Infographic: Why Did We Start Education at Work?

Apr 12, 2013 by     1 Comment     Posted under: Economics, Educational
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  • The Education at Work Marketing Team had a great experience working with Killer Infographics on our design and research! They were flexible with our edits during the back and forth and provided a great final product at a fair price. We would highly recommend working with them!

    About Us:

    Education at Work is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing staff augmentation services for call center and back office operations of leading companies, delivered exclusively in the U.S. Education at Work employs an agent workforce that is made up entirely of college students?actively pursuing their degrees.

    Education at Work’s clients enjoy access to a high quality?domestic U.S. service environment, pricing that is competitive with offshore markets enabling them to repatriate American jobs, and a student population that can be a future talent pipeline?for their firm. College students who work for Education at Work enjoy competitive base wages?plus a tuition assistance program that pays up to $6,000/year, based on work and academic performance. Students can graduate virtually debt-free through Education at Work with?fundamental skills that better prepare them for success in the 21st century job market.

    For more information, please visit http://www.education-at-work.org, or subscribe to the Education at Work blog:http://blog.education-at-work.org. You can also find EAW on Facebook and LinkedIn.

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