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Review our list of alternative career paths to apply your legal knowledge in a variety of work settings.
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Using work and life credits when going back to school can help you finish your degree or certificate quickly while spending less on tuition.
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Marketing is a dynamic field that offers a wide variety of professional opportunities, but newcomers may hold outdated misconceptions about the industry.
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Navigating application tracking systems can be tricky. Learn more about how they work and tips to help your application stand out.
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Despite common misconceptions about tech professionals, creative people often excel in technical roles. Learn about careers in tech suited for creatives.
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Are you interested in franchising but still fuzzy on exactly what it is, how it works, and its benefits? Use this guide to help fill your knowledge gap.
Rebecca Rouse, MPS in Homeland Security Studies Faculty member at Tulane School of Professional Advancement in New Orleans, LA
Enter the emergency and security workforce confidently with insight from a panel of industry veterans discussing how to help secure your career.
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Here's what you need to know about security clearances involved with applying for government jobs.
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Ready to make the switch from handwritten to-do lists to an online organization app? Learn more about three popular digital alternatives to day planners.
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A teacher certification enables you to work with students in grades K-12. Here are three things to consider when you decide which grade level to teach.