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Seizing a second chance: More adults going back to school to earn degrees
More adults are going back to school for a second chance to earn a degree or improve their careers.
 
New year, new career: Four growth industries for career-changers in 2015
If you're thinking about switching careers in 2015, here are four growth areas to consider.
 
Office ergonomics: Is your job literally a pain in the neck?
Millions of people work in an office environment every day, but that doesn't mean their fate has to include back aches and joint pain. Learn more about a healthy office environment.
 
Head of the class: How to get accepted to the school of your choice
Learn what you can do to help your student get into the college of his or her choice.
 
Continuing education provides competitive edge for job-hunters
Continuing education gives professionals a competitive edge in the job market.
 
Navy Reserve provides a great career option for medical students
One area where medical students are needed is the Navy Medical Reserve. Health-care professionals will gain experience helping others around the world at sea or at top medical facilities.
 
Parents: 3 holiday tech gifts that can help your kids in the classroom
What devices should parents by for kids to use in the classroom? These three types stand out.
 
Expand your career options with a global perspective
Employees who recognize and understand different business opportunities, cultures and strategies can help a company successfully negotiate diverse situations.
 
Don't wing it: tips to help prepare for your next interview
Learn these important interviewing skills before your big moment.
 
Fighting post-military unemployment on the home front
Thousands of American troops are preparing to transition out of the military and back into civilian life. Consider these tips for a smoother transition.
 
6 surprisingly common student money misconceptions
When it comes to balancing their obligations, many students learn some tough lessons for the first time as they dip their feet into adult life, particularly with their finances.
 
Now's the time to go back to school [Infographic]
Learn why this is the perfect time for you to complete your college degree.
 
5 tips to keep your child's school days from becoming sick days
Find out what you can do to boost your child's immune system and keep them healthy this school year.
 
The secret to achieving better work-life balance
Find the secret to achieving work-life balance.
 
School zone safety in the age of distractions
Be as safe as possible on the way to and from school with these tips.
 
New 'Best Places' lists help veterans make transition
More than half of veterans report that their transition from military service is "difficult."
 
Breaking the glass ceiling: Navy offers women exciting career opportunities
For teenage girls debating what they want to do with their lives after high school, the adjectives challenging, exciting, rewarding and empowering may not always be used as part of the discussion.
 
Millions with college credit contemplate degree completion
If you're thinking about going back to school to finish a degree, keep these points in mind.
 
Businesses use ethical hackers to protect your data
In an increasingly digital world, financial losses from cybercrime will continue to rise.
 
Career changers find fulfillment, job security in nursing
For those considering a new career, nursing provides diverse, flexible career advancement opportunities.
 
Not just for future scientists: STEM education spurs creativity, teamwork and problem solving
Although STEM education is recognized as a crucial way to spark students' interest in innovation and technology, there remains a perception that it does not expose students to more creative activities or job fields.
 
Small businesses: Check tax forms for errors to avoid fines for 2014
What tax errors could hurt your business in 2014?
 
Work-life effectiveness: It's more achievable than you think
Having a successful and fulfilling job and life outside of work can present challenges. Learn more about how you can have it all.
 
Expand and enhance your job search with social media
As you finalize your resume and create drafts for cover letters, be sure to plan your social media strategy as well.
 
5 job interview questions you must be prepared to answer
It's a competitive market for all types of jobs, from entry level on up. If you have an interview scheduled, make certain you're prepared for the questions you'll be asked.
 
Want your resume to be read? Avoid these 5 resume don'ts
Finding that perfect job opportunity doesn't come around very often for many, and when it does, excitement can take over and cloud the ability to stay focused on the best version of your resume.
 
Tips to help online degree-seekers balance family, fun and education during the holidays
 
Can working out before school really help kids get better grades? [Infographic]
Did you know that kids who engage in physical activity before school are likely to be more focused in the classroom and confident among peers?
 
Kids choose at one of country's largest restaurants: the school cafeteria
Children are taught math, science, English and history at school. And every day at lunch they learn another important lesson: how to make independent nutrition choices.
 
High-tech monitoring of digital information keeps America secure
When it comes to the nation's security, monitoring, tracking, securing and analyzing digital data is a key factor in defending intelligence networks.
 
Ways you can support your kids' school and teachers
Looking for ways to keep the extracurricular programs at school going strong? Here are some ways you can help out.
 
Books, room and board, and fun stuff: Balancing a student budget [Infographic]
There are a lot of expenses that go into a college student budget, from room and board to discretionary items.
 
What's your definition of success? [Infographic]
Think you're successful? Find out how you compare.
 
Pressure to perform can outweigh the benefits of children's sports
Playing sports can increase a child's potential for suffering from anxiety, stress or feeling burned out. Tips for parents to keep in mind for cheering their children on the athletic field.
 
Prime preschoolers for the classroom with developmental games
Parents, experts, and toy makers are learning that building block toys are a great way to inspire back-to-school excitement and build vital skills in preschool aged children.
 
How to handle student-teacher conflicts for the benefit of your child's education
Learn the skills to find common ground between your student and his or her teacher.
 
Education pathways: K-12 students find success in virtual school
More families are choosing virtual schools for their children's kindergarten through 12th grade education.
 
Don't let germs hitch a ride home from school
By simply touching their desks and lunch tables and swapping school supplies with classmates, kids are likely to bring home germs from school, and then spread them to family members.
 
Often-overlooked back-to-school danger: Tips to pack safer lunches
Parents can pack safer school lunches by following these food-handling and packing tips.
 
The equation for stronger performance in school begins with a better breakfast
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, especially for students embarking on a learning adventure. But not all breakfast foods are created equal.
 
Which daily interactions help your child learn the most?
How adult interaction with infants and young children helps develop their brains.
 
You can keep your child's school data protected by asking a few questions
Technology is facilitating learning for children at every grade level, but it's important for parents and educators to protect children's information.
 
Exciting STEM careers and opportunities aplenty in the Navy
The careers available to students pursuing degrees in STEM areas present students with plenty of exciting and challenging opportunities.
 
5 sanity-saving secrets to balance school and fun this holiday season
Keep the school year going strong with these easy tips.
 
Career colleges play key role in demand for skilled workers
Find out more about the benefits of career colleges.
 
Preparing for back-to-school: backpacks, new jeans and vaccines
Preparing for the upcoming school year? Don't forget to make sure your kids' vaccinations are up to date.
 
Do you know the signs if your child has a concussion?
Concussions are generating a lot of attention these days as an increasing amount of research highlights the difficulties in treating them.
 
Keeping pre-teens safe as they grow older
As children grow up, it can be difficult for parents to know how to stay connected and keep them safe.
 
 
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