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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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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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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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Remember My First Year in CollegeAs I close in on the end of my master’s degree, I’ve been thinking about the start of my educational journey, almost ten years ago. I’ve now gone through three levels of degrees – associate, bachelor, and now master – but it feels like only yesterday I enrolled in College...
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Why Get a Grant Writing CertificatePart of what makes grant writing appealing is that you don’t need a formal education to succeed in the field. There is no minimum education requirement and many choose to work as freelancers. Yet, many new grant writers choose to earn their grant writing certificate.As many aspiring non-profits discover, writing...
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The Need for a Virtual Assistant in Business TodayA virtual assistant can be a lifesaver for small businesses across the country. These professionals help complete tasks that smaller companies don’t have the staff or time for. Indeed, administrative positions are the most common for virtual assistants as small business owners can’t afford to hire anyone...
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Popular College Majors to ConsiderIf you’re having trouble deciding your college major, you’ve probably considered the more popular ones. Fields like business, healthcare, and communications always reach the top spots in enrollment statistics. Notably, some students will enroll in these programs as they’re more generalized, with the opportunity to specialize. In other words, they open...
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How to Know the Right Time to Go Back to CollegeIf you’ve ever thought about going back for a degree or certificate, you’ve probably asked, “When is the right time to go back to college?” Several factors go into people’s decisions to go back to college. Perhaps your goals have changed or grown, or you want a...
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What Employers Think of Online DegreesDistance education has been around for several decades now. Since the 1800s, growing technology has allowed students to earn their education from the comfort of home, from correspondence schools to lectures shown on cable to the fully online programs of today. Notably, the pandemic sent almost all schools and colleges...
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