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Reece Johnson

Reece Johnson is a senior editor in charge of the BestColleges blog. He writes about the future of work and higher education, student political activism, and expanding educational opportunities. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington and a master's degree from Columbia University.

Declining MBA enrollment is changing business education. Students want flexible and affordable MBAs, and schools need to adapt to these trends. A new BestColleges survey reveals distrust of the U.S. electoral and political systems among college students, as well as a lack of civic education. Starting a career in artificial intelligence is possible with the right education and experience. This article covers AI courses, jobs, and online AI resources. A new BestColleges survey shows that over 8 in 10 students experiencing educational disruptions from COVID-19 are experiencing increased stress. A new BestColleges survey reveals that, while most graduates think college is a good financial investment, most would change their majors if they could go back. This article covers employment resources for individuals with disabilities and what college students with disabilities can do to prepare for the workforce. This guide contains everything you need to know about public service student loan forgiveness, including PSLF news, eligibility requirements, and application tips. Covers the issues college students care about in the first 2019 Democratic presidential debates, including college affordability, climate change, and gun control. Generation Z wants to know the best careers for the future. This guide breaks down the data on job growth, salaries, and careers with social impact. Student loan debt relief is a growing need. This article analyzes proposals for loan forgiveness and free public college tuition.