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Once you decide that continuing your education is right for you, the next step is to explore your options for funding. Paying for your online education does not have to be a daunting task. There are a variety of options for covering your tuition.
These days following proper etiquette after an interview is just as important as interviewing well.
With the advancement of technology, many employers are turning to Skype to interview candidates from a distance.
Eight out of ten Americans will need blood or blood products in their lifetime, according to the Community Blood Bank in Sioux Falls.
When looking into your future, it can be easy to get discouraged by the hurdles in front of you. However, taking a negative outlook has a way of bringing you down. Doing just the opposite, which is sometimes a bit harder, can make hurdles easier to conquer and your goals much easier to achieve.
Many job listings of all types can be said to favor those already employed. This is because almost all career openings are seeking common, proven backgrounds and skills usually held by individuals who are currently employed.
An informational interview can be a great way to gain insight about a specific career field. You can find practical information about your future career and understand what training and experience might be useful.
So now you’ve committed to completing a post-secondary online education. But as with everything in life, chances are you can’t go it totally alone. You need support to aid in your success.
If you’ve already decided on an IT degree, the next decision you need to make is which specialization makes the most sense for you and your skills.
The degree programs at Colorado Technical University are designed to give students the ability to complete their education while focusing on the demands of a busy life. And when it’s time to start your career, the CTU Career Services Department can provide you with the career search assistance and planning that could help you apply your education to the real world.
You probably already know that there’s plenty of homework involved in getting a job or advancing in your career. One of the keys to unlocking those doors between you and your next career move is knowing what skills employers may be looking for. Fortunately, finding out what these skills are isn’t too difficult as most employers list what those skills are for anyone to see.
For college students all over the country, the first day of classes can be exciting, nerve wracking and a little scary. But being prepared can help you cut down your anxiety—and it can set you up for a good start to your semester.
Along with choosing your classes for the 1st session of the year, students are also making resolutions lists to prepare them for the New Year. Not every student will have the same goals, but these twelve resolutions should be somewhere on your own list for 2012.
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