For many, career advancement requires continuing education. Thankfully, technology has made online education a very real alternative – and a new path to career advancement.
This infographic from affordable-online-colleges.net presents the facts about online education and how you can make it work for you…
We’ve begun to expect flexibility from just about every aspect of our lives, including from our employers. So shouldn’t we expect flexibility from our educators, too? Apparently, yes. Because more and more colleges are offering flexible schedules and online, self-paced classes. But how do those online courses and programs compare to a traditional education? This infographic from Affordable Online Colleges answers that question. They also show how online versus traditional education will change over the years, which majors are most affected and even how much the two different forms of education may cost you. Take a look… and then make
We all have things around that we no longer need, without really knowing why we keep them. If you live and work in a big city, you may still have your car from the days when you used to live in the suburbs. At one time, the car had a purpose. But now? It just collects parking tickets and bird poop.
Some things outlive their usefulness. Perhaps a traditional college degree is one of them…
College towns across the country are buzzing with the excitement of students going back to school.
Many of us already in the workforce, though, aren’t going back to school. And yet… we never stop learning.
No matter what industry we’re in, there’s always more to learn. Trends and information change quickly; if we don’t keep up… we’re left behind. The good news: there are simple ways to learn outside the classroom to keep us a valuable, knowledgeable resource for our company and colleagues. Check out these tips: