Career site Zippia recently featured Robert Duke, Ph.D., dean of the School of Theology and Azusa Pacific Seminary, who shared his perspective on the job market for recent graduates and how they can prepare for its changes and demands. Duke was one of several university and career experts nationwide selected to share their unique insights.

The following is an excerpt from the Zippia interview:

"The pandemic has demonstrated the need for people to be skilled not only in the content of their field, but also in how to deliver that content in technologically up-to-date modalities," said Duke. "Basically, the pandemic has shown that what one knows needs to be partnered with knowing how to deliver that knowledge.This will not be the last time we face something that requires flexibility in one's pedagogical abilities. For those in religious studies and relevant fields, like ethics and philosophy, the pandemic has demonstrated a high need for experts that can bring clear thinking for making decisions in the areas of government, health, and education."

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Robert Duke, Ph.D., dean of the School of Theology and Azusa Pacific Seminary
Robert Duke, Ph.D., dean of the School of Theology and Azusa Pacific Seminary