March 20, 2013
In Survey, Professors See a Lack of Professionalism Among Students
In a recent survey of college and university professors, more than one-third (38.3 percent) said they felt that fewer than half of their upper-level students exhibited qualities associated with being professional in the workplace, and nearly as many (37.5 percent) reported a decrease over the past five years in the percentage of students demonstrating professionalism.
The survey was conducted by the Center for Professional Excellence at York College of Pennsylvania, which over the
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