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Pay For College Through The Military

The cost of college is getting higher and higher and you might think that you can’t afford but have you considered all the options? One common option that many people use is the ROTC, or Reserved Officers Training Corp. It is an officer commissioning program that also included your college tuition as part of the process. All service branches have their own ROTC programs. True they are merit based scho ...

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Hazards Of The Social Work Profession

Social work, just like other occupations, has its own hazards. It may even be called a dangerous profession as each worker steps out of the office and into the homes of people in crisis. Armed only with a burning passion to help individuals and their families, a social worker’s day is full of actual and potential risks. Teri Zenner, a case manager at the Johnson County (Kansas) Mental Health Center, w ...

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Turning A Talent Into A Career

How many times have you dreamed of ditching your dead-end job and turning your talents into a career that you can love? If this is a dream of yours, you may be delaying because you aren’t sure where to begin. If so, try these simple steps to get you started on the path to independent success: - Believe in yourself and your ability to create your own business. Make a promise to yourself that you will d ...

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The Secrets To Success

Do you often wonder what makes some people successful while others, who seem to work just as hard if not harder, never seem to get ahead? The successful ones have certain qualities that make sure all of their hard work pays off. Develop and nurture these qualities as your secrets of success. First of all, you have to dream big and have a goal. You cannot pursue success in a vague, amorphous way. Define your ...

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Moving And Storage Tips For Your Business

When it comes to running a business, finding the right location can sometimes be a challenge. If your current business location is not working out, you may need to explore some other options to be able to maximize your business potential. Once you find the right location, it may be a challenge to make the move. In this situation, you need to understand some basic concepts about moving and storage. Here are ...

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Becoming Someone New In College

Sometimes moving away from an area can change your life for the good. Sometimes we become trapped in the personality we have developed over our teenage years. For me I have a reputation in my home city as a bit of a thug and bit of a bully. I am not sure how this reputation actually started, but I never fought it, and in most cases to keep looking cool and not to get bullied myself, I even played up to the ...

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Controlling My Temper In College

My dad is a very passive man. You would have to slap him around the face thirty times before he responds. If he is in a dispute he will say his piece, and if that does not work he will just stop. He very rarely gets into any argument, as he says it is just a waste of energy, and the louder someone shouts the more they will hold their position. So the argument is a pure waste of time. Step back and try later ...

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Remote Work Agreements

imothy Ferris, author of TheFourHourWorkWeek, 40% of workers describe their office environment as “most like a real-life survivor program.” Similarly, a recent Citrixstudy reported an alarming percentage of employees complaining about difficult colleagues, the know-it-all and the office whiner in particular, and found that a large percentage are longing to negotiate their very own remoteworkagre ...

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Career And Education Opportunities & Challenges Of Transitioning Veterans [Infographics]

With the drawdown of troops across several theatres and likely impending budget cuts (certainly cuts in the growth of military spending), more and more active duty Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines will be transitioning into the civilian sector. With this comes unique, well-deserved opportunities like the Montgomery GI Bill, which has undergone some significant changes post-9/11, and also unique challe ...

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Should We Use A Recruitment Company When Filling Management Level Vacancies?

The Government keeps telling us that growth is the key to our businesses surviving in the current economic climate. But all employers know that this is, as they say, easier said than done. While there are hundreds of people desperately seeking employment, some companies just aren’t sure of the best ways to bridge the gap. Recruitment is a costly business, and something that many companies cannot affor ...

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