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  • Tuition Reimbursement

    One of the most important and generous benefits a company can offer is tuition reimbursement, a contractual arrangement between employer and employee that outlines specific terms under which the employer may pay for the employee's … Read more...

  • Pyschology Career Education and Advancement

    Simply having a degree in psychology is not sufficient education to practice. Both psychologists and counselors must have graduate degrees and work experience to be eligible for a professional license. Read more...

  • Project Management Career Education and Advancement

    The most successful PMs have formal business training, usually in the form of an MBA. It is important that PMs also have some financial background or knowledge so that they are able to understand and plan for project budgeting. Read more...

  • Physician Career Education and Advancement

    It takes many years of education and training to become a physician. Typically, three to four years of undergraduate school and four years of medical school are required, with three to eight years of internships and residency. Read more...

  • Law Enforcement Training and Advancement

    There are certain regulations concerning the candidacy of applicants for police and detective work. In all cases, individuals must be 21 years of age but no older than 37 at the time of their job assignment. They must pass physical and … Read more...

  • Engineering Career Education and Advancement

    Engineers are required to hold a license as a Professional Engineer (PE) if they offer services directly to the public. Many states have mandatory continuing education requirements for the renewal of engineering licenses. Read more...

  • Paralegal Career Education and Advancement

    Employers usually prefer that candidates have a degree from a 4-year paralegal program, or a bachelor's degree with paralegal certification. Read more...

  • Dream Job: Homestead Farmer

    It's never too late to trade your laptop for a hoe and become a farmer. "I made a conscious choice to become a farmer because I really wanted a different lifestyle from the daily grind of being a corporate executive," said Fox, who moved to … Read more...

  • Dream Job: Veterinarian

    Yerex earned his bachelor's degree in chemistry at the University of Wisconsin, River Falls, and went to Scotland to study at Glasgow Veterinary School, legendary veterinarian James Herriot's alma mater. Today's veterinarian has a lot more … Read more...

  • Dream Job: Nose

    With Dr. Ava Shambon, Philip has opened the world's first scalp and hair treatment center in Santa Monica, California. Together they are also creating a line of skincare. "This will probably be the first time anyone has seen such a … Read more...