Posts Tagged‘education’

Bharat Bhise HNA – Reasons to Become an Ethical Hacker

Many years ago I an remember my good friend Bharat Bhise HNA telling me that he decided that he wanted to become an ethical hacker. Bharat was always an absolute wizard when it came to computers and it seemed to make perfect sense that he would go into a career such as this. Back then people like Bharat were few and far between but these days the career path of being an ethical hacker is more popular than ever before. If you, like Bharat, have good intentions and some great computing knowledge, here is why you should consider this profession. Well…

Adding Some Context to the American Musical and Dramatic Academy Reviews

AMDA is one of the best performing arts colleges in the country and I spent 3 of the most amazing years there. I was looking at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy reviews last week as i wanted to leave my own review about my time at this special college. I feel that there isn’t enough depth or context to the reviews which have been written on there and so I wanted to give me own view on what life is like at the college, studying performing arts and most importantly, what you can do in order to get the most…

Does Your College Major Matter in the “Real World”?

To say that freshmen often stress about their choice of major is an understatement. Indeed, many college students have spent sleepless nights trying to decide what major they should choose, and, by extension, what career path they should pursue. What’s worse is that they have to make these tough decisions at the age of eighteen. Understandably, college students can feel a good degree of pressure because of this. However, there’s growing evidence to suggest that your choice of major in college doesn’t really matter all that much –– if at all. According to research, just over a quarter of college…

Girish Navani – An Unknown Inspiration

Souce: Pexels Have you ever met someone and taken an instant liking to them? Someone who’s energy is infectious and someone who makes you want to be better? I was lucky enough to meet such a person in Girish Navani, someone who a friend of mine met some years ago and a man who started to come out with us every Thursday night. I never really knew Girish personally but we did actually spend quite a lot of time together in the same group. Girish Navani at that stage was only in the UK for a short while and then…

3 Reasons to Start Looking Into Resume Writing Services Today

Writing a perfect resume can be hard work, especially if you haven’t taken a lot at yours in a while (or if you don’t even have one!). Many people don’t realize that they should be constantly updating their resume, even if they have been in the same career for decades. An updated and well-thought out resume not only shows that you are qualified, but also that you care. If you’ve been having trouble updating or creating your resume, there are several things you can do to help out. Nowadays there are tons of resume templates and examples on the internet.…

The True Value of a College Education

Getting a college education has never been more expensive than it is right now, yet, most people consider a college degree integral to any future success. But why? Obviously, there are many outstanding professionals who have managed to excel without a college degree. What’s more, there are plenty of ways to get an education outside of the traditional collegiate setup. So again the question is: why does society place such a premium on attending college? Here, we’ll explain the real, but often overlooked, benefits to collegiate studies and demonstrate the true value of higher education: Skills vs Knowledge There’s a…

How to Get An Education Without Going to College

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the average cost of college tuition (including room, board and other fees) for the 2015-2016 academic year was $22,432. If you multiple that amount to account for the four years it takes to get most college degrees, then the average cost of higher education at that time would have been almost $90,000. And with prices only increasing every year, it’s obvious that getting a degree puts a serious dent in a person’s finances. It’s the price you pay for the convenience of growing and learning in a one-stop spot. But for those…

Mack Prioleau Provides a Job Description of the Financial Analyst

The role of the financial analysts can be somewhat confusing for those who don’t have an in-depth understanding of this profession. This is why Mack Prioleau, a highly respected financial analyst, has taken the time to shed some light on it. One of the reasons why it may be needed for Greater clarity on this role is because so many people want to become CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) in particular. It is a highly paid job and also a very glamorous career comma but there should not be reasons to take on this profession. A good financial analyst is truly…

7 Reasons Why College Is Worth It

There’s a lot of talk about a college degree not being worth what it used to be. Don’t believe the nay-sayers. Here are 7 reasons why college is worth it. From a very young age, people are taught that the right thing to do after high school is to apply for college and get that diploma! However, with America’s college debt at an all-time high, higher education can often seem like nothing more than a dream. But does that mean that we should give up on that dream altogether? It might surprise you to know that a college education can…

How College Can Help You Reach Your Personal Development Goals

Personal development happens at different rates for everyone, but there are some environments that really encourage it. Click here to learn how college can help you reach your personal development goals. Everyone knows college can improve your financial well-being, but few fail to realize that it can help in other areas of your life. For instance, it can assist with your personal development goals and overall life goals. If you have achievements you want to reach in your lifetime, then you may just find that a higher education can take you ten steps closer to doing so. Now, let’s take…