A Positive Article About Dying!

Posted on December 10th, by Liam Ryan in education/training. 3 comments

I appreciate my demise is a regular theme of my writing. But maybe it is important that I prompt contemplation of this huge, inevitable event that most of us spend our lives trying to ignore. And perhaps a more useful outcome of my reflections is that they were not what I expected them to be.

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Unleashing the Potential of Women Entrepreneurs

Posted on December 10th, by Valerie Martinelli in About the Public Sector. No Comments

Recent studies have shown that women are half as likely than men to start a business. While this is a gender equality issue, it is also an economic one. We compose over 50 percent of the U.S. population, have earned 60 percent of undergraduate degrees, 60 percent of Master’s degrees, and almost 50 percent of … Read More »


Fear of Hacking Could Send Your Resume Packing

Posted on December 10th, by American Public University System in networking/interviewing. No Comments

By Courtney Bousquet
Career Coach at American Public University

In the day and age of digital resumes and job applications you could be hurting yourself by doing this simple and common thing, sending attachments to recruiters. In the wake of credit card hacking and identity theft, companies are cracking down on hacking threats by suggesting employees avoid … Read More »


The Root of All Diversity

Posted on December 10th, by Stan Skipworth in About the Public Sector. No Comments

As 2015 reluctantly winds down to its final days, I find a highly-charged momentum continues on a topic that has become and will seemingly remain among the most important objectives of any organization and its leaders.

Across the country, from companies to communities to colleges, the dialog of how to pursue diversity and inclusivity in genuine, … Read More »