Haley Pavic

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Impacts of a Toxic WorkplaceA toxic workplace can damage a company in many ways. Employees leave, profits decline, and they earn a bad reputation. Truly, when morale drops, the people in charge of keeping everything running properly put in less effort. They are less motivated to fix broken things, seek out new tasks, and put...
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What You Should Know About Rage ApplyingYou may have seen the term “rage applying” getting thrown around online lately. It is used to describe a newly visible trend of (mostly) young adults mass applying to new positions after a bad day, week, or month, at their current job. Notably, they’ll deal with an especially bad...
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Online School Builds Independence and Soft SkillsThere are many benefits to attending an online school. For example, you get to avoid crowded dorm rooms, stay at home as you earn your degree, and keep your full-time job. This study route is ideal for thousands of students of all ages due to its flexibility. Truly, one...
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One of the Biggest Benefits of Higher EducationGoing to college can change your life in many ways. From introducing you to new friends, careers, and hobbies to opening doors for new opportunities to making your childhood dreams possible, a degree can go a long way. Indeed, one of the biggest benefits of higher education is...
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Why Knowing How to Prioritize MattersIt can be tough to figure out your next step when you’re facing a bunch of responsibilities all at once. Truly, it’s easy to get overwhelmed when tasks or decisions pile up, whether big or small. You may struggle to stay on one item at a time or fail to...
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What to Do When You’re Unhappy with Your JobChances are that your first job won’t be your final one. Most people today switch positions, companies, or even fields every few years for a variety of reasons. Perhaps something upsetting happened at work or they’ve simply outgrown their job or company. Notably, these employees may have...
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Grants, Scholarships, and Financial AidIf you’ve ever considered applying to college, you’ve likely looked into college financial aid. Grants, scholarships, and loans can be overwhelming to look into, as you’ll find hundreds if not thousands of options online. And, unfortunately, not all are trustworthy or as helpful as they should be. Predatory businesses target the...
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Why Accommodations for Online College Students MatterOnline college is often considered a more disability-friendly choice than many traditional schools. It’s more accessible, easier to enroll, and allows students to stay home. Indeed, they don’t have to worry if their dorm, classrooms, or other campus buildings will be able to accommodate their specific needs. However, many...
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What to Do if You Think You Picked the Wrong DegreeEvery year, thousands of college students change their degree path. The change may be as simple as switching from childhood psychology to adolescent psychology or as extreme as switching from English to nuclear physics. Regardless, students realize that they picked the wrong degree and switch...
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Online College Student Life vs. Pandemic Student LifeEver wonder what it’s like to be an online college student? Many of us now have some familiarity with the experience following the covid-19 shutdown. Indeed, most children, teenagers, and college students found themselves studying entirely online for months or years. However, traditional colleges were pushed online without...
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