Post Archive by Month: January,2019

Veteran’s Treatment

By: Calvin Lovick There are many segments of the United States population that have legitimate reasons to gripe about the way they’re treated: African-Americans, women and disabled individuals, for example. But veterans are another group that certainly has been mistreated in this country – woefully so, as a matter of fact. Consider this: You spend time in the military knowing

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Boomers and Millennials Lose Ground in Workplace Even in Thriving Economy

By: Kimberly Durment Locke Regardless of whether you support the current presidential administration, there’s no debate when it comes to admitting that the U.S. economy and job market are thriving. The numbers are in and they show that the unemployment rate for November 2018 was a low 3.7 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The last time the

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STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) Education: The Shoe That Fits

By: Allyson D. Yarbrough, PhD Engineer, STEAM Education Evangelist and Empowerment Advocate Today’s global career environment is exciting, competitive, and full of surprises. To succeed requires strong skills, the ability to adapt quickly, and seizing control of your destiny. Furthermore, as a recent Editorial in this journal explained in “Why Is Education So Important Today Than Ever Before?”, education is

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