Image:  A couple of years ago, a University of Minnesota business student who had spent the summer playing online poker shared a concern with Lisa Novack, the university’s career development director. The student, who would soon graduate, fretted that prospective employers might look unfavorably on the summer employment gap. But Novack saw an impressive list of transferrable skills in the student’s online experience, including independent study skills and time and financial management...


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