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HootSuite University for Higher Education
HootSuite University for Higher Education
HootSuite University for Higher Education
HootSuite University for Higher Education
HootSuite University for Higher Education
HootSuite University for Higher Education
HootSuite University for Higher Education
HootSuite University for Higher Education
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HootSuite University for Higher Education

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Are schools properly preparing the next generation of professionals to enter and thrive in the modern workforce? Not enough, says Kirsten Bailey, Director of HootSuite University. At this year's …

Are schools properly preparing the next generation of professionals to enter and thrive in the modern workforce? Not enough, says Kirsten Bailey, Director of HootSuite University. At this year's Direct/Interactive Marketing Research Summit 2012, Kirsten will be speaking on how to effectively teach social media in our ever-changing world of social and online communication.

For more information on HootSuite University visit learn.hootsuite.com
To learn more about our Higher Education program visit library.hootsuite.com/forms/higher-education.

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  • The supply of qualified social media professionals was not meeting the increasing industry demandUS unemployment = 8%Job postings for social media increased 87% over the last year79% of companies either use or plan to use social mediaOnly 12% feel they use it effectivelyLess than ¼ use analytic toolshttp://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20121005165208-2967511-back-to-school-why-social-media-should-be-on-the-university-curriculum
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