Communication is one of the most flexible disciplines of study that students can take in college because no matter what the technology, the need to communicate is constant.
The ability to communicate with others and explain highly complex ideas and issues in an easily understood manner is a skill and a differentiator unto itself.
College graduates with Communication degrees have the knowledge and skills employers need, which means studying in this field is beneficial for students who want to increase their employability.
An artificial intelligence (AI) crisis is upon us. So what can you do to prepare for the AI crisis in relation to your job? Actually, a lot.
Twitter has been around for a while. But because Twitter is not a fair representation of U.S. demographics and its negativity, I don’t recommend using it.
What kind of job should you go for that will keep you employed? Indeed's State of Opportunity report describes what it calls opportunity jobs.
How can a young manager acquire the skills and competencies required to make the transition to leadership? The OPM has excellent resources.
With so much time at work, should our careers be a calling or is what we do to make money an experience in misery? For most, it is somewhere in between.
Lifelong learning, a necessity for the 21st-century worker, acknowledges that not all training and learning will occur in school or at work.