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Education and Careers
Education and Careers
Educating Young Girls Means Bigger Business in the Future
Young girls can be less motivated to pursue new activities or ambitious careers. The work to encourage them to pursue leadership roles, can't start early enough.
Technology Forges a Tighter Brand-Employee Bond
Retaining employees and keeping them from hiding out when things get rough can be a maze to navigate.
5 Women in Business Share the Biggest Lesson They’ve Learned
What advice would you share with your younger self? Five successful women look back and share their hard-won, professional wisdom.
How Tory Burch Is Helping Businesswomen Climb Higher
Fashion designer Tory Burch is taking a hands-on approach to help female entrepreneurs embrace their drive and grow their businesses.
For Women, an MBA May Open Unique Roads to Success
An MBA provided the tools necessary to navigate a unique career path for these two women, who decideded to take a less common approach to their careers after graduation.
Marcus Lemonis on What It Takes for Small Business Success
In a recent survey, one-third of small business owners claimed they couldn't get needed funding. If you’re one of them, "The Profit" star has some advice.
For Career Advice, Nothing Is More Valuable Than a Mentor
Think about your world and the people that surround you in your professional landscape or even in your volunteer roles. Is there someone you could count on for insight?
The New Role of Sales Reps in a Fast-Paced World
Sales isn’t just about selling anymore. Here’s a look at the new responsibility of salespeople in the global, fast-paced economy.
Is Grad School Worth It? Get the Facts
In today’s job market, it’s hard to know if graduate school is a smart investment or just an accumulation of more debt.
The Top 3 Fastest-Growing Cloud Careers Are at Nonprofits
Nonprofits are embracing cloud technologies at an accelerating rate, but smart investment in security and data specialists are needed for organizations to keep pace.
Employing Technology to Attract Top Job Seekers
Whether it’s breathtaking office views, or day-in-the-life videos of an employee, employers are utilizing technology to create a candidate experience that prominently displays their culture and brand.
Sarah Robb O’Hagan Shares Her View from the Top
She rose all the way to the C-Suite, then made a separate career out of sharing her best practices.
7 Things to Consider When Helping Your Teen Pursue Entrepreneurship
Teens today are considering entrepreneurship as a career path. Fortunately, it is one of the fastest growing majors, and with a bit of elbow grease, the dough will roll in.
5 Ways to Stand out in a Crowd of Job Seekers
The best strategy for landing a new job is different for everyone, and always a moving target. Consider this range of advice if you’re on the hunt.
The Freelancing Frenzy: Behind the Boom of Independent Workers
Best-selling author of “The Future of Work,” Jacob Morgan, shares his futurist thinking on tomorrow’s workforce.
An MBA Candidate’s Mission to Sustain Startups
An aspiring MBA candidate envisioned a new way to bridge the divide between the nonprofit and for-profit world — through entrepreneurship.
How a Tuition-Free MBA Program Is Changing Higher Education
The return on investment for higher education may be high, but for many, an investment isn’t a possibility.
Jessica Herrin’s Advice for Career-Minded Moms
Jessica Herrin, serial entrepreneur and founder of Stella & Dot, opens up her playbook for how to find happiness as a mom working—not a working mom.
Why You Should Think Twice Before Skipping the MBA
Going back to school is trying on your schedule and your wallet, but these women prove it’s worth it.
Little Leaders: 4 Ways to Make Your Kids More Entrepreneurial
Instilling your child with the entrepreneurial mindset helps to ensure they are ready to compete in ever-changing work and business environments.
Why You Should Consider a Degree in Agribusiness
Whether on the farm, or in the city, with nearly 60,000 job openings, agribusiness may just be the breath of fresh air you need.
Damsels in Success: Why We Need More Women Engineers
In a world where engineers are in demand globally, four out of ten women are leaving the profession.
Locating the Biggest Piece of the Gender-Gap Puzzle
With money in their pocket and control over their own resources, women can make decisions about how to make life better for themselves and their children.
To Groom STEM Students, Hone Their Soft Skills
As schools warm up to new possibilities like robotics competitions, it's hard to deny the potential for STEM to teach teamwork and collaboration to a generation that will need it.
How Ben Collins Transitioned from Olympian to MBA Graduate
Non-linear routes through careers and studies are often unexpected, as they can be particularly trying and challenging, unless you’re coming from the Olympics.
3 Advantages of an Online MBA Program
Regardless of your preference relative to an educational program, it is with great certainty that I believe you can find one that suits your needs.
