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Cincinnati is home to major organizations of all shapes and sizes. Healthcare is a dominant industry—Cincinnati is home to the number three Children’s Hospital in the country and TriHealth health system, which is the 4th largest employer in the city. Major banking and consulting firms, like Fifth Third, U.S. Bancorp and Deloitte also have a major presence in Cincinnati. General Electric and Oracle round out the top employers in the tech space.Read More >
Today’s economic and workforce dynamics are constantly changing. Tomorrow’s career opportunities will be dominated by professionals who stay at the top of their game. Many professionals are turning to online courses to keep their skills fresh and earn credentials that will set them apart in a competitive market.Read More >
Are you thinking about going back to school, but aren’t sure you have the time? Worried you’ll be the oldest in your class or won’t be able to keep up? Going back to school raises a lot of questions for many adults. These concerns are especially common for working professionals who will have to balance their career, personal life and education.Read More >
We’ve all experienced it – new and advancing technologies, worldwide events reshaping society, the impact of social media platforms – the list goes on. Our communities are continuously evolving and adapting to new “normals.” How we live, work and learn is changing at a rapid rate, and as society continues to shift, the education system must follow.Read More >
Are you a mid-career professional who is thinking about going back to school? You aren’t the only one. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the number of people 35 and older who enroll in college will grow 20% by 2025. This outpaces the expected 13% increase in the number of 18-24 year olds enrolling during the same time period.Read More >