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Fostering a Love for English


People often overlook language as a key component in education, assuming their children will pick it up along the way and not requiring any special concern. However, especially in a family that speaks more than one language, it is important to pay extra attention to your child’s grasp of language. Whether it is their first or second language, it is important to keep up with their development and carrying out their education accordingly. For instance, if your child shows more aptitude towards Chinese, it might be wise to put him or her in a Chinese school instead of an English school so that “their English might improve” – by doing so severely handicaps your child and might cause him or her to lose interest in the subjects as they are unable to comprehend what is going on in their science or mathematics class. Here are a few steps on how to properly help your child improve their English instead. 

Teach them to love reading

One of the best and easiest ways you can help your child learn English is simply through reading. Since children follow by example, you should read novels or even magazines in front of them. When they see you reading, they will naturally follow. However, you can also read to them and this will also encourage them to pick up a book themselves. 

Encourage them to write and indulge in their imagination 

When you learn how to read, the next thing you should learn is how to write. Writing is a learned skill and writing well is not something that will come naturally when you acquire a new language. While reading will help in that aspect by giving you the experience of how sentences are strung together and how to make words flow, it is practice that will really help you take your language skills to the next level. That’s why it’s encouraged to enroll your children into creative writing classes primary school so that they can begin while they are still young and impressionable, but old enough to comprehend what they are doing. 

Watch lots of television

One thing that reading won’t give you is the nuanced way in which a particular language is spoken with. It isn’t about accent, but the very basics of how a native speaker will say certain things in, therefore it’s important to tie your education with real-world experience. Especially if you are unable to find a community of native speakers where you live, what you can do to supplement and makeup for that lack is by watching television. When you watch movies, you discover how native speakers interact with one another, from their kind of humour to the words they choose to use – in the English language, there are so many words that mean the same thing with subtle differences, especially when used in different contexts and television can help you there. Of course, you shouldn’t limit yourself to just one type of programming, make sure you watch the news, documentaries and even entertainment news as well to get a better understanding of how and when to use certain words, inflection or just a method of talking.

Surviving the First Year of University


You have done it – gotten yourself onto campus for higher education and the slew of independence and responsibility that comes with it. Sometimes this newfound freedom can be crushing because like a caged bird whose doors have been flung open, you do not know where to begin or might go overboard and overindulge, sacrificing what should be at the top of your priorities: your grades. To avoid being overwhelmed, here are a few tips to keep the new uni student grounded. 

Prioritize your grades

When you are faced with the decision to work on an assignment or to go out, always choose the former. When everything is done and ready for submission, you can enjoy the uni life. Not only will this help keep your grades in check, it might even improve productivity as you would want to get your work out of the way as soon as possible so you can join the latest campus event or hang out with your new friends. 

Birds of a feather flock together

It is completely fine to turn to a classmate for some assignment help but better yet, you will find priceless friendships when you forge them over hours of working together on your respective assignments. As they say, you are the five people you spend the most time with and you want to surround yourself with productive friends who are able to encourage one another to do their best and then go out and reward yourselves when you truly deserve it. 

Set a routine

Humans are creatures of habit, so it is important to cultivate a schedule. Otherwise, you might start to fall into disarray. Practice good habits such as having meals at fixed times down to when to bath. It will help keep a sense of security, plus you can incorporate exercise into your lifestyle so you stay fit, healthy and steer clear of the freshman fifteen. Plus, exercise or even a mediative session will help prevent you from being too stressed and allow you to clear your head with it gets too much. All the habits you cultivate for yourself now will be able to determine the kind of lifestyle you fall into when you graduate. 

Prevent burnout

Burning the midnight oil and trying to stay productive all the time is not the best option – it is simply not sustainable because we are only human and we might suffer something called… Burnout. It is not easy to get over burnout because it will leave you feeling unmotivated and lazy, much like how Bilbo described it: “I feel thin, sort of stretched, like butter scraped over too much bread”. Therefore it is important to recognize the warning signs: feeling fatigued, mounting stress, excessive worrying, distracted eating and experiencing writer’s block. When that happens, it is time to take a break, go for a run, indulge in a hobby or do what uni students do best and party!

