Unemployed? Here’s What You Need to Do

Unemployed? Here’s What You Need to Do

Unemployment rates are high and the downtime that you will have to endure while searching for a job will likely be longer than you’d like or expect. On average it takes about 24 business days to fill positions, but there are things that you can do during the waiting process. Here are the top things




No Emails for Some College Students

No Emails for Some College Students

It is pretty commonplace to see a spot on a college syllabus for the instructor’s email address and office hours, but apparently students at Salem College will be looking for that information for a long time. Professor Spring-Serenity Duvall, the assistant professor of communications at Salem College says “For years, students emails have been an

Confuse Students to Keep Them Engaged

Confuse Students to Keep Them Engaged

In recent years, Professor Sidney D’Mello of the University of Notre Dame and Professor Arthur Graesser of the University of Memphis, conducted an interesting experiment trying to understand the delicate relationship between learning and confusion. Remarkable results were gained, which may change the face of learning as we know it. Most view confusion in schools


College Degrees are Still Worth It

College Degrees are Still Worth It

For those college students that are wondering if the pursuit of a college degree is still a decent investment. The answer is simple – absolutely. Economists, Jaison Abel and Richard Deitz, are reporting that the completion of bachelor’s degree programs is around 14 to 15 percent since the year 2000. The suspected reasons for the


Confidence in Online Ed on the Upswing

Confidence in Online Ed on the Upswing

Online learning is becoming more trusted than ever according to the most recent Gallup poll. Out of a random sample of roughly 1,000 U.S. adults, many selected “agree” or “strongly agree” when asked about colleges that offer high quality online education. The poll results show that 37% of adults feel that online courses actually provide





Tech School Enrollment Soars

Tech School Enrollment Soars

Enrollment in the technical community college Wake Tech is at an all-time high. Wake Tech reached 22,000 students enrolling this week. This is a record breaking high for the North Carolina school. It also exceeded its fall enrollment by 500 students. Students are becoming more and more inclined to enroll in technical colleges. Bryan Ryan,


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