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How To Work From Home Successfully

February 25, 2015
How To Work From Home Successfully

Working from home has many benefits, from saving you money on gas to giving you more time to spend with family. With new technologies and tools available to those who work from home, more and more people are choosing to telecommute. But there are challenges to working from home, and it isn’t right for everyone. […]

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5 Free Brain Training Apps

February 20, 2015
5 Free Brain Training Apps

The gym isn’t the only place you can get a workout that benefits your health. Brain exercises can pump up your cognitive function when done consistently. In the late 1980’s neuroscientists put forward a concept called “cognitive reserve” based on Alzheimer’s Disease research. It basically states people with greater numbers of neurons can perform at […]

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You Know You’re a Game Software Developer When . . .

February 11, 2015
You Know You’re a Game Software Developer When . . .

Millions of people think being a game software developer is their dream job. What’s not to like about playing video games all day and getting paid for it, right? Well anyone who is actually in a game software development program or starting out in the field knows that’s a fantasy. If you’re really building a […]

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How To Get Involved with Campus Clubs and Different Networking Opportunities

January 14, 2015
How To Get Involved with Campus Clubs and Different Networking Opportunities

Chances are you’ve heard the phrase “It’s who you know” when talking about possible jobs and career paths.  Relationship building is more important than ever in today’s competitive work environment.  It’s important to market yourself in a positive light around your peers and colleagues because, most likely, they will be the ones to help you […]

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Top Social Media #Wins and #Fails Made By Students (Infographic)

January 7, 2015
Top Social Media #Wins and #Fails Made By Students (Infographic)

Social media can be a double-edged sword. Most of us have it and use it daily, but many of us aren’t leveraging social media for our education or career. This thought-provoking infographic illustrates the drawbacks and benefits of using social media while obtaining a degree by contrasting the habits of two different students. One student […]

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