The ethnicity of a person and the likelihood they will attend college has always gone hand-in-hand. Caucasians, for example, college attendance numbers are much higher than Hispanics or African-Americans. Primarily, this relates to the income level of the households that these children come from, but it is not the only factor. With the economic downturn,… Read More


Grantham University, which is an online school, recently announced the addition of two new business-related programs to its degree offerings. The school will be offering a bachelors of business administration in human resource management and masters in business intelligence. “As part of the university’s mission, we are constantly seeking out new degree program opportunities for… Read More


Have you been out of work for a while? Are you getting desperate to find a job? Well, don’t get too frantic because there are actually jobs out there that are worse than being unemployed. Come along as I take you on a humorous journey where you meet four jobs that aren’t worth doing even in a bad economy.… Read More


Are you going to be hard pressed this year to give your staff the raises they deserve? Even though your business is financially strapped doing NOTHING at raise time is the worst thing you can do. Studies have shown, however, that economic perks in lieu of raises can keep everyone motivated. Read on to find out what you can do to compensate for your employees’ lack of compensation.… Read More


The turbulent economy coupled with the growing number of individuals who are going back to school has forced many colleges to restructure their tuition assistance programs. Meanwhile, other school are updating their pricing policies to help them entice prospective enrollees.… Read More