How do recent college graduates’ research skills measure up in the workplace?

College graduates might be quite digital savvy, but many employers are finding that recent graduates lack “old-school” research skills.  Here is an article about Project Information Literacy’s (PIL’s) latest study, “Learning Curve: How College Students Solve Information Problems Once They Join the Workplace” that was recently published in The Seattle Times.

Op-ed: Old-school job skills you won’t find on Google by Alison J. Head

Project Information Literacy (PIL) is a public benefit nonprofit dedicated to conducting ongoing, large-scale research about early adults and their research habits. They are currently collecting data from early adults enrolled in community colleges and public and private colleges and universities in the U.S.