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Whether you are crafting an executive resume or one geared toward gaining college admission, these resume editing tips should keep your name afloat in applicant pools.
Do you love to organize large events on a set budget? Are you creative and detail-oriented? Read about Ann Marie Howle's experience as an event and meeting planner; gain insight into how she became a Principal of More Than A Meeting.
Although women are still underrepresented in architecture, trends indicate more and more female students are enrolling in architecture programs. While men may hold more positions, architecture is a competitive and difficult field for either gender.
Looking to stay sharp during the recession? Read on to find out how online education could be the career pick-me-up you've been looking for.
Have a knack for working with technology and solving people's technical emergencies? Read on to hear about a day in the life of a Systems Administrator working in a corporate environment.
Learn how Neal Schaffer, social networking author, speaker and consultant uses Web 2.0 technology to open doors. Hear his commentary on how online education can do the same.
Earning your master's in education can open doors to a better teaching career. Which online education programs for teachers are best for you?
Mix one part love of food and one part formal chef training, and you have an exciting, artistic career with limitless possibilities.
A technology degree can gain you entry into a number of fascinating computer tech jobs including the emerging field of biometrics.
Looking for an stimulating Technology & IT career? Plug yourself into a new job focused on computer security.
If you want to help save the environment, an environmental science degree can help you find a career that makes a difference.