May 20th, 2013
Well, you’ve heard it from many sources and you must have verified it on your own as well that nursing is indeed one of the most promising, high-growth and well-paying careers in the US today. We won’t go into the details of how much you can make and how fast the job is expected to grow (you probably know that already if you’ve been following this website).
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January 7th, 2013
Ever seen an animated video? An interactive website? A catchy visual print ad? Well, all these and more must have been made by a graphic designer. The company could have their own designer in-house or they could’ve outsourced it to a design firm.
December 31st, 2012
The graphic design industry saw massive demand and expansion as a result of the tech bubble and e-commerce boom. As small internet businesses sprung up and the Internet gained in popularity, there was a greater need for people who were experts in navigating that realm and could come up with impactful visual tools.
December 24th, 2012
Graphic designers work in a visual medium in which they convey ideas and thoughts through images. Their job is to present information and messages in an interactive, stimulating manner that grabs the attention of the audience and resonates with them.
December 17th, 2012
Working for the healthcare industry can be very rewarding. Aside from the monetary benefits one receives, there is something even bigger and more valuable that you get out of it – the feeling of doing something for humanity as a profession. Yet many do not feel that hospital settings are the right work environment for them.
December 13th, 2012
The option to move up from an LPN to an RN is on just about every nurse's mind. There are a lot of reasons to become an RN and they don't all have to do with higher pay. The world of nursing is changing daily and the opportunities for RN's are growing constantly. Bridging the gap can be a financial, personal and professional strain during the transition, but it's worth the investment if you're in the right place in life.