3 Unexpected Things You Gain from an MBA
If you want to develop confidence, credibility and curiosity in a safe environment with others who are also focused on self-improvement, business school is a great route to take.
4 Women Reflect on the Road to Furthering Their Education
We asked a handful of women on the verge of re-entering the working world what drove them to hit the books once again.
How One Initiative Is Pushing Business Schools to Step Up
Business schools provide the unique opportunity to interact with the concepts at hand, as long as programs are integrating with industries and real-life experiences.
Women on the Verge of an MBA
Making the decision to pursue an MBA isn’t made in a heartbeat. See what the women in this diverse student panel have to say, as they take us inside their journey to business school and beyond.
Dispelling Misconceptions About Getting Your MBA
When embarking down the path to business school, keep in mind that they’re going to be two of the hardest (and most fun) years of your life, so it’s important to put yourself in an environment that feels safe and comfortable.
Going the Distance: Brandon Lloyd Stresses Saving Now
NFL wide receiver Brandon Lloyd may be known for his success on the field—but he’s striving to make that success last beyond his career.
Financial Literacy Programs: Stuck in the 20th Century?
Most financial literacy programs are stuck in the past. They fail to recognize that working families live different financial lives than families even 20 years ago.
Defending Data: Chris Bosh Talks Analytics
The Miami Heat’s Power Forward holds court on the analytics that impact his play on the NBA stage, as well as the technology opportunities he’s interested in off the court.
Money Talks: Using Education as an Equalizer
The dust from the economic downturn may be settled yet, for many, confidence still is shaken.
How a Sponsor Helps You Climb Higher in Your Industry
Having a sponsor increases the likelihood of you asking for a raise, and makes it more likely you’ll succeed in getting that raise.
Is Your Financial Personality Negatively Affecting Your Wealth?
It’s been said that the best things in life are free, but our spending patterns tell a different story. More often than not, what we want requires cold hard cash.
After Monopoly: 5 Ways to Teach Your Kids About Money
Youth financial education is a hot topic and a much-needed one in the U.S. Here are five ways to make a difference.
How Families Can Reshape Student Debt
Due to the burden of debt, many young adults are delaying marriage, buying a home or starting a family. Here’s how to improve financial well-being at this critical life stage.
5 Figures That Show the Undeniable Power of Small Businesses
The Small Business Administration (SBA) estimates that between 1993 and 2013, small businesses created a whopping two-thirds of the nation’s net new jobs.
Know Your Enemy: Top Tips from a Hacker
World-famous hacker-turned-security expert Kevin Mitnick shares best practices for staying safe in an increasingly exploited digital universe.
What You Should, But Might Not Know About Financial Literacy
Each of us appreciates a support system to help us make good decisions. Savvy advice from friends allows us to analyze and filter information, which can result in beneficial outcomes.
5 Careers for Anyone Considering a Job in Game Development
Video games continue to evolve as an art form and as an industry. The number of unique career paths this diversification has opened within game development is significant.
From Wall Street to Cyberia: The Next Career Epicenter
High tech gadgets are a major part of kids' lives and the world around them. At the same time, crime, fraud and scams are lurking online.
Money Matters: 5 Lessons to Teach Your Child This Summer
A recent study concludes children are capable of learning smart money habits by age 4 and core behaviors are set by age 7.
Frank Abagnale: Are You Doing Enough to Protect Your Identity?
Identity theft has progressed into the modern age. The more insight we have into identity-protecting habits and how to avoid social media dangers and phone scams, the better prepared we'll be.
Seeing Success As a Small Business Leader Today
We gathered a panel of leading voices from the industry to give us their take on how to steer a small business through today’s complex world of business finance.
From Big Data to Business Intelligence: 5 Tips for Transforming Your Business
While most organizations have more data than they know what to do with, important decisions are still being made on gut and intuition.
Business Hacks: 3 Thought Leaders Share Advice for Entrepreneurs
Is password sharing putting your company’s security at risk? Can social media actually impact your bottom line? From big data to small business technology, our experts weigh in on the changing face of business technology.
Daymond John on Being a Business Shark in the Data Pool
They call him the “people’s shark” for good reason. Daymond John is only interested in seeing everyone grow and be successful in their business.
Franchising Presents New Options for Budding Entrepreneurs
Franchising presents an array of potential for anyone looking to open a small business in a challenging economy.
Recipe for Success: Baking Tech Into the Business Plan
For these renowned bakers, technology adds a new flavor to customer service, convenience and even their cupcakes.
