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Teacher/Coach, Columbus High School Hometown: Covington, Va. Current home: Phenix City Education: Alleghany County High School, 1971; A.S...Teacher Education, Lancaster Community College, 1973 Clifton Forge, Va.; B.S.
In today's job market, it often feels like you can never have too many qualifications. But it turns out that a surprising number of jobs actually ask for less education now than they did 10 years ago. Some positions have dropped their requirements
Most job seekers know all too well that it's getting harder and harder to get a good-paying job without investing in additional education. As the New York Times noted , a college degree has become the new hig h school diploma: a minimum requirement
Following the suicide incident of Sangameshwar Jadhav, the College of Engineering Pune (CoEP) is contemplating covering diploma students admitted directly to second-year engineering course, under the ongoing mentoring programme started for its first-
The Associated Press Video video Registered nurses Number of people employed: 2,220 Jobs added from 2010 to 2012: 543 32 per cent growth Median hourly wage: $35 Video The Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board is in charge of setting the standards
More millionaires have degrees in engineering than any other subject, according to a new study from WealthInsight. As reported by the New Statesman, the study highlights the 10 most popular degrees that millionaires around the world hold , both for
The Grey's Anatomy star, who plays Dr. Derek Shepherd on the hit drama, has become a real-life doctor thanks to a college in his native Maine. He was handed the special distinction to honour his support for cancer research and treatment in the state.
The Ministry of Civil Service has announced that preliminary data for vacancy announcement issued by the ministry on February 28, this year for 2,317 vacancies in different ministries shows the number of applicants has exceeded 45,000. The Ministry
He has an extreme opinion on everything and anything that matters, which also makes him 'peculiarly selective'. In his professional career spanning over three decades, he must have interacted with and interviewed hundreds of candidates young and old,
24 July 2013 11:22 AM Ed Boyer, 77, finally received proof of earning his high school diploma after completing his graduation requirements in 1953. I had a cap and gown and all that and they wouldn't give me my diploma, Boyer said.