Tag «career advancement»

Handshake after getting a raise

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 …

Never Attended a Conference? Here’s What It’s Worth To Your Career

There are many ways to advance in your career, including earning a certificate to learn a new skill set, setting and meeting professional goals, and earning an advanced degree. However, there’s another, often overlooked, way to learn more about your industry and become more successful in your career: attending a conference. If you’ve never attended …

Want to Advance Your Career? Join a Professional Organization

There are many benefits of joining a professional organization, from getting to know others in your field to learning industry trends and developing expertise that’s necessary to advance your career. Professional organizations serve to advance their respective industries by promoting the interests of those who work within the field, as well as to garner public …

When You Don’t Need It All at Once: How Stackable Credentials Support Lifelong Learning and Career Progression

In today’s competitive, fast-paced, and increasingly automated environment, lifelong learning is more important than ever. Not long ago, a bachelor’s degree was perceived as the “golden ticket” to a living wage and long-term career progression. The Master of Business Administration, or similar master’s degree, served as the pathway to senior-level management and executive leadership roles …

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