Doctors often diagnose and prescribe treatments for sick, injured or otherwise disabled patients, but the daily, nitty-gritty care often falls to health care support staff, like nursing, psychiatric and home health aides. In fact, it is often these care providers that patients get to know and trust the most, especially when in a long-term care facility like a nursing home. Here is a glimpse at what these important professionals do — and what it’s like to be one of them: http://www.schools.com/news/nursing-home-health-aides-salary-career-outlook.html
If you want to stand out among the rest of the college applicants at competitive schools, you need to know how to stand out among them right? Well, here are three ways you CAN do it: http://www.schools.com/articles/three-ways-strong-applicant-competitive-schools.html
To view the full infographic, check it out here: http://www.onlinecolleges.com/infographics/student-debt.html
Take a look at the infographic below to learn more about blended learning and how it’s being used in some K12 classrooms:
If you don’t want to go completely traditional or completely online, think about hybrid learning! Here are some of the benefits you should consider: http://www.schools.com/articles/hybrid-learning-three-things-to-consider.html
With the growth of the online dating industry comes a number of jobs…none of which are taboo anymore.
Which jobs are they? Check out this article for more: http://www.schools.com/articles/emerging-field-online-dating.html
In many cases, telecommuting can be beneficial not only to the employee (less stress), but to the employer as well (less overhead, higher employee retention). Take a look at the numbers behind telecommuting to see the trends in who is working from home, why US workers desire the ability to work from home, and how telecommuting is growing globally: http://www.citytowninfo.com/infographics/telecommute-continuing-rise.html
Savvy students entering college these days know that arriving prepared can go a long way toward helping ensure a higher-ed experience is a successful one − or at least that it may be the launching for a good start. One essential component of that student survival toolkit may be a laptop, something no college student should be without. But what about those students for whom simply attending college represents the culmination of both their and their families’ highest hopes, for whom a laptop represents a nonessential luxury? Are those obviously bright, motivated students looking at failure because they can’t afford the necessary technological school supplies? The following colleges are working to ensure that if students end up making an early departure, it isn’t because they didn’t have the proper supplies.
To check out the colleges that are on the list, check it out here: http://www.schools.com/articles/colleges-provide-tech-offerings-to-students
As an online student, these mobile apps should be helping you! Do you use any of them? Check out the list and make sure to make your life a little easier: http://www.schools.com/articles/useful-mobile-apps-online-college-students.html