How Web3 Shapes the Workplace

We would be hard pressed to name an invention from the past 50 years that has changed the world more than the internet. From entertainment to communication to finance, the web has transformed the daily lives of billions of people and every industry. The web itself has also changed enormously since its conception. In the … Read more

Why Colleges Are Merging to Survive

The past 4 years have seen 95 college mergers, the most in a generation. Most colleges don’t merge entirely by choice but are motivated by a declining list of ways to keep doors open. Between the COVID-19 pandemic, aging demographics, and the shifting national attitude towards higher education, colleges are struggling to compete over a … Read more

How Much More Money a High School Diploma Can Earn You in a Year

Is it worth it to finish high school? Today, many young people across the United States are finding themselves questioning if it’s worth it. They’re weighing the pros and cons of having a high school diploma versus not having one at all. This new infographic from the team at U.S. Career Institute analyzes how much … Read more

High Schools With the Highest Math and Reading Test Scores in Every State

A great school district is a draw for many parents where they’re planning to make a big move, as they’ll want their children to receive the best education possible. From the team at U.S. Career Institute, this new infographic analyzes both math and reading proficiency scores to determine the best high school in every U.S. … Read more

How Much Instruction Time Is Required of Grade School Students in Each State

It was the Puritans that first realized the need for public education in the United States. The first public school was Boston Latin School which was founded in the year 1635 in Boston, Massachusetts. The curriculum was basic math, science, English and religious values. Today the school is still operating and is one of the … Read more

How to Pick a Resume Format That is Right for You

Different sources use the term “resume format” to refer to various/different topics, it can sometimes be confusing. A resume format, in its most basic sense, refers to the kind of arrangement your resume has based on the presentation of its sections, the way the employment history section is written, and the sections that are given … Read more

My College Closed Permanently. What Now?

It wasn’t that long ago that the majority of Americans believed that going straight into college after high school was the only way to progress and a sure fire way to succeed in achieving the American dream. In recent years, however, this notion has shifted significantly. Higher education offers promises that it simply has not … Read more

Ultimate Guide For Surviving Your Freshman Year

Nearly 20 million Americans attend college each year. First year of college is filled with new challenges. They’ll need more than highlighters and a class schedule to make it to another year. If you’re thinking about attending college, there are a few college freshman tips you need to know in order to have a successful … Read more

Which Solar Power Jobs Pay the Most?

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, it’s expected that solar installer jobs will increase 52% between 2020 and 2030. Not only that, but a study from the U.S. Department of Energy has shown that by 2035, approximately 40% of the electricity across the United States will be provided by solar energy. With this, … Read more