The Benefits of a Master's Degree In Today's Job Market

 

The recent statistics showed that only about eight percent of people presently have a master’s degree while, many more are planning to obtain one soon enough. The reason being that, getting a bachelor’s degree is no longer enough to help  anyone get to the topmost level of their career. In today’s competitive market, this isn’t something that can always work for you especially if you are a career person; often times you will need more qualifications.
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Overcoming Your Blogging Fears


We all have fears when it comes to starting a business, running with an idea or growing our network and it's normal. Sometimes these fears can be overwhelming, and to think that they are not even real can also be physically exhausting. But, once you know what to do to overcome those fears, then there isn't so much to be worried about. It can be a tough decision starting a blog and sometimes, you have to feel the fear and do what you're meant to do regardless of how you feel. So, here is something to help you overcome all your blogging fears.
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4 Fab Ways Multitasking Can Enhance Your Career


If you have been following the multitasking conversation recently, you will know the emphasis is changing. What used to be a bulletproof character trait is now under threat as it might lower your focus and increase stress. Using it as a tool for career progression then, might not sound like a good idea; however, it often makes the difference for employers. They love a candidate who can multitask and aren’t afraid to let applicants know it. Here are the reasons why.
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How to Become More Powerful from The Inside


We as humans tend to prize those who have power over others. We think of the manager of a firm dictating when his employees must be in at work. Of course, this is not a terrible form of power, as it’s a mutual contractual obligation between them and the employees of the firm, a voluntary and recompensed ideal. However, all forms of power over others due have a certain allure, something that is reflected in our politics (on both sides of the aisle) and in smaller, generalized ways we might see in our everyday life.
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