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

Future of Learning: Learning in a Post-Pandemic World

The current education system is a grim scene to behold, as 60% of Americans claim that traditional education systems are failing today’s students. More than 6 million students each year in the United States are “chronically absent”, teenagers are now five times more likely to suffer from mental illness than those of previous generations, and … Read more

Opportunities Present in the Cannabis Job Market

The legalized marijuana market is growing rapidly across the US. In 2020, legal cannabis added 77,300 full time jobs. That’s a stunning 32% year-over-year gain. 26,000 of those jobs came in states with newly opened markets. Now that ⅓ of Americans live in states with legalized cannabis, support continues to rise for a nationwide legalization. By 2025, the … Read more

The Advantages of Classroom Displays (Infographic)

Creating classroom displays is an essential part of prepping for a new school year or academic lesson. The start of a new chapter is the perfect opportunity not only to revamp how the room looks but it’s an excellent opportunity to get creative and enhance the atmosphere for learning. Maintaining a classroom that’s appealing works … Read more

10 Benefits of Extracurricular Activities

What makes an outstanding personality? Being just a clever student in class or the top high school athlete is not enough. It’s very cool, actually, but still. Today we’ll discuss the top benefits of extracurricular activities. Real success lies in a set of diverse ‘soft skills’. They are something you can’t acquire in one lesson … Read more

How to Give Yourself a Free College Education Online

81% of people believe education is shifting to autodidacticism. That is, more people are becoming self-taught in part or whole. The shift is supported by the way in which the formal system of higher education has declined in popularity. College costs have tripled over the past generation, leading the average to spend 20 years paying off student … Read more

Handwriting Psychology – You Are What You Write

While handwriting psychology may be controversial, it’s also fascinating – Discover how your style of writing might reflect who you are! The science of analyzing handwriting styles for personality traits is called graphology, and this practice has been around since the days of Aristotle. Today, it’s used for many purposes, such as understanding health and … Read more