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Ways to Support an Employee With Mental Health Problems

As of 2013, 5.6% of full-time workers claimed that they were depressed. The number may not seem a lot, but that doesn’t mean that mental pain and suffering at work is to be taken lightly. In fact, workplaces are currently facing an increased mental health problem, owing to the pandemic and the anxiety it bred.

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Online Learning: Breaking the Boundaries of Learning

The mainstream adoption of the internet during the 1990s sparked the beginning of a new era for both computing and communications, and it was dubbed the information age. This gave people the power to search just about any topic they can think of online and get the answers they need for homework or research. Email

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4 Ways To Help Your Child Ace Math Tests

Let’s admit it: one of the most challenging things that we can learn as students is math. That’s why as a parent, it’s up to us to help our child excel in this subject and help them get the best grades as possible. But how can we do that, especially when it comes to GCSE?

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Improve Your Quality of Life with a New Hobby

Hobbies are fun activities that people take on simply because they give them pleasure. Science has shown that the right hobby can even reduce cognitive decline as we get older. Young adults may not naturally think about how to be prepared to combat cognitive decline. But if you already have the right hobbies, you will reap

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E-Learning and COVID-19: Staying Focused on Your Online Classes

COVID-19 has brought health and economic disruption to the global community. Besides that, it also affected the educational system of many countries and regions. Outside the United States, some classes were suspended for indefinite periods, and many students lost the interest to continue studying for this school year. To discourage students from dropping out and

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Not Good Enough? Improvements to Make Before Starting a Career

You finally managed to get your diploma after years of studying hard. Finishing your education is a milestone worth celebrating and a signal to take on the next step in your life, which is getting your first job. All of your efforts and sacrifices on your college years will begin once you start to hand

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4 Ways to Continue Your Education After College

A lot of people believe that they learn everything there is to know in college. Most of them will try to seek jobs in their respective fields, but you might think that you can still learn more before getting on your career path. Fortunately, education does not stop in college. If you want to have

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3 Things You Need to Know about Web Application Testing

Businesses from all over the spectrum, from micro-startups to multinational conglomerates, rely on web applications to deliver content to their consumers regardless of the browser, the operating system, or the device they use. Web developers work hard to ensure that their websites are secure, usable, and perform properly on a wide range of platforms. But

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On Personal Development: What Stops You from Reaching Your Goals?

It is not easy to commit to continuous self-growth. But if you take this seriously, then you get to improve your life for the better. You will feel better, happier, and healthier. You get to learn new things, boost relationships with yourself and others, and adapt to change better. It makes it easier for you

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Which Is the Better Option: IB or AP?

As your teen approaches the time when they can attend university, you might consider enrolling them in programs that can supplement their learning with college-level courses. They can choose from International Baccalaureate or Advanced Placement, which can provide greater leverage for acceptance in a prestigious university and earn them credits for some courses. While they

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