Many people would like to combine their love of a healthy lifestyle and nutrition with a profession that would allow them to obtain financial security and explore a career that they actually have passion for. This article will examine careers in nutrition, and whether or not this field is for you… Continue reading
Online vs. traditional education is debated time after time. Each have their inherent benefits and setbacks. This infographic, produced by Rasmussen College gives a visual depiction of online college enrollment, tuition, and other key numbers – while comparing and contrasting the overall experience to traditional universities.
As such, more students are choosing to advance their education, expand their skill sets, and receive their bachelor’s degree online. This has increased the need for graduates with an Instructional Design degree. Students interested in this field have many options, and it may be difficult to find all the information they need. To help provide students and practitioners with the information they crave, below is a list of the top 10 blogs for instructional Design. Continue reading
With unemployment in the United States holding above eight percent for the past few years, many people would go to extremes for a good job. Check out this infographic, which shares in detail the most dangerous jobs in America – even jobs that could kill you… Continue reading
Instead of letting your brain turn to mush this summer, exercise your brain. The New York Times recently published an article about how working your brain regularly, like the muscle it is, can help you focus and retain information. The Times explained a study done with children in which a small group performed a specific memory game, “…[Students] who played the working memory games fidgeted less…[the students] also scored higher on one of the single best measures of fluid intelligence.” Continue reading