Modernising Education Is Global Academic Industry’s Most Genius Move


Throughout human history, education has been a pillar of society that helps to shape who we each turn out to be in the long run. This is not an educated assumption. This is a fact. For every generation that goes through the education system, there are jobs to meet them when (if) they graduate. Higher education is not for everybody, and that is okay. Regardless of if an individual chooses to go to college or university or not, there are many respectable, well-paying career paths that are open to them. The argument for going to college or university has begun to heat up, and that is mostly because of the global academic industry’s bold (and long overdue) move to modernise education.

The education sector has been ripe with technological advancement and further digitalisation for the last few years, and every year the technological disruption becomes more pronounced, more edgy. These days, everything from assessment submissions and lecture circuits has gone digital. Students can easily enlist in the help of trustworthy essay writing services when they feel overwhelmed. Educators have a digital log of every student’s academic records. And perhaps most notably of all, the rise of online education has been both immanent and foreign. And yet, here we are.

Online education has been introduced over the last few years, and more and more students are finding that they want to enrol in higher education courses that have at least some variance of online learning included in their outline. Here’s the thing. Traditional education methods and models do still work, they still have merit. Traditional learning is still as great as it was all those years ago. But today’s modern student (and all the future generations of learners, for that matter) have such an overwhelming familiarity with technology and digitalisation in all other aspects of their lives, that they expect their academic environment to have more of the same.

Technological disruption in the education industry has resulted in some incredible fine-tuning of the sector. Students are more focused and happy, having finally gotten the type of learning process they have been desperate for, integrated and ready for utilisation. Even educators, whose ranks had an issue with technological disruption in education to begin with, have become familiar with and even reliant on the relative ease that feats of technological brilliance have brought to their jobs. Automation and personalisation are the name of the game, and everyone loves it all.

The global academic industries have made some bold moves in their time, but perhaps the boldest of them all is the widespread embracement of modern education. Online learning, digitising learning materials and assessment submission tabs, and introducing students to this entirely new landscape for education have forged quite a strong foundation for what is sure to be a vibrantly bright future for global education. We have already seen so much good come of the modernisation of this traditional industry, and this is only the beginning. There is so much more to come, much of it being concepts and ideas we have yet to scarcely imagine, much less to bring to life.

Education Requires Teachers with Effective Communication Strategies


For many, navigating the world in school as a student is similar each day and with each growing year. The student listens to the teacher, taking in and soaking up all the knowledge they can to pass their exams in finish their papers on time. However, from the teacher side of the classroom, coming to school each day is a little different that it used to be. All teachers were once students, but not all students become teachers. Teaching is said to be a selfless profession as the people most passionate about education dedicate their life career learning effective ways to teach the youth of the world. Teachers grow young minds into educated adults that will hopefully pursue a higher education degree like JC economics tuition or even entering a technical field. Each school year teachers spend more time with their students than anyone else. Something that students often don’t know is how much teachers learn from them. Teachers learn so much from their students. From ways of effectively communicating their instruction to the individual lives of students outside of the classroom, teachers can be outstanding role models for kids just as much as the kids can be role models for them.

Teaching is first, effective communication. Teachers must stand in front of a classroom and facilitate daily discussions that spark learning and encourage learning engagement. For some teachers, learning how to communicate to their students can be a challenge. Especially for many first year teachers, learning how to navigate teacher life can be difficult. For teachers in their first year of educating, it wasn’t long ago that they were students themselves. Understanding ways to effectively communicate stems from learning the cognitive development of the varying ages of students. Teaching is teaching, but teaching different age groups can be a challenge. For example, teaching a room full of five year olds in kindergarten will demand an entirely different type of teaching and communicating strategy compared to students even two grade levels higher in second grade.

Learning how to communicate with students comes with time spent in a classroom and personal growth as a teacher, but having a passion for teaching is natural. Some teachers unfortunately enter the education field without fully understanding what type of career they will have. Any teacher can say that all the education in the world will not prepare one for what actually being in a classroom is like. Having a passion for teaching students as a teacher is something that either one has or they don’t. If a teacher is not passionate about their job, they will be in for a miserable 40 years of their life career. To be happy in any career, one must have passion for it.  Teaching is the most effective way to learn. Individuals that wish to understanding if they have mastered a subject must first teach it to others. Whether one is an elementary, middle school, high school teacher or even a college professor, all teachers alike are the unsung heroes of every field. Every doctor, lawyer, artist, or musician all had a great teacher at one point in their education that help mold them into the professional they became.

