Lael Caesar

is an associate editor of Adventist Review.

Does God Have A Word For Me?

If you need a pickup—not a truck, but a lift—try Enterprise. The 1,855,000 members of the class of 20151 need a pickup, and Enterprise hires more entry-level college graduates than any other company in the United States. But Marie Artim, the company’s vice president of talent acquisition, has been wondering why so many aren’t prepared for the world of work. Part of the answer, she thinks, is that they have been too “syllabused.”

Too often, in college, “decisions were made for them.”2 Whatever the full reason, Jeffrey J. Selingo notes in his piece on new graduates’ lack of job skills, bosses know that …

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