We have the best of intentions when making New Year’s resolutions. Somewhere along the way, many of us lose sight of the things we really need to improve. Maybe cutting sweets entirely isn’t realistic but if you can’t stick to your whole list this year, here are four resolutions worth keeping.
Did you know there are skills employers look for in job applicants that aren’t necessarily in the job ads they post? And they’re important no matter what type of job you’re looking for.
Successful employees understand emotions, what causes them, and how to manage them
Let's say you're in your 30s, married, with two kids, a bachelor's degree, and a job you're reasonably satisfied with. You know graduate school is time consuming, expensive, and often inconvenient. Even if you earn a graduate degree, there's no guarantee you'll get the job you want.So why should
Transitioning from one career to another can be challenging, so we're sharing some easy ingredients employers have told us make a career change candidate stand out.
Any time a college or university course requires group work, coordinating it can be a challenge. Especially when all group members are online students and dispersed around the world, that challenge grows exponentially. To make sure you're prepared for that class requiring a group project or
UNCG's Division of Continual Learning (DCL) conducted research with the Educational Advisory Board (EAB) to identify in-demand workplace skills that employers in the Triad, Triangle, and Charlotte metropolitan areas of North Carolina seek in their college graduate employees. More than 36,000