Online Learning Technology Creates Globally Inclusive Education Landscape


Over time, the world has come to be increasingly more convenient, efficient, and fast-paced. Thanks to the various technologies at work, we have successfully forged a world that is more capable than ever before. From fine-tuning the retail experience to create custom product packaging and ensure next-day delivery, to turning the entire healthcare and education industries on their heads and strengthening them tenfold, there is something to be said about technological advancement. No matter what the future holds, the remarkable feats of success and innovation that have been made possible thanks to technology speak volumes of tech’s power to strengthen the human experience. The latest proof of this? Online education.

In what is truly an incredible feat of technological disruption in a historically traditional industry, the education sector has been given a revitalisation that has changed it irrevocably and for the better. Students today are lucky enough to be given the choice between traditional education and online education – but it has not always been this way. It has taken much time, hard work, fine tuning, and determination to close the gap in education and successfully create a globally inclusive industry. Despite the sector’s unyielding success through generation after generation, education has proven to be an exclusive advantage rather than a global right.

This is not necessarily a deliberately conscious movement, but nonetheless it is one that must be corrected. In short, traditional education put up walls for some individuals who wanted desperately to become students. First, traditional academic institutions are brick and mortar, and thus are generally limited to individuals with geographical access to them. Save for exchange students, which brings me to the second barrier. Education is expensive, and so it has been traditionally accessible only to those who are lucky enough to be wealthy enough or privileged enough to be able to afford it.

There was a gaping hole in the traditional academic industry’s reach, and that gap made it an exclusive experience. The education industry was in desperate need for a viable solution that would withstand the ages. The answer to that gap in the education sector is online education. Thanks to technological advancement and digital disruption in the education industry, online education has been able to rise through the ranks and place itself firmly in a position of grace and power. Without technological disruption in the education industry, online learning would not exist, and education would remain to be an exclusive experience.

Education should be a global right, and online education is arguably the most important stepping stone to making that right a bright reality. This is an incredibly exciting time for the education industry and for the world of technological evolutions. This incredibly positive transformation for the education sector speaks volumes of the kind of power that modernisation and technological disruption offer the world – now and in the future. We continuously speak of a world where we are all equal, and this technological innovation in education is an exhilarating leap in the right direction to making that a reality.

Why the World Is Moving Towards Online Examinations


The world is changing, and education is just one of the industries that is changing with it. thanks to technological advancement and digitalisation, we are currently in an era that has never been more interconnected or convenient, than it is right now. At its very core, the idea of education is to strengthen an individual’s skills and talents. When individuals become students, they take on the commitment and the accountability of being driven and even motivated to work towards academic excellence and the best version of themselves possible.

Most of the world has been exhilarated and ready for the digital evolution, but industries like education are traditional in their foundations, and for them the burn has been a little slower for tech adaptation. In fact, education is quite the slow-burning industry in itself. Students who study via the online exam system are the first generation of what is sure to be an exciting, revolutionary movement towards online examinations and overall education. But why?

Technology equals efficiency

In this modern era, the generations that are up and coming through the education system currently are individuals that have grown up in a world that is increasingly reliant on technological evolution. Quite simply, technology refers to anything that is designed with one goal in mind: to make the lives of individuals around the world more efficient.

Thanks to technology, we can travel faster, eat faster, move faster, learn faster, and expand faster. Everything in life today has been digitalised, on some level, to be a stronger, more relevant adaptation of a past ideal. Online examinations provide students the opportunity to learn in the most efficient way they know how: with technological implementation.

Students these days thrive best when using technology

The rise of technological advancement has come with students who have grown up in a world where technology is available at the tips of their fingers always. Students today are the same individuals who have grown up surrounded by smart televisions and smartphones, the beginnings of AI in the home (virtual home assistants), and even semi-electronic vehicles. With this type of upbringing, a natural inclination to technology is inevitable.

Now that these generations are developing into students, they are expectant that their learning experience will mimic the environments they are most used to. With such a strong inclination towards technology, it is not surprising that students today thrive at their best when technology is implemented into their learning experience. For this reason, online exams will bring out the best in students.

Online exams allow for students to be more flexible

Studying online is something that has been a great topic of discussion over the years, but lately it has become more and more common place. When students take exams online, they are able to be more flexible with their study leading up to exams, which leads to them feeling much stronger mentally going into the exam. Additionally, online exams are efficient because they give these students the opportunity to sit exams in an environment that feels most comfortable to them, rather than a crammed examination room with the sounds of sick fellow students and a ticking clock on the wall.

