Career

Save Money With an Online University

November 5, 2014
4 Ways Online University Can Save You Money

Finding a job is becoming increasingly difficult for those of us without a college education. With almost two thirds of job openings requiring a degree of some kind, a quality education is more necessary than ever. Luckily, students also have more options than ever before. Online education is more affordable and provides students with greater flexibility […]

Read the full article →

7 Reasons to Go For Your MBA

September 11, 2014

As a new or previous college graduate, you may have been relieved to finally earn your bachelor’s degree. However, many college graduates are now finding themselves heading back to school to obtain a higher degree due to the current job market. Here are seven reasons you should go back to school for an Master’s in […]

Read the full article →

Returning to Work After an Injury? Here’s What You Need to Know

September 1, 2014
Workplace Injury

Returning to work after a serious injury can be a difficult time for a worker, especially one who might still be affected by the physical and mental scars from the accident. Often a workplace accident has a long-term impact on an employee – more than just physical injuries such as broken bones and open wounds. […]

Read the full article →

Is Working for a Nonprofit Right for You?

June 25, 2014
What-is-a-Non-profit-organization

When you tell people you work for a nonprofit, you can almost see it in their eyes. The sympathetic gaze of understanding which acknowledges your low-income status. As someone who has worked in the nonprofit sector for the entirety of my career, I can tell you that it’s possible to get by — and thrive […]

Read the full article →

Taking Advantage of Technology in Your Career

May 12, 2014
Teleconference

For business owners and members of their workforce, working in the digital age means knowing how to embrace the advantages of technology. The idea of telecommuting has been adopted by companies all over the world.  It is not only eco-friendly, but allows workers to connect with different offices around the world.  Technology is here to stay. In order […]

Read the full article →

Healthcare Administration – From Gaining Experience to Landing the Gig

May 7, 2014
Healthcare administration

The median pay for medical health and service managers was $88,580 a year in 2012, equivalent to $42.59 an hour, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Outlook Handbook. 315,500 people already work in the industry, and with an increasingly aging population, the employment rate over the next decade is projected to grow […]

Read the full article →

Gender Inequality in the Workplace – 50 Years Later

February 11, 2014
Gender Inequality in the Workplace

Right around 50 years ago, wage disparity became illegal.  As society moves forward in seeing that everyone is equal, and that equal jobs should get equal pay, we should think that now, half a century later, we have come to that.  The sad fact is that there is still a gender inequality in the workplace.  […]

Read the full article →