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What Is the Myers-Briggs Test?

What Is the Myers-Briggs Test?

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment (simply known as the Myers-Briggs test) is a tool used by some psychologists to categorize a person’s basic psychological or personality type. The Myers-Briggs test produces four main categories – known as the Keirsey Temperament groupings – as indicated below: Extraversion versus introversion: In short, an extraverted person prefers […]

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Posted in: Career Help, Guidance Counselor, Online Degree, Psychology, Science

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Early Childhood Education – 2016 Emerging Trends Degrees, Careers, Salaries

Early Childhood Education – 2016 Emerging Trends Degrees, Careers, Salaries

An early childhood education degree, also known as an early childcare and education degree, is open to almost all people, and is not limited to opportunities only for individuals who possess this credential. However, there are actually numerous careers available for graduates who earn one of these degrees. The 2016 emerging trends degrees, careers, salaries […]

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Posted in: Career Help, Educator, Online Degree, Psychology, Psychology Degree, Schooling, Teacher Salaries, Teaching

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NFL Players With Advanced Degrees

NFL Players With Advanced Degrees

Many people may think of football players as stupid or not being as intelligent as the rest of us. The truth is, NFL players have to have lots of smarts and athletic talent. It takes a lot to be able to read and understand an entire NFL playbook in just a few months time. Quarterbacks have […]

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Women’s Job Interview – Surprisingly Simple “Dress for Success” Secrets

Women’s Job Interview – Surprisingly Simple “Dress for Success” Secrets

We all know it, but we may not want to say it: first impressions make a difference. “Dress for Success” is not only a cliché. No matter how qualified you are for a position, if you don’t follow a few time-tested rules of “ensemble etiquette,” it could make the difference between looking like an average […]

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Posted in: Career Help, Interview Outfits, Office Style, Office Wear

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Degrees in Graphic Design – 2016 Emerging Careers & Trends

Degrees in Graphic Design – 2016 Emerging Careers & Trends

Considering a Degree in Graphic Design? If you like art, computers, & drawing, then see the 2015 Emerging Trends. If you enjoy drawing and working on computers and would like to turn your interest into a career, you may want to consider a career as a graphic designer. Are you interested in earning a degree […]

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Posted in: Career Help, Graphic Design, Online Degree, Web Design, Web Development

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Fast Job Growth Continues for College Grads

Fast Job Growth Continues for College Grads

In the last 20 years, job growth has constantly gone up – but only for those with education after high school. According to a recent study* by the Georgetown Center of Education and the Workforce (see chart below), even during recessions (the gray years on the chart), persons with a college education have had access […]

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Most Marketable Second Languages

Most Marketable Second Languages

We live in an increasingly global society. In rural Afghanistan, sheepherders listen to Western music on used cell phones made in China and sold in the United States that they purchased from the closest village marketplace. In big cities in the West, meanwhile, it’s not too hard to walk into a restaurant that serves the […]

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Posted in: Business, Career Counseling, Career Help, Job Demand, Online Degree, Schooling

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Blood Doping 2015 – EPO, HGH, Steroids

Blood Doping 2015 – EPO, HGH, Steroids

You don’t have to be a professional athlete to care about blood doping. The practice is most commonly used in professional sports and competitions to give athletes an unfair advantage. The most notable example has to be Lance Armstrong, who was once revered as the greatest cyclist in history. Sadly, it turned out he had been […]

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Posted in: Healthcare, Nursing, Nutrition, Physical Fitness, Physical Therapy, Professional Sports, Steroids

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