11 Best Amazon Summer Internship jobs


What is it like to intern at Amazon?

If you’re thinking about a summer internship, Amazon internship programs can be exactly what you’re looking for! These programs are widely recognized, and the participation in them can be a ticket to your future job.

The Amazon high school internship programs are available in a wide range of disciplines and usually last for 12 weeks. Programs are mostly designed for engineering undergraduates, MBA, and Ph.D. candidates. Students need more free time and look for a coursework help service for students.

Amazon Summer Internship Jobs

You may ask yourself why do you need to participate in the Amazon internship experience? Well, this could be a good opportunity to develop your skills and a strong kick-off for your career. Also, it could be a great way to earn a little money. You can check Amazon internship salary rates on the Internet easily by clicking on the official cite.

So, let us take a look at the jobs for interns at Amazon.

Software Development Engineer Internship

Amazon is now looking for an intern for a Software Development Engineer position to join the technical development team in the headquarters office (Seattle, WA). The candidate should be currently studying Computer Science, Computer Engineering or other technical program connected to software development (at Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program). The candidate should graduate university between December 2018 and September 2019.

Required working schedule – 40 hrs per week for 12 weeks in a row (August-December 2018).

 Amazon Summer Marketing Internship

Amazon is also looking for a Marketing intern to join the Marketing team. The candidate will be conducting marketing campaigns on the Internet and optimize content through different channels. This job requires planning, managing and measuring the results of marketing campaigns from European markets. A Marketing intern will work on developing and testing online content and implementing the online marketing strategy.

Amazon Future Engineer Internship

Being the future engineer intern at Amazon, you will work closely with the technical manager, as well as your intern colleagues. You will get a great experience of working with new technologies and unique tools. As the part of the engineering team, you will have the opportunity to study the network and collaborate with Amazon leaders, visit unforgettable events and create long-term bonds.

Amazon Public Policy Internship

A Public Policy Intern will collaborate closely with the team to provide consistency between the goals of a business and governmental policy. The candidate will work on developing activities in collaboration with the government, suggest improvement of strategies, etc.

 Amazon Logistics Internship

Logistics program intern will be responsible for managing materials and resources, controlling stock and storage, planning internal movement and distribution. The candidate will communicate with suppliers and customers, manage distribution channels.

Amazon Performance Media Internship

A candidate for Performance Media Internship will be part of a media team. Candidate must be result oriented, have analytical skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills. This intern will also be involved in several marketing initiatives and will learn, first of all, how to configure, execute, observe and optimize traffic campaigns.

Amazon Business Analyst Internship

Intern on this program will mainly analyze customers’ demand and needs, define scopes, and evaluate business processes. The candidate will have to study trends, competition and market to evaluate and improve a company strategy.

Amazon Computer Science Internship

Intern participating in this program will have to provide computer support services to the company, it’s servers, programs. This internship program also requires the management of IT services and the database administration.

Amazon Accounting Internship

The Accounting intern will give assistance in all Accounting areas to obtain experience and knowledge of the profession. A candidate who will participate in the Accounting Internship program will assist the accounting assignment, bookkeeping, cash book management. This person will carry out accounting analyzes, manage insurance documents, labor charges, conduct consultation and collect documentation.

Amazon Product Manager Internship

Product Manager Internship program requires work connected with the tracking of performance in terms of sales strategy and profitability, conducting and managing trends research, identifying opportunities for new products, services. The intern will plan and manage the development of products, analyze impacts and profitability of products, improve the product according to the needs of customers and the market.

Amazon Human Resources Internship

A Human Resources intern will be an assistant in the human resources department and will provide job posting, screening of resumes, recruitment of candidates. The candidate will also provide support with planning interviews, conducting interviews, controlling spreadsheets and documents. He (or she) will be responsible for maintenance of data and performance of management system.

Amazon Web Service Internship

A Web Service Internship program is seeking a candidate who will work on custom coding, design, and layout of web services. The candidate will be responsible also for the integration of data from various services and databases, creating and maintaining documentation for software, etc.

Amazon Mechanical Engineering Internship

A candidate who will participate the Mechanical Engineering Internship Program will conduct feasibility studies and mechanical equipment projects, elaborate technical specifications for external contracting (projects, equipment, systems, and services), help to develop technical requirements and orientation of projects.

