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Choosing Careers With Confidence

When you’re making decisions about subjects to study, whether at university, or as choices for your GCSEs or A-Levels, it helps you to have a career in mind. An overarching aim makes it simpler to break down all the choices you have to make between where you are now and achieving that objective into simple decisions that can advance your cause or hinder it – so for example if the career you’ve picked is Accountancy, it helps you choose A Levels that make achieving that goal more likely: maths based subjects will help you, a full slate of humanities might…

5 Easy-Breezy Tips to Prepare Your Kids for School

Seeing your kids growing every day is a bittersweet experience. Of course you are excited and happy to see them grow but at the same time you feel scared and protective of them especially that they will soon be exposed to the world. Slowly, you can’t help but to let go of them. Many parents surely feel this way during the big milestones in their children’s life. One of the biggest leap is when the kid starts kindergarten, primary school, then after a few years, college. Going to school for the first time is indeed a major change in a child’s routine and definitely a big milestone in their life. As a parent, you should guide…

How To Grow Your Court Reporting Career

You chose a career as a court reporter for the breadth of opportunities it provides, but now after a few years you’re starting to feel a bit stale and stagnant. This is completely normal. Choose any profession and talk to anyone who has been working in it for a few years and you’ll meet people who are wanting and looking for more. In fact, we’re excited that you’re a court reporter who wants more from their job and career. You see court reporting as more than a job but as a vocation and something that allows you to make a…

Working on the Front Line

Work on the front line can mean a number of things, but today we’re talking about the UK welfare state – a catch-all term for a number of different closely related services including social work, the NHS and the criminal justice system. All of these different services have a broad spread of different workers behind the doctors, social workers, and barristers to help keep the wheels turning, from administrators to procurement officers but today we’re looking at those on the front line, outside offices dealing with people every day. Criminal Justice You would expect the justice system to be overwhelming…

The Best Back-To-School Essentials For Dorm Life

As sad as it may be for many of you, the return to college life is just around the corner and now is the time that you need to start getting yourself prepared for the new year. We still have a little bit of time of course, which gives you more than enough opportunities to get prepared, and buy your back to school stuff now. If you are moving into a new dorm then this is even more important so we have out together a quick list of essentials which you will need for your college days. Coat-hangers Coat-hangers are…

How to File a Truck Accident Claim

Being involved in an accident with an 18-wheeler or other oversized vehicle can be terrifying. These types of vehicles can cause much more harm than smaller vehicles, and if you get into a crash with one while you’re in a smaller vehicle, you may suffer injuries or have your car totaled. If you do find yourself in an accident with a truck, you need to be sure to follow some specific steps to file a truck accident claim in order to receive compensation for any injuries or other losses you suffered as a result. In his article, “How to File…

Why you should send your kids to an international school

As parents, you want the very best for your kids. It’s natural. One of the biggest impacts you can have on your kids’ lives is choosing where to send them to school, so of course, this is something that you are going to spend a long time thinking about. You have so many choices – state, private or even international. There are a number of reasons why you should choose international. Learning new languages International schools offer a variety of languages to learn. Unlike at state schools, your kids will not be learning a language as a single subject. Instead,…

Dr Curtis Cripe on Everything You Wanted to Know About Neuro Engineering

Within engineering there are many individual branches which focus on a wide range of different aspects of life. Today we are going to look into a highly specific aspect of biomedical engineering called neuroengineering. This branch of the engineering tree is a highly specialized and important branch of medical engineering, which is where some of the world’ most brilliant minds are working. We caught up with the incredible and highly knowledgeable Dr. Curtis Cripe, to find out more about what neuroengineering is, and how you could get into this field of engineering. What is Neuroengineering? Neuroengineering is the branch of…

Ryan Jacob CAE Reaches out to Help the Environment

Ryan Jacon CAE is studying towards becoming a clean air engineer. As part of his studies, he has set up the Clean Air Engineering campaign. As a college student, he loves the NFL and the NBA as well as fitness. As a human, however, he loves nothing more than the environment. This is CAE Ryan Jacob has set up his campaign and how he aims to save the world. Ryan Jacob CAE Uses His Knowledge to Help the Environment If the world was a lawsuit, humanity would be the defendant and Mother Earth would be the prosecutor. And, quite rightly,…

Dayanna Volitich on How to Help Kids Through Middle School

When a child enters middle school, they also become preteens, which is perhaps the most awkward part of their entire life. While many parents have read What to Expect When You Are Expecting and the Toddler Tantrum Guide, it seems there is a significant lacking of books that help parents manage this difficult time during their child’s life. However, according to Dayanna Volitich, it is possible to make this period as painless as possible, with the right support and guidance. Dayanna Volitich on Making it Through the Middle School Years There are a number of reasons why the middle school…