroad for their bachelors.
> Its easier to think of the increase in school counselors less
> in the traditional mental health model, and more as a career
> advisor/life coach approach.
> On 2/06/12, D Thomas wrote:
>> So whats with the counseling positions at top tier schools
>> this year? Some even had multiple openings at the same
>> school. And it seemed like a lot newbies just walked into
>> top schools this year. Not that I'm jealous (much).