In the United States, Canada, and Europe many of us take education and the normalcy surrounding it for granted. For Americans, it's the law that all kids go to some sort of school. Canada and most European countries have these laws as well. Unfortunately, this isn't the case in every country.
We all remember those days, especially when we were younger. You're sitting in a classroom wondering to yourself "Why am I even here?" As we grow older we begin to realize the value of education, it allows us to make more money and get further in life. Would you believe me if I told you that there are serious health benefits to being well-educated?
When you think of "doing good," what do you think of? Maybe you think of donating to charity, volunteering at a soup kitchen, or even ditching your plastic bags for reusable ones. Whatever your something good is, have you ever really thought about why you're driven to do it?
Every night, 63,000 New Yorkers sleep in the city's shelters. There's an additional 4,000 that sleep on the streets of the city. That's only in New York City, nationwide there's more than 500,000 who don't have a place to call home. Homelessness has many causes but whatever they are, there are many ways you can help out.
We all like to do something good every once in a while. It can be things like volunteering or donating to charities. When it comes to charities and nonprofits, it can be hard to decide which types of charities or nonprofit you want to donate to.
Many recent college graduates find themselves struggling with the work-life balance. They're still looking to establish themselves. It's not uncommon for recent college grads to go "missing in action" because they haven't quite figured out an appropriate work-life balance.
Did you know that the six sigma method is estimated by Kauffman to be able to save companies over $1 million a year? It's understandable seeing that it's intended to increase performance while decreasing process variation.
Did you know that in 1973 only about 28% of jobs required a college degree? It’s estimated that by 2020, 73% of jobs will require a college degree or secondary certifications says Huffington Post.
Adults oftentimes feel ashamed about having trouble doing basic things, such as...