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Asking A Lot Of Questions Is Key When Just Starting Out

“My advice to people starting out today would be to secure as much experience as you can while in school in a variety of different business settings,” suggests Steven Packer.

05/03/2015

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Approaching Daily Tasks With Confidence, Is Critical In Philadelphia Real Estate

“When hiring for the company, a strong interpersonal skills and a level of experience that enables them to approach day-to-day tasks and challenges with confidence and competence are critical, ” says Matthew K. Harding.

05/02/2015

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Introspection Helped Challenge Bias, Find Direction For Philadelphia Counselor

“My program of clinical professional counseling at times felt like therapy itself, as it required constant introspection and encouraged increased understanding of self and others,” says Serge Levin.

04/26/2015

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Passion Should Be Driving Force When Entering Law In Philadelphia

“A law degree is expensive. Pursue it if you know you want to be a lawyer and are passionate about it. If you are doing it for any other reason, I would think twice as it is a tough market,” suggests Clancy Boylan.

04/26/2015

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Classes Need To Be Interactive To Address Different Learning Styles

“It is critical that your lectures and course content are not only current, but also that you remain cognizant that there are many different learning styles,” says Dr. Harry Costigan.

04/26/2015

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Officials Suggest Not As Many Parents Opting Their Kids Out Of PARCC Tests As Originally Thought

New Jersey ‘s Education Commissioner was pressed this week on participation in controversial standardized student performance tests and in particular those who are opting out of those tests.

04/26/2015

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Academics, Applied Experience Brings Success For Philadelphia Executive

“The most successful managers are those with a mix of academic and applied experience.” says Lori Reiner from EisnerAmper.

04/20/2015

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Retail Care Offers New Challenges For Philadelphia Nurse Practitioner

“There are days my focus is on teaching, training, new health offerings and services or interfacing with the community as well as our CVS colleagues to provide excellence in health care,” says Cheryl Fattibene.

04/20/2015

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Understanding Customer’s Vision Is Key Says Philadelphia Tech Manager

“Business knowledge and understanding your customer’s vision should always come before a choice,” says Managing Director, Dave Spencer.

04/20/2015

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Internet Marketing Has Boosted Sales In Philadelphia Real Estate

“Values have even gone up over the years so real estate sales are ascending again. We mainly focus on internet marketing here at our brokerage and providing leads to our realtors/real estate agents.”

04/13/2015

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Don’t Limit Yourself To Just Counseling Suggests Philadelphia Counselor

“Don’t limit yourself to just counseling because most all industries have a need to address mental health, behavior, and group dynamics from a psychological viewpoint,” suggests Dawn Reid.

04/13/2015

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Transition From Student To Professional Is Pivotal Says Philadelphia Attorney

“The internship was pivotal in my transition from student to the actual working world. I remain grateful for that opportunity,” says Steve Jarmon

04/13/2015

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What’s The Ideal Amount Of Time Spent On Homework? Research Might Have The Answer

Kids have claimed to be drowning in a sea of homework for decades, but a new study seems to have found both the ideal amount and way to do the work for academic success.

04/08/2015

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Chris Stigall Talks To Erica Clemens From Americans For Prosperity

Chris Stigall talked with Erica Clemens from Americans For Prosperity about the tax burden faced by residents in New Jersey.

04/06/2015

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Philadelphia VP Encourages Nurses To Become Nationally Certified

“Nurse leaders across the country are encouraging direct care nurses to become nationally certified in their specialty practice areas. It’s really important that we lead by example and also become certified in our specialty, ” says CNO Richard G. Cuming.

04/06/2015

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