Career-Relevant

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5 Tips on Making a Career Change

Have you been considering a career change? If you’re unfulfilled at your job, burnt out by your industry, or interested in exploring a new field, you’re not alone — Americans change careers an average of five to seven times over the course of their working life (and that number may be low, according to many …

The Future of Work: Big Data

Technology is evolving at a rapid pace. The gig economy is expanding, jobs are being automated and reinvented, and gaps in the workforce are already starting to appear. This blog is the second in a series of four that will discuss the future of work and explore how jobs are designed and individuals adapt through …

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How to Get the Raise You Deserve

You work hard, and it’s natural to expect that you will be fairly compensated for your efforts. Whether you’re in your first job or you’re a seasoned professional, you have likely considered asking for a raise in order to meet your financial goals or as a reward for a job well done. Here, we’ll explore …

How Do Employers Feel About Online Degrees

How Do Employers Feel About Online Degrees?

Do Employers Take Online Degrees Seriously? There’s no doubt that earning a university degree is an important step in advancing your career and earning a better income. Though, for many people, work and family schedules make it difficult to attend classes on a traditional campus. Taking online courses provides individuals with much-needed flexibility and allows …

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The Future of Work

Driven by accelerating connectivity, new talent models, and cognitive tools, work is changing. As robotics, AI, the gig economy and crowds grow, jobs are being reinvented, creating the “augmented workforce.” This blog is the first in a series of four that will discuss the future of work and explore how jobs are designed and individuals …

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