So you’re in a dead-end job. The problem is this: you feel powerless to do anything about it. But why? Why not quit? Why not find something more meaningful? The purpose of this article is to examine some of the possible answers to these questions and to investigate how people like you can escape the professional mire of a dead-end job.… Read More

The purpose of this podcast is to explore three of the most common myths associated with online education, and determine which — if any — has any basis in fact.… Read More

Resumes are to getting jobs what good looks are to getting dates. As such, you want to make sure your resume is attractive to potential employers. The purpose of this article is outline how you can create, beautify, and even airbrush your resume in order to make a lasting impression.… Read More

Recently, put together “Celebrity First Jobs,” which recounts what a few Hollywood celebrities did before they were on the A list. Fronting a Kiss tribute band? Busing tables at Red Lobster? Ushering at porno theater? Wow. And I thought my first job was bad.… Read More

Are you satisfied with your job? If not, you should consider getting more education. This podcast explores the material advantages of furthering your education, specifically through online education, and then explains some of the ways online education differs from traditional education.… Read More

Ever wondered what major Hollywood stars studied at college? Sure, most were drama majors, but some did study “regular” subjects and were working toward “regular” jobs before they got their big break. Here are a few notable examples. … Read More

The number and nature of college degrees are as diverse as the people who get them. They come in different sizes — associate, bachelors, masters, and doctoral — and in scores of different subjects. So how do you choose the right degree for you? Here are a few questions you may want to ask yourself.… Read More

How much emphasis do admissions committees put on grades when evaluating applicants? The truth is that grades and GPAs are good long-term indicators of an individual’s performance as a student. Grades do not necessarily reflect intelligence; however, they do show a student’s ability to produce good work — or not-so-good work — over an extended period of time.… Read More