 How can you get a summer internship at Amazon?

  • Send your application online through Amazon’s recruitment page.
  • Apply by the referral of some coworker of Amazon. Ask him (her) to provide you with a referral for an interview. If you don’t know any of Amazon’s employees, you can find someone working here through LinkedIn or Facebook.
  • Send the direct email to the HR manager. Don’t forget to attach your resume and motivation.
  • Apply through you college – Amazon collaborates with some colleges for recruiting purposes.

Amazon internship interview questions

Interview questions for internship programs usually relate to your specialty and the specifics of an internship program that you would like to take part in. You can find many examples of interview questions on the internet.

Advantages and disadvantages of an internship. Conclusions

Unpaid internships are the great opportunity to know the reality of your professional area. It can help you gain a lot of experience and give you winning chances. Let’s take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of a summer internship.

First of all, Amazon summer internship 2018 will enrich your Curriculum Vitae (CV). Think like a recruiter. What do you prefer: a candidate with no experience or someone who already has a contract with a reality of work? From a purely analytical point of view, a candidate with professional experience will be more valued in the labor market. Internship experience reveals your proactiveness, which is always highly valued. In addition, the internship enables the development of a good network of contacts. Working in your professional area allows you to develop useful contacts.

How about the disadvantages? The first and most obvious disadvantage is the lack of payment and lack of working conditions. In many cases, interns do not get the same working conditions as those hired. In addition to that, the fact that the work is not highly paid can be discouraging for many interns.

Although unpaid internships are a good way to enter the labor market, they are not a single possibility. The internship is not a guarantee, but rather an opportunity for paid work.

Obviously, there is no consensus on unpaid internships. There will always be advantages and disadvantages. The key to getting the most out of the stage is to use all the advantages in your favor. Even if the internship does not guarantee you a future hiring, however, it can be one of your best prospects.

It Is All in the Science – Studying STEM Courses


The decision to study any type of degree is often a heavy one, and for those who choose to commit to higher education for four full years, often have, at the very least, the semblance of a plan for their professional future. Students commit years of their lives to graduate and then go on to prepare to begin their careers. For some, that preparation comes in the form of crafting an investment banking resume template, while for others it comes with internships and training days to train them up for their newly forged career.

One of the most difficult fields to work towards, and then successfully get into, is the fields that are categorised under the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) umbrella. Historically, there has been a significant gender gap in  female students who take on STEM courses, and male students. With the help of strengthening online education methods and platforms, studying subjects of such substance has never been more inclusive, but there is a long way to go.

For the inspiring young women (and men, for that matter) that are currently taking on STEM studies – or even aspiring to – there is one piece of advice that is crucial to balancing (and exceeding) one’s studies. Science is not one of those branches of education that can easily be sidestepped around, with minimal effort put in. To yield successful results, all students studying courses that fall under the STEM umbrella must pay attention. This may seem obvious, but put it this way: if you do not go to a class, and you do not understand the definition of something given in the standard issue text, then you opt out of having the chance to learn any other definitions that may be easier for you to understand. Effort matters.

Due to its precise nature, STEM courses demand a lot of forethought, effort, and even repetition. When studying heavy topics, it can be incredibly beneficial to go over the content covered multiple times. Doing so allows students to familiarise themselves with the content on a level that, with each repetition, almost becomes second nature. Over time, this increased repetition results in a resurgence and consequential ingraining of the information into the individual’s memory, allowing them to better maintain important information.

STEM degrees are among the most difficult that a student can take on, and it is incredibly important that all students aiming to excel in studies of this nature are prepared for the intense time ahead of them. Studying, revision, research, assignments, and last minute cramming all come together to forge what can be an immensely stressful experience if the individual is not adequately prepared for it. More than anything, science is a branch of education that attracts future pioneers of human development and revolutionary discovery. Therefore, the skills needed to tackle such prominent topics in the world today (and in the future going forward) rely primarily on determination, commitment, efficiency, and accuracy. These are the four cornerstones for choosing to study STEM for higher education purposes.

