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Criminal Justice degrees aren’t solely for those seeking a career in law enforcement. Keith Atterberry, offers some insight into how to succeed as a criminal justice educator.
The health care field encompasses a number of different professions, from registered nurses to internal medicine doctors.
These technology-driven times have given rise to new issues in human behavior. Dr. Suzana E. Flores discusses how she has been able to use her psychology background to address these new technology-related issues.
Chad Holstead, owner of BKS Systems, puts his IT degree to good use by creating an IT support and outsourcing solution company to fill the growing need for technology professionals.
Wendy Gonzales, teacher at Orozco Academy in Chicago, offers some insight into how an advanced degree, and additional specialization can help further a career in education.
While a bachelor’s degree was once considered adequate in many fields, the social sciences and psychology field is proving post-secondary education is critical to success.
Eddie Lou, co-founder/CEO of Shiftgig and co-founder of One Goal, has used his educational background to achieve a successful career and help thousands of job-seekers land employment, and low income high school students graduate from college.
Billy Dec, CEO and founder of Rockit Ranch Productions in Chicago, offers some insight into increased career opportunities for those with a diverse educational background.
Darren Fox, owner of Idea Marketing Group, discusses the importance of continuing education and on-the-job experience in the field of technology.
Andrew Fox, chief administrative law judge and criminal justice professor at Rooselvelt and Kaplan Universities, is proof that formal education can help open new career opportunities in the field.
Carlitta Tucker-Powell, Case Manager and Special Education Teacher for Chicago Public Schools, offers some insight into what it takes to succeed in the special education field.
Insurance isn’t just about car and home policies, especially when it comes to job opportunities. With everything from sales positions to analysts, insurance companies provide a number of viable career options to choose from.
A common misconception about the nursing field is that career opportunities are limited in scope. Chicago professional, Lori Fox-Ward, shows how you can use your nursing degree to move beyond the clinical setting.
President and CEO of a non-profit organization that inspires Chicago’s low-income youth to explore and practice entrepreneurship, Scott Issen offers some advice for others looking to go into the nonprofit sector.
Nursing is a field that allows for a career start as soon as completing an associate’s degree, unlike other fields that require a bachelor’s degree for an entry-level position.
While there are some fields that don’t ever intersect when it comes to duties, being in the field of business requires knowledge in IT to remain successful.
Many believe that the true mark of a civilized society is based on how the elderly is treated. For those in the field of health care, the rise in need for elderly patient care has helped boost job availability and add meaning to one’s career.
Because technology is entwined into almost any profession, it can be important to have a diverse educational background when going into this field.
Tyler Blackwell is the executive director for the Center for Arabic Language & Culture. Here he offers some insight on how a career in education doesn’t necessarily mean becoming a teacher.
Psychology may be quite a popular degree with students, but it can be difficult to decipher what job prospects will be waiting after graduation.