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How Do I Manage a Family Business After Divorce?

The United States is a country that has a great many family-run businesses that keep its economy going, so it is not anything new to be working with your family. However, sometimes, unforeseen issues come up that could hinder how you do your business. One event that could complicate business dealings is when a couple

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Three Learning Methods to Advance Your Professional Career

As a fresh graduate entering the workforce for the first time, you might anticipate every opportunity to widen your skill set and be exposed to the corporate world. You might be amongst those who are eager to jump at the chance to showcase your talents, speak your mind, and share your valuable insights. But over

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Paying Back Student Loans Early: What You Need to Do

Paying off student loans is one of the most dreaded tasks new university or college graduates face and may seem like an overwhelming task—but it doesn’t need to be. Whether you’ll be graduating from an excellent college or university, you can make a plan to pay off your debt early. However, keep in mind that this won’t

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Friendship After Divorce: Is It Truly Possible?

Nobody wakes up in the morning dreaming of marrying someone and ending up in a divorce. It’s just too much emotional and mental burden for anyone to bear. When people get into a relationship and decide to pursue it, it takes a lot of effort to get to know a person, manage differences and expectations,

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Do Competitive Schools Make Better Workers?

One of the most important lessons that students will learn from a competitive school is resilience. The ability to stand up and shake off a loss after everything went downhill will do a student better in the real world. When students learn how to lose gracefully and win magnanimously, these values will carry them over

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Why Financial Education for the Youth Must be Prioritized

Financial literacy is an important concept that everyone must be familiar with, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. In the U.S., 18% of 15-year-old respondents are not familiar with simple, fundamental financial skills. And worldwide, only 33% of adults are financially literate. Bad financial decisions can lead to lifelong problems. Understandably, the education systems in several

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Stepping Up Your Role as an Educator to Teenagers

Teaching is a vocation. It’s not for anybody. It’s true. Not only is compensation often low, you often do things beyond what’s required of your job. There are different skills needed for teaching different age groups. If you’ve been teaching teenagers for some time now and yet you feel like it’s not enough that they

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How to Raise a Child Who Appreciates STEM

Automation is the future, and today’s children will be living in a world aided by robot arms and dictated by digital connections. Science, mathematics, and engineering will lead society further into the 21st century, and people will need young leaders who see things and solve problems in a logical, analytical way. As such, children need


Ways to Help Your Teenager Transition into Adulthood

After high school, life can be quite challenging for teens and their parents. Parents may think that their job of bringing their children up is done, but it has just started. It is essential to plan well on how to transition from college to adult life. You can consider the strategies below to enhance the

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Overcoming the Challenges Posed by Distance Education to Low-achieving Students

The parallels between online learning and remote work are striking. Both have been available as alternatives to traditional models for several years now. Aided by advances in technology, they have made recent strides forward. This has enabled widespread acceptance of both in the face of sudden changes brought about by the pandemic. Unfortunately, the similarities

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