Mental Health of College and University Students in Crisis


Throughout their studies, college and university students find themselves having to embrace the life of a student in all ways. Whether it be applying for internships or cramming for the upcoming biology finals, there are challenges and stress around every corner. While the life of a student is full of challenges and hard work, it is abundantly worthwhile when they reach the finish line and come out of the experience with a degree and a deeper appreciation of the hustle it takes to make it through the tunnel and out the other side.

It is no secret that higher education is challenging. The average course load for a full-time student is four courses, sometimes even more if they get approved for extra credit. While four courses seem simple enough in theory, the reality is that each of these courses is designed to be an intensive, twelve-week subject that crushes an abundance of information into a miniscule time. Students not only have to turn up to classes and complete revisions every week to stay on top of and refresh their past week’s information intake, but they must also study for upcoming exams, research, write, proofread, and edit assessments, participate in class discussions, and maintain every other aspect of life at the same time. The level of stress goes on increasing as one starts post graduation and later starts working on PhD. Though some tasks can be outsourced like opting for professional english editing services to edit the manuscript, students have a major task to take care of, which includes increased no. of assignments and projects.

If that does not sound stressful enough yet, there is also the reality that not every student has the luxury of being able to get by as a student without having to work to keep themselves above water. Some students juggle a full-time course load, work full time hours, and attempt to maintain a social life with family, pets, and friends. There is a lot of sacrifice that is consistently going on in the average student’s life, and it is important to realise that such an immense work load often evolves into a hefty weight on their shoulders. It is not uncommon for a student’s mental health to suffer when they are experiencing difficulties coping. In fact, it is an unfortunate and sad fact of life that many students experience worsening mental conditions over the duration of their studies, making the darkness more and more difficult to find their way out of.

While some universities and colleges have treatment centres and procedures in place, even many of them do not make students abundantly aware of such treatments. The chaos of university spills over to the institutions themselves, but that is not an excuse by any means. Schools are well aware of the strains of taking on so much work at the one time, and the simple fact is that they must step up and take accountability for the students within their facilities that are struggling. Students do not always feel supported and understood, and as a result many of them do not feel comfortable coming forward with their struggles. This can obviously have catastrophic results.

The mental health strains on students can come in waves, or can form like a rigid ball in their chest, unwilling or unable to be moved. Regardless of the form it takes and how it presents itself, mental health among students around the world is not to be taken lightly. In fact, if anything, the mental health of the minds taking on the responsibility of being a student should be the number one priority now and always.

Preparing for College Can Take a Lifetime of Learning


School is an integrated facet of many developed societies. Whether one attends public or private school after their PreK years, they are still in some type of structured form that demonstrates the foundational principles of learning and obtaining a proper academic education throughout childhood and adolescent development. School and getting an education are important. Those early years set students up to be anything they want to be if they have the intellectually ability to succeed academically to get into which private colleges or other higher education institutions they choose. Picking a college can be hard, but preparing for college can be even more difficult.


College preparation can truly take a lifetime of learning. Starting in kindergarten and even before then, early intervention of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) and reading programs allow students to get ahead and begin their academic career being ready and able to take on any task given to them. For some students it seems as though academics come easy to them whereas others may struggle. Unfortunately, for the students that struggle in early academic life, it can take a lot of catching up before college if they are continually left behind year after year in elementary, middle, and high school. Preparing for college takes the right amount of academic desire for learning and obtaining a degree. To get into college, a student must have excellent study habits to excel at academic standardized tests required to get into the school they wish to attend. Aside from the tests, they must also obtain the right grades that a college will accept. Generally a 3.0 and higher are good grades to land a scholarship. The most important thing about going to college is making sure the tuition is covered. Whether government aid and grants or scholarship and private loans are used, paying the tuition is the only way to ensure a student gets to keep going to college. A student must make sure to budget out their finances to allow for tuition to be paid each semester.


Deciding to get a degree and going to college can seem daunting at first. It’s a lot of money and it is also a lot of time to dedicate to an education right out of high school, but getting a degree will ultimately lead to more opportunities. Many jobs now require some type of degree to even get considered for a position. A lot of jobs used to just require a high school education, but as the workforce continues to advance, so do the qualifications necessary for the job tasks. Now as fields expand and become more niche markets, the type of employee sought is often someone who specifically specializes in certain areas that can help the company grow. Many diverse minds can make great teams. College is meant to foster an environment that allows their students critical thinking skills to carry on past graduation and into the work environments to work on great teams and develop outstanding projects that carry onto higher achievements.

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