Tuesday, April 23, 2019

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In the 21st century, it is easy to run a Google search to find what positions are in demand at the moment, such as the worrying shortage of doctors in the United States. The US is hardly alone in this regard. There is a dire shortage of physicians globally, cutting across geographies and education systems. Those who are planning to study medicine are unquestionably contemplating at a pretty safe career choice. As life spans and populations grow, the demand for doctors is, if anything, only going to increase in the years to come. Under the circumstance, it is hardly surprising that student... Read More

You may not realize it now, but one day you’ll look back on your college years and remember them as the best years of your life. At the very least, your college years will make up some of your most favorite memories. College life is something you only get to experience once in your lifetime, because once you graduate with your degree, you’re moving on and you’re likely never going back to college.

College is such a unique and memorable time in your life because it was during college that you likely got to discover who you truly are, try new things, and get a taste of what real independence... Read More

CAT 2018 is scheduled to be held on November 25, 2018. The aspirants have just one month left to prepare for the national level management entrance exam. It is time to fine tune your concepts and improving speed and accuracy by attempting CAT mock series.

In the pressure of preparing for 99 percentile, the candidates must not forget that it is equally important to pay attention to minor details. The CAT being a nation-wide exam in which over 2 lakh students appear every year, is conducted under strict surveillance and even a slightest of slip on the part of aspirant can lead to his/her... Read More

Teaching a lecture course can be daunting for a number of reasons—namely the fact that they tend to be larger and more impersonal than, say, a discussion-based class. In lectures, the flow of information moves from the educator in charge to the audience at large, whether that’s 30 high school students, 300 college students or somewhere in between.

This format has entrenched its way into education likely because it’s a relatively straightforward way to teach large groups of learners at once. An analysis of more than 2000 science, mathematics and technology (STEM) classes found that... Read More

Many people think that a degree in chemistry means that on e will spend the rest of their lives in the laboratory. Nothing could be further from the truth. The skills acquired from a chemistry degree can be utilized in a wide range of roles and industries. Besides a strong numerical/mathematical ability, chemistry graduates also have the following skills:

Oral and written communication Organization and time management Team work Problem solving and analysis Maintaining/monitoring data and records IT and technology Research and presentation

Here are some of the top career... Read More

Considering writing elaborate papers can be quite monotonous at times, many of you end up neglecting your written assignments altogether or submitting poor papers. Since your grades depend on the quality of the written assignments that you submit, you have to put in a lot of effort to score the desired grades. With the burden of so many tasks on you, it is quite impossible for you to devote special attention to each assignment. On top of that, you have to deal with your regular coursework and prepare for multiple exams that have a significant impact on your overall grade.

However,... Read More

Growing your startup can be the biggest challenge. Maybe you are going from a one-man solopreneur operation to hiring employees, or from a small staff to an expanded one that includes more specialists and those who manage them.

Whether you are expanding using venture capital (VC), angel investing, or through other funding methods, your first obstacle will be to bring more personnel on board and get them trained in your methods by familiarizing them with your organization. The second will be taking some existing employees and moving them to positions of leadership.

For this... Read More

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Sounds ideal Twinkletoes. :>)


I have always been a dreamer and most likely always will be. I am a wierd combo I think...practical but an idealist at the same time. :)


born crazy inherited Barb. Or near...just used my imagination to transport me away. Costs nothing to dream,but you knew that! You use the same mechanics do you not my friend? Cheers :>)