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Public Cloud Vs. Private Cloud

Students working toward careers in information technology have likely heard a lot about cloud computing of late. 

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12
Sep

The Power of Mentoring

Mentors are extremely important in the business world and beyond, and perhaps the most rewarding part of finding this relationship is later being able to pay it forward.

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Aug

Course Overview of an Online Master of Science in Nursing Degree

When you're preparing to start your online nursing degree, knowing what to expect from your courses can help you grasp what lies ahead in your education.

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Aug

Job Interview Tips for Business Students

For those approaching their goal of finally obtaining their online business degree, the inevitability of the real world awaits you.

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30
Jul

Is Brainstorming Still A Good Business Strategy?

Brainstorming sessions serve as a time to collaborate and problem-solve for those with careers in business.

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24
Jun

5 Tips for Job Hunting

Are you looking to advance your career?

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23
Jun

Bringing Creativity to the Office

One of the biggest threats to careers in business is a lack of creativity.

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27
May

How to Make Your Cover Letter Stand Out

An online business management degree will help you gain confidence when it's time to interview, but getting that interview in the first place requires a strong resume and cover letter.

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21
Mar

Creating Opportunities With Your Business Degree

In today's competitive job market, people armed with a bachelor's degree in business can create opportunities where those with no degree or an associate degree cannot.

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12
Mar

How to Get that Promotion!

Are you ready to move on? Either internally or externally? Here's how you go about it.

First, revise your resume.

Seriously, even if you are hoping to be promoted internally and stay within the same department with the same boss. Even if you are looking for simply a “growth promotion” where you essentially stay in the same job, but with greater responsibility and (hopefully!) better pay. Here's why: Your boss doesn't know everything you do. No boss does. Not because the boss is bad, but because bosses are busy. Your resume should focus on your accomplishments, not your tasks.

Writing up your resume, even if you don't actually show it to anyone, helps you realize where your strengths and weaknesses are. It also can give you a sense of satisfaction to see, in black and white, what you've really accomplished in your current job.

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