Barbara Corcoran's 2016 Business Guide for Women
The real estate mogul turned celebrity investor shares her advice for women entrepreneurs trying to break into the business world.
A Sound Investment: Changing the Way We Teach Financial Literacy
While many experts agree that the path to financial literacy begins at home, parents may not be able to teach their own kids everything they need to know about money management in a complex world.
Arne Duncan Brings Financial Education to the Students of America
The U.S. Secretary of Education sits down to discuss why financial education is an important matter to bring into the classroom.
Financial Well-Being: Coming to a Workplace Near You
When it comes to the well-being of employees, there are various aspects to consider. Top of mind for employers these days is financial wellness, which is rapidly gaining popularity.
Early Acceptance: Should We Mandate Financial Education?
High school students who complete a rigorous, carefully implemented personal finance program may see improvement in credit behavior down the road.
What’s Next for the PC Gaming World?
Industry experts sound off on how virtual reality may shape the future of video games, as well as what else gamers should keep their eye on.
Work Hard, Play Hard: the Road to Gaming Professionally
Talking to Evil Geniuses founder and CEO, Alex Garfield, and EG star player Geoff Robinson on how to make professional gaming a viable career choice.
Internet of Things Paves the Way for Next Generation Health Care
The Internet of Things is working to improve our health and our health care system, on both a personal and public level.
Building, Exploring and Teaching in the Cloud
The explosion of “data science” in the last few years has certainly been fueled by advances in cloud computing.
Starting a Career in Data: How to be Future-Proof
The world is barely getting used to what data can and cannot do, and as a practitioner you are the one leading that education.
Tyra Banks Urges Women to Raise their Voices
The fierce model and savvy businesswoman is encouraging women and girls to stand up, speak out and study hard.
Business Guru Jim Goodnight’s Innovative Approach to Leadership
One of the most influential technology entrepreneurs of the past fifty years discusses the importance of customer communication, job security and creative management.
Top 10 Surprising Home-Based Jobs
A CFO with a flexible schedule? Discover these surprising work-from-home options.
How to Create a Functional Home Office
Dreaming of working from home? Consider these crucial environmental and personal factors to ensure you make the choice that is right for you.
When Traditional Brilliance Meets Modern Convenience
Smartphone use can close the generational gap by finding a way to access interests aids in the transition.
How Secure Is Your Personal Information?
The act of constantly being connected through social media is more popular than ever before. Patrick Vilkinofsky, industry expert, talks about what we need to consider.
Go Fish: Nev Schulman Opens Up About Dangers of the Internet
The “Catfish” star shares his tips for online dating, internet security and networking with strangers.
National Security Agency Opens Up
John DeLong sits down with Mediaplanet to debunk the myths and false perceptions surrounding the National Security Agency.
In a Cyber-Centric World, Student Engagement is Crucial
As cyber systems and processes begin to dominate our global economy, a disturbing trend is emerging.
Securing Our Digital World
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month and a good time to remember that all of us play a role in making the Internet safer.
Insider Intel: What It Takes to Beat Cyber Crime
We asked an industry expert to weigh in on the state of cyber security today, and to detail the different types of threats companies of all sizes currently face.
6 Ways to Become a Better Networker
No business owner is immune from networking, no matter how well connected or successful.
Finding a Financial Advisor Who Listens More than Talks
Finding a financial advisor who best suits your needs can be a lengthy process.
Marcus Lemonis: Starting a Business Starts with Basic Math
The star of CNBC’s “The Profit” knows a lot about business and entrepreneurship. Worth an estimated $3 billion, he’s the CEO and chairman of Camping World.
Financial Literacy Equals Economic Security
Through education, Americans have the opportunity to become more secure while expanding our economy and marketplace.
Creating a New Model for Student Entrepreneurs
What if students in grades 4-12 could start a business for between $50 and $500? What if young lives could be empowered through financial literacy and entrepreneurship?
Investing in Teachers: Furthering Financial Literacy
The financial literacy community works collaboratively to train, support and appreciate the dedicated educators who are working to prepare tomorrow’s consumers, today.
Reaching for the Cloud: Higher Education’s Next Challenge
Many industries have embraced cloud technology to create efficiencies and save costs. Here’s why higher education must do the same.
How Having an MBA Impacts Your Career
Working around a full-time job, managing time spent with textbooks vs. time spent with your family—there are a number of big obligations that can come between you and business school.
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