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How to get your bachelor’s degree faster?

  After graduating from high school, most tend to enter the workforce immediately or make their way to a two or four-year college to receive their Bachelor’s degree. Some end up going to college for even longer to receive their Master’s or PhD. It really depends on the person in question and their preferences and…

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Education systems in international context

[responsivevoice_button buttontext=”Play”] Facts you need to know about education verification. There is no doubt that the goal of improving education plays important role among policymakers and other stakeholders in societies worldwide. They might not be able to quantify it, but the governments in most countries empower the link between the knowledge and skills with which…

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Which academy is the right academy?

How many students do you know who have a clear idea about what their future holds?- In my experience, very few. With this in mind, selecting a college or university is, certainly an important decision and there are many factors to take into consideration. Such a choice has to be fully thought-through. Choosing which University,…

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Career to survive a depressed economy

When thinking of a recession proof career, you are most likely thinking of job security over the long term. This implies that you will be able to earn an income from your career even when the economy is on a downturn or not performing very well. There are hardly any careers that are totally unaffected…

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7 skills you need to impress employers

Whether you’re still a student or a recent graduate, you’ve probably been told about a million times that getting a job isn’t just about your degree. In today’s tough job market, grads are expected to hit the ground running – so if you’ve already got a solid degree under your belt, that’s great, but you…