Our quickly evolving technological society is creating an immediate need for skilled workers in specialized areas, and also generating some questions whether a college degree in IT is really the most effective way to fill some of these vacancies.
While education is usually thought of in terms of a degree or credential, the process is also meant to instill what is often called soft skills.
Expanding Maryland’s charter school law promotes flexibility and freedom — or does it lower education standards and limit local oversight?
Personal injury lawyers specialize in the representation of those who claim physical or psychological injury due to the negligent or careless acts of another.
A new marketing specialty, known as digital marketing, is emerging as businesses recognize the need to integrate their current traditional marketing programs with the faster growing areas of mobile technology and social media.
For those struggling with issues relating to chronic disorganization, sometimes commonly called hoarding, two organizations now provide online resources and guidance for those wanting help.
Growing concern among city school parents about their children’s education. The system discovers it’s $60 million in the hole.
“I wanted to make a difference in the lives of everyday people by providing exemplary service to those who need it,” says Claudine Richardson.
The Wall Street Journal reported over three years ago that the extended warranties business was estimated to be $30 billion a year.
Nick Skinner, believes fervently in the concept of music education as a means of social change. He began with Orchkids when it was only 30 kids; it has now grown to serve about 825 kids.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment rate for physician assistants is expected to grow by 38 percent over the next seven years.
Relationships form the core of our society, starting with the family and branching out into the interpersonal relationships we form through marriage and our chosen professions.