Not necessarily. While a college degree does open a lot of opportunities for you, some of the fastest growing job markets (as presented by the study from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics are open for high school graduates. These include compliance officers, pharmacy technicians, dental assistants, and home health aides. Your job stability also depends on your work attitude, … [Read more...] about Do I need to have a college degree to have a stable job?
We all want to have high performance ratings. Not only does this increase our chance at a raise—or even a promotion!—emotionally, we need the satisfaction and fulfillment of knowing that we're doing a good job. Here are some things that will help you get straight A's in the corporate report card. … [Read more...] about 5 tips to help you become Employee of the Month
Your child comes home from school and makes a beeline for their computer. Your child is so engrossed in whatever it is he or she is doing online that you'll be lucky if they even look up once you leave the room. He (and millions of other kids) is hopelessly hooked on modern technology. Here's how to handle the situation. … [Read more...] about Is your child spending too much time on the Internet?
It's a New Year and the perfect time to declutter and streamline your work process! Here are some ways for workers to throw out any junk that slows you down and start the year with a clear space and stronger resolve. … [Read more...] about 3 steps to start the work year fresh
Do you deal with an avalanche of emails a day? Do you spend hours checking, replying, deleting? Have you ever wasted valuable time trying to find that one important email amidst the junk mail and stupid forwards? Here are some ways to take charge of your inbox and deal with your email productively and efficiently. Act on emails when you read them Don't shuffle through … [Read more...] about How to efficiently deal with office emails