Salary is still king when people are asked about the most important factors in their careers. What comes next very much depends on one's age, according to a recent study.
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We surveyed 300 Americans via a Google consumer survey to discover what they wanted to be when they grew up and what their dream career is right now. See if you can relate to their responses.
As a parent of young children, you already know that most of your decisions affect your little ones. Going back to school is no exception. At first consideration, you may feel like earning a degree is "doing something for me." But multiple studies suggest parents with higher levels of education tend to raise children who go onto higher levels of education.
Naysayers who disregard online education and try to discredit it's pathway to student success are slowly but surely being silenced by the statistics. Rasmussen College conducted a survey of more than 100 middle and senior management positions across all industries. Find out what they said!
Earning a business degree is a big decision and typically requires answers to multiple questions. So we conducted a survey to help you get the answers you're looking for.
New Port Richey Criminal Justice graduate Don Greene spent most of his life helping to build his community, both literally and figuratively.
Through sports athletes can often inspire others to do great things on the playing field. But that inspiration can also be used in the classroom.
Adult learners have different expectations and learning styles than learners in primary or secondary education. In higher education, students learn not only in the physical or online classroom but also in the library. One approach to meet an adult student's learning style is through andragogical teaching, or the process of engaging adult learners.
Earning a college degree is not a requirement to become America's commander-in-chief, but history tells us that the vast majority U.S. Presidents valued a college education. This is a list of the U.S. presidents and their college educations, including the schools they attended and the academic degrees they received.
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Does a higher level of education lead to more employment opportunities? We took a look at 21 separate industries to find out.
Diversity awareness and programming is an essential part of the college experience, as students prepare for a job in an ever-increasingly diverse and global workplace. Employers value not only one's job-related knowledge, communication and "soft skills", but an understanding of how to interact with colleagues, clients or patients from varying backgrounds.