The work load that is required for a college degree in any field can be overwhelming. There simply are not enough hours in the day. Keep these tips in mind to give yourself an advantage this year and get more done with the time you do have, by avoiding being a lazy student . Continue reading 8 Great college tips for the lazy student
For some people, solving mysteries and puzzles on the job keeps the task fresh and fun. If you would like to do some sleuthing during your career, here are five options to keep in mind.
Detectives can be responsible for solving murders and thefts, busting drug rings with many interconnected individuals or joining an arson unit and finding the source of fires. Blood spatter analysts recreate attacks and assaults based on the evidence left behind, and coroners find the cause of death based on the condition of the body. If you like to connect the dots at work and think outside the box, police work may be a great fit for you. Continue reading 5 Jobs for people that like solving puzzles
If you’ve got a history of running successful construction companies, but you think it’s time for something a little more ambitious, starting your own tunnel boring firm could be the ideal solution in 2014. You’re obviously going to need a lot of startup capital, and so this opportunity is probably only open to people who’ve just sold a previous business for a large profit, but the potential for earning a positive return in a short period of time is immense. You see – there’re only a few companies out there who specialise in this activity at the moment, so you won’t have to worry too much about fighting competitors to gain a significant market share.