You’ve probably noticed today’s workplace is becoming more and more competitive, and the best way to get promoted—or to get or keep a job—is to go back to school and get a college degree. But for most of us, it’s been years since we were students—and we may or may not have enjoyed the experience. Besides, doesn’t college cost all kinds of money? Isn’t it stressful? Won’t we feel out of place among all those younger students? These are good questions. And they deserve good answers.
October 1, 2019
Have you hit a dead end in employment? Is it time to get an undergraduate or graduate degree? Whatever the goal, more and more people are heading back to college outside the normal 18–22 age range. Sometimes called nontraditional students, they are a good number of attendees at institutions of higher learning. If you’re wondering whether you should go back to school, here are six top reasons why your peers have already gone back.
September 23, 2019
You’re interested in learning more and looking for new job opportunities. If you’re already a licensed RN, earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) can create new career possibilities for you. Imagine having a higher degree. What could that do for you and your family?
August 26, 2019
Preparing for an interview doesn't have to be rocket science (unless that’s the field you’re in). The person doing the interview knows it can be a stressful situation for both parties but by doing your research and doing everything you can to prepare before you walk into the office, you’ll set yourself up for success. So, before you head to the interview, here are five simple ways you can prepare for your next job interview
August 26, 2019
A job as a medical assistant will allow you to work in the medical field without the intense and lengthy schooling and debt of becoming a doctor. But how do you choose between qualifying as an MA through a certificate or a two-year Associate’s degree. Read how to decide here.
June 14, 2019
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