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Skills Every Student Must Have for Any Career

Every year college graduates and job hunters face changes of the job market and the educational market as well. Learners study hard in order to get the desired job and choose a college degree or program that goes with a future career. There are various employment demands and students should be ready to conform to the…

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Added by LysaLover32 on February 15, 2017 at 1:35pm — No Comments

5 Crucial Resume Writing Tips for Graduates

Do you know where your job search process should start? A job search process should start when you are still in the college! Does it sound ridiculous? Do you think you will have no time for it? Nonsense! Just make the first step and create a substantial foundation for your future career. Your first step should lie…

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Added by LysaLover32 on August 31, 2016 at 7:30am — 1 Comment

5 Steps to Improve Your Creative Writing Skills

There’s nothing more challenging and tricky than acquiring creative writing skills. You may ask how to get rid of that 'I-have-poor-skills-in-creative-writing' feeling and finally reach some progress. Well, some of our practical guides and activities below should help you out with this ‘creative’ issue and contribute to your improvement. The recommendations here can be handy to novice writers both and surely students to help them out with creative essays and tasks similar to that. In other…

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Added by LysaLover32 on June 9, 2016 at 11:44am — No Comments

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WorkWhen you love your job, don’t hesitate to play overtime. A study by King's College of London has shown that working longer delays the onset of symptoms of Alzheimer's disease. Optimistic vision"Plan for the future, decide to implement actions, contact the right people - these activities are very stimulating  for the brain," says Professor Eustache. Added to this is an optimistic vision of the future. "We know that what contributes to make happy and fight stress plays a role in maintaining…See More
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The state tests will be done soon and that's usually when most students and even some teachers check out for the year. I always feel differently. While the pressure of the test is gone, now the fun can start. I can experiment and play a little. I explore other resources and test out new sites.Since everything I wanted to cover in the curriculum is done and all the grades I needed are in, the things I meant to try all year have worked their way to the top of the To Do list. Here's where I can…See More
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Calculus Tutoring

Calculus is originated from a Latin word ‘calculus’ and literally, it signifies 'small pebble'. However, it is a mathematical study related to continuous change, similarly the algebra, geometry, and others. There are two different prominent branches of calculus Differential Calculus (concerned with the slopes of the curve and rates of change) and Integral Calculus (related to the areas between…See More
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How to Stay Connected to Your Family While You Are Teaching Abroad

Say you’ve always wanted to teach English abroad, you studied hard and that new TESOL/TEFL Certificate is in your hot little hands and now,…See More
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