Investing Time To Make Time

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Investing Time To Make Time

When I was working full time at the convenience store down the street, I made so little that I was at work constantly. It seemed like I spent every waking minute at my job, and it was really hard to cope with the fact that I was missing so much going on at home. I started thinking more carefully about what I could do to free up time in my schedule, and I came to the conclusion that I needed to continue my education. I started thinking more seriously about going back to school, and it really felt like the right thing to do. This blog is all about investing time for school so that you have more time in the future.

3 Things To Know About Online Real Estate School

Deciding to become a real estate agent is a great career step for many people. Selling homes as a real estate agent can be very lucrative and fun, while in many cases also allowing you to have a flexible schedule. If you decide to pursue this path, you will need to attend real estate school and then take a licensing exam. Online real estate school makes this process more convenient. Read More 

How Apprenticeship Programs Can Prepare People Better For The Workforce

Anyone who wishes to pursue a particular career field can choose from several ways to get the education and skills that are needed to succeed on the job. Apprenticeship programs offer some of the best training resources that are needed to fill entry-level and more advanced positions. Many people have found greater success in their jobs after joining apprenticeship programs because of the different ways that these programs prepare apprentices for real-world careers. Read More 

How Wounded Veterans Are Getting Help And Earning Degrees

College is tough, but earning a bachelor's degree can be life-altering. In fact, the people who possess a bachelor's degree earn 75 percent over their lifetime than they would have earned with just a high school diploma. Veterans who have been medically discharged due to a physical injury or a mental challenge, like PTSD, or post-traumatic stress disorder, can get help in earning their degree as they transition to civilian life and a new career path. Read More 

5 Ways Accounting Leads To A Good Career Trajectory

Are you considering a career in accounting? While there are many reasons to choose this type of work, one of its best features is the ability to develop a stable career path. How can accounting, in particular, lead to a better career trajectory than many other choices? Here are a few ways.  1. There Are Many Options. Accounting isn't a "one size fits all" career choice. In fact, within this catch-all term are a variety of actual positions. Read More 

Which Professional Healthcare Role Is Right For You?

Doctor, nurse, nurse practitioner, physician's assistant, doctor of nursing — who does what? What is the difference between all of these healthcare professionals, and how did they get to where they are? If you are interested in continuing your education but are not quite sure where you want to end up, here is a condensed list of options that may be available to you.  Physician A physician is someone who has finished a 4-year bachelor's degree, as well as 4 years of medical school. Read More