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Preparing Today’s Workforce Nation With New Skills for Automation

December 7, 2016 Comments Off on Preparing Today’s Workforce Nation With New Skills for Automation

As we approach the New Year, the question becomes, “How do we reposition our workforce to remain competitive"?  The answer lies in retraining the workforce nation to excel in automation and...


Homeschool: Introduction

August 1, 2016 Comments Off on Homeschool: Introduction

The preconceived notion of homeschooling is going to be the death of understanding as to why some of us make this choice. Homeschooling is growing in popularity...not as a luxury but, a need. ...


The Three Pillars of Employment Longevity

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Many employers, hiring managers, and supervisors identified three specific criteria they use to decide who to keep and who to let go. It’s important to know exactly what employers are looking for...


“College Education or Technical Training”: Why Not Both?

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Why is it Important to Obtain a College Education? The U.S. has changed from a manufacturing industry to a technology based economy.   Occupations that help workers with a high school diploma...


Professional and Workforce Development

June 13, 2016 Comments Off on Professional and Workforce Development