INTERNATIONAL DAY OF HAPPINESS, MARCH 20

This campaign is a global celebration to mark the United Nations International Day of Happiness. It is coordinated by Action for Happiness, a non-profit movement of people from 160 countries, supported by a partnership of like-minded organizations. A profound shift in attitudes is underway all over the world. People are now recognising that 'progress' should be about increasing human happiness and wellbeing, not just growing the economy. March 20 has been established as the annual … [Read more...]

You Are Only One Click Away from Studying Abroad

It was not that long ago that when a student decided he or she wanted to study abroad, there was a lot of preparation that needed to be completed before the student could depart on their overseas educational journey. However, with the availability of online programs like the Norwich University masters degree in history, you can now go across the border and attend university with one click of your mouse, taking classes when they are the most convenient for you and at an affordable cost in the … [Read more...]

4 Reasons to Study Marketing At College

If you’re a creative, forward-thinking individual, then a career in marketing could be the perfect choice for you. If you enjoy making things look good and selling them to others, then marketing is a great fit, as professional marketers are hired by companies all over the world in order to help them make a connection with their audience. In order to achieve a lucrative career in marketing, then it’s usually essential to study marketing at the collegiate level. We’ve listed some of the best … [Read more...]

How Political Management Differs from Political Science Degrees

Have you been thinking a career in politics may be the right choice for you? If so, did you know there are a few different paths you can take? Did you know that your online degree in political science through The George Washington University can open separate doors than that of a political management courses? Let’s take a closer look at who the two differ. Building upon the Knowledge You’ve Learned Perhaps you’re in the middle of your online masters in political science, or maybe you’ve … [Read more...]

Be A Counselor: How to Get Started

There are plenty of ways you can give back to the community. Becoming a counselor at school is a great way to drive changes and help students deal with problems. We’ve all been there; school and teenage life can be very challenging. The experience and knowledge we already have are among the best resources to use as a counselor. There are other skills and traits to develop to. To get started, you can now pursue online counseling degrees from top names such as Wake Forest University. These … [Read more...]

3 Ethical Business Strategies You Can Use to Maximize Earnings

There’s a stereotype in the business world that ethical companies are typically less profitable than their peers. But in today's world, this stereotype doesn't really ring true. Good ethics are good for business, plain and simple. Here are five ways you can maximize profits, the ethical way: Consider Insourcing and Reshoring It’s fine if you don’t get it right at first. Amway, an American company that sells products ranging from beauty items to vitamins, didn’t get it right. Six … [Read more...]

It Is Time for Your Home Business to Accept Credit Card Payments?

Running a home business is one of the best ways to achieve so much while still assuming the role of a fulltime, stay-at-home mother. If you’ve been selling products and services online and developing a home business of your own, you will know that there are a lot of challenges involved in making the business a success. One of the easiest ways to boost sales, according to studies complied by Rutgers Online and its Business Administration degree program, is by accepting credit cards and mobile … [Read more...]

How to Know if Your Intuition Is Steering You in the Right Direction

Some believe intuition to be completely made up, a concept verging on mysticism in some cases. I don't. I believe intuition is a strong guide that can assist you in day to day decisions. In many cases, intuition is here to kick you in the gut and show you in subtle, and sometimes not so subtle, ways that you are off or on the right track. But it can be difficult to discern whether your intuition is right or simply playing tricks on you. In this article, I'm going to give your clear signs that … [Read more...]

Get Motivated for a Career in Nursing

Are you motivated and ready to tackle education head on this year? If so, may we request that you consider careers in nursing! There are tons of different nursing specialties that you can enter into, and according to a recent infographic by Maryville University, 75% of nurses would happily recommend their profession to others. So, you can rest assured that not only will you be working in a worthwhile career, but that you will also more than likely be happy with your job. On top of this, … [Read more...]

Why We Need More Women in Leadership Positions

There has been significant progress for women in many arenas over the past 20 years, especially in education. Since the 1990s, women have outnumbered men in college enrollment and college completion rates. Women are also more likely to continue their education after college. This gender disparity has led to a majority of women enrolling and graduating from law school, medical school, dental school, and more. There have also been breakthroughs for women with regard to managerial positions and … [Read more...]

Why Finance Needs More Women

It’s no surprise that the world of finance is male dominated, especially at the leadership level. While there are lots of women graduating from college with finance degrees, there still aren’t as many women CEOs and women on Wall Street as you might think. In fact, 4.4% of Fortune 500 and S&P 500 companies have female CEOs, according to Catalyst. While about 74% of the industry's assets are run by men alone, only 2% of these assets are handled by women alone. The remaining 14% is made up by a … [Read more...]

Giving Girls in Uganda an Equal Chance

“I want to be a nurse.” This comment was made in response to my age old question of, “What would you like to be when you grow up?” I’ve asked this question to children in the United States, but this time I was in Uganda, speaking with a 14-year-old girl, Malacondia, who attends St. Luke’s Primary School in the northern part of Uganda, near the border with South Sudan. The school educates children from Uganda as well as refugees from South Sudan, displaced by the horrific unrest there. Not … [Read more...]

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