As soon as you graduate from high school or college, you undoubtedly feel accomplished. But you might also feel as though you’re finished with the educational system in general — you’ve got your diploma, and you’re ready to get to work. This point of view could prevent you from reaping the many benefits continuing education can afford you, this year and beyond.
As the new year begins, take stock of where you are and where you want to be. Then, ask yourself, “what do you need to learn to achieve your goals?”
Chances are, there’s an e-learning opportunity that can help…
You don’t have to go back to school to learn something new. Thanks to the internet, there are a bevy of sites offering free or low-cost online education on a number of topics. Everything you could ever want to learn, from coding to how to invest your money, is online and ready for you.
When the Educational Testing Study released its findings last year, many hiring managers were unsurprised: Millennials were found to be falling further behind their global peers in numeracy, literacy, and problem-solving in tech rich environments.
So how do we master new soft skills?
What if college wasn’t required for a fulfilling career? What if a young adult could spend four years working at a great job instead of attending college? Well, they can!
Here are 15 well-paying jobs that don’t require a four year degree…
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” I’m sure you’ve been asked this question, perhaps several thousand times. The answer for me changed from Dallas Cowboy cheerleader at age 3, to architect at 11, to PR specialist at 18, to Social Media Consultant at 23. But I can tell you something I never wanted to be: $55,000 in debt from student loans and living at home with my parents at 26. Yet this is my reality. I’m a Social Media Manager now, so I have achieved part of my dream, but I am saddled with the debt