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A Masters in Business Administration may offer you many different career options--sometimes depending on which graduate school you attend. This article gives you some pointers.
Engineers design for people--not machines. As the author of this article points out "our engineers have a task ahead of them that has little to do with becoming more proficient inventors and everything to do with becoming better humans."
Your brain learns in surprising ways! This brief article offers new strategies for learning!
Is it just self-fulfillment that you must aim for? Or, should an idea of service to others also guide your choice of career?
Psychologists conduct an experiment to test memory and comprehension after a class. Those students who take notes long-hand do better on comprehension than those who use laptops.
They may in fact make more than those in the professional fields. Most studies of how majors prepare students for careers only look at salaries upon graduation. This study takes a longitudinal view--over the working lifetimes of graduates in different majors. This report may surprise you.
Is there really a shortage of science and tech graduates to fill available jobs? Indeed, as this article explains, there may be a surplus.
Martin L. Gross, a CCNY engineering grad, had more than one career in a long productive life.
It has been predicted that sometime in the 2030s robots will outnumber us. What does that mean for your future?