David Paul Krug

Best Online RN to BSN Programs

Bachelor of Nursing (BSN) provides lots of option for advancements, which is essential for anyone interested in a nursing specialty. When comparing Registered Nurses (RNs) with BSNs, the latter seems to be the most ideal choice. BSNs generally have better skills and knowledge, though at the same time have greater duties and responsibilities. There are [...]

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Top iPhone Apps for Psychologists

iPhone has apps that are mainly geared to make life a little simpler for the user. There are apps to aid in multitude of tasks. More often than not, doctors are incorporating different iPhone apps into their daily routines. iPhone now has a number of apps for psychologists. Top iPhone Apps for Psychologists 1) CareCloud [...]

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Top 10 Best Business Leaders of Today

A strong company is the result of good leadership. A strong leader is one that has the natural ability to take the information around him and turn it into something useful. Leaders inspire people, have a vision for the company that will make it successful and leave a permanent impression on the people that work [...]

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Top iPhone Apps to Learn A New Language

In a world growing rapidly more diverse day by day, learning a second language is becoming more relevant than ever. Luckily, advances in technology have brought the power of learning a new language to our fingertips. What follows is a list of the top five language learning apps available for the iPhone: Byki uses the [...]

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Top iPhone Apps For Business

The iPhone has become an invaluable business tool. The improved functionality of the iPhone coupled with the wide variety of business apps available make it easy for any business professional to run his company, even when he is on the road. Many people are leaving the laptop at home and just bringing the iPhone on [...]

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Top Books To Give A New College Graduate

Graduating college is an exciting time of new beginnings. Although students feel they have learned their fair share in the classroom, the journey into the real world will contain many more lessons. Here is a list of books to inspire and lead during the first few months after graduation. What Color is Your Parachute by [...]

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Crisis on Campus: the Untold Story of Student Suicides {infographic}

Embed This Infographic An infographic by the team at College Degree Search Hard numbers: 6 % of undergraduates and 4 percent of graduate students in 4-year colleges have “seriously considered attempting suicide” in the past year—and nearly half of each group did not tell anyone. 3X: The suicide rate among young adults, ages 15-24, has [...]

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The Printable Excel Cheat Sheet {infographic}

Share This On Your Site An infographic by the team at Graduate Degree Programs Excel can be used to prepare data, do math, and even run small businesses. With a few simple tools, you too can work wonders. [comment# I imagine this as a printable cheat sheet. So perhaps fonts/style is very important, but I [...]

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Why Men Can’t Have It All {infographic}

Share This On Your Site An infographic by the team at College Degree Search For the first time in polling history, men experience more work/home conflict related stress than women. At higher rates than ever, men want to be at home, having a part in raising their kids. They don't want to just show up [...]

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An Open Letter To Students Returning To School

Is summer over yet ? It's time to learn. AGAIN. Source: Vlog Brothers

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