Time and time again, corporations that prioritize gender-diverse leadership teams outperform their more gender-monotone counterparts. Increasing gender diversity within corporate leadership doesn’t just provide an opportunity for media attention – it provides sustained, tangible benefits to the organization as a whole.
As they navigate their coming teenage, young adult, and adult years, today’s young people can greatly benefit from having more support available to them than others might have needed in the past. One excellent way of accessing that kind of support is through finding role models.
The digital divide is a term that’s used to describe the disparity between those with access to the internet and other forms of digital technology and those without it. You can make an impact and do your part to help others and bridge the digital divide. Whether it’s supporting helpful legislation or spreading the word in your community, you have the power to make a difference and help find a solution to the problem.
There are some risks that new college students need to know about. Preventing problems is a lot easier than fixing them, so keep these 5 potential risks in mind as you prepare for your new life on campus
Some tell-tale signs may make it clear that it’s time to start looking for a new job. In this article, we take a look at a few reasons you might decide to switch things up with your career.
After a couple of years of increased teletherapy use, what do we know? Which option works best for getting people the care they need? Here’s what we know.
You don’t want to spend the next fifteen years paying off a mountain of debt. By thinking a little more about money now, you’ll make sure you have enough of it in the future. In this article, we take a look at some tips and tricks for how to stay frugal in college.
When thinking about pursuing a college degree, it can be helpful for active-duty service members to take advantage of the resources they have available to them. Believe it or not, every military base has an education office with people who can aid you in your educational journey.
It’s a tricky balance. On the one hand, technology has lots of benefits. Children can use it to learn quickly, remain social outside of school hours, and access from the palm of their hand information that not so long ago could only be found at the library. And yet technology has its dark side as well. In this article, we take a look at how limiting your children’s screen time can be good for their physical and mental health.
Technology’s advances have made unprecedented things possible. They’ve revolutionized healthcare, education, business, global connectivity, and transportation. But while technology can help us accomplish things we couldn’t have done before, it comes at a high cost. We must tread carefully into the coming decades and very seriously evaluate technology’s effects on us, both positive and negative, to avoid what could become significant problems in the future.