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How to Ask for a Raise and Get It

People are not trained to do salary negotiations and often feel nervous about initiating the conversation. Some wait for years before asking for the raise they deserve, and others never ask for it. Instead, they wait for their managers to notice their hard work and offer them a pay increase. However, most companies will only

Pursuing Post-graduate Studies for Career Growth

Learning is a lifelong process. It doesn’t end when you get your high school diploma or even your bachelor’s degree after graduating from college. To become a competent adult and professional, you should always be in the pursuit of knowledge. The process of learning is not limited to those that you learn inside a classroom

A Guide to Helping Your Kids Choose the Best College Course

Perhaps, there’s nothing more difficult than guiding your kids through what college course to take. As much as you want them to choose the best path for themselves, it’s hard to watch them get confused about where they want to take their lives. So, here you are, in the middle of the night, researching and

Mistakes That Can Affect Your Kids’ Academic Success

Parenting only becomes harder as your child grows older. They start developing their own character, preferences, and habits. Your role is to help raise them as well-adjusted adults and give them the chance to get the best education possible. But then, it is often the parents who stop their kids from reaching their academic potential. Some parents

Skills Gap in the Workforce: How to Resolve It

As technology develops and replaces certain types of work, the skills gap in the workforce only grows larger. With artificial intelligence and robots and automation taking over the “low-skilled” tasks, employers are struggling to find workers who can perform higher-skilled jobs, resulting in industry slumps that can easily progress further unless employers do something about

Pointers for Facilitating Online Learning

The pandemic highlighted the convenience online learning offers to all levels of learning. From primary school to university-level students, learners went online to continue with their education. While online learning has been offered for years already, many students stay focused when attending physical classes. The first online education programs started in 1989 when the University

Some People Lost the Motivation to Work During the Pandemic: Here are Ways to Regain It

It has been over a year since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Although millions of doses of vaccines are being administered, spending month after month after month indoors has taken a serious toll on the mental health of large portions of the population. The stress and anxiety that comes from fear of

Online Learning or In-class Learning? Help Your Kids with the Right Decision

The coronavirus pandemic did not only disrupt economies, health systems, and politics around the world. It also put education in limbo. This is especially true for third-world countries that do not have the capacity to control the spread and transmission of the virus in their schools. But in developed countries, we’re lucky enough that we

Keep Your Kids Away from the Sun

Too much sun can be harmful to your kids. Ultraviolet radiation that comes with sunlight is the leading cause of skin cancer and melanomas. Sun damage before the age of 18 can increase your kids’ risk of developing these conditions, but you can take measures to keep them safe. Avoid the Sun Unprotected exposure to

Essential Steps Towards Your Child’s Math Success

Without math, science would fumble. Think Einstein proposing the Theory of Relativity with just words and without calculations. The theory won’t move an inch in the minds of the leading thinkers of the time. And yes, Albert Einstein’s theory made sense because he could put it in mathematical equations. The thought then has legs to

Potentially High-paying Jobs That Don’t Require a College Degree

If you were never able to finish your bachelor’s degree, don’t fret—it’s not yet too late. While it’s true that earning your college degree is one of the surer ways to land yourself a high-paying job, it’s not always a requirement. For many, a college education is not the only path—especially at a time when going

Passion for the Elderly: How to Get Better at Taking Care of Seniors

Something is fulfilling about taking care of other people. You will find that doing it for your loved ones is almost a necessity, but extending a helping hand to strangers also provides you with a feeling of joy that could give you purpose. The activity will contribute nicely to your growth and maturity as a

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