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What is Instructional Design & What Career Options Exist?

As educational institutions and employers have quickly transitioned to remote learning and training environments, the need for instructional design is more apparent than ever. Taking in-person instruction and transitioning it to online learning is extremely challenging, which is why highly-skilled instructional designers are essential. 

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Best Online College Courses To Prepare You For The Next Decade’s Hottest Careers

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. 

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Best Degrees for Older Adults Looking to Make Their Next Career Move

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.

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What Can You Do With an Accounting Degree?

An accounting degree might seem straightforward. It probably calls to mind spreadsheets and tax forms. But that’s only part of the picture. As technology advances and the financial landscape becomes more complex, there are a growing number of careers for accounting majors—CPA or not.

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Is a Master's Degree Right For Me? 7 Reasons Why it May Be The Right Time

Industries today are becoming more complex and interconnected. Employers are looking for people with deep subject matter expertise. They’re also looking for professionals with extensive interpersonal skills who can lead their organization forward. This combination is emblematic of master’s degree holders, which is why it’s not surprising that completions of master’s degrees increased by 31% between 2008 and 2018.

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