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Posted 9/28/16 at 4:11 AM | Sylvie Simms

4 Reasons Your Business Needs Active Shooter Training

4 Reasons Your Business Needs Active Shooter Training

Every year, nearly 2 million Americans suffer from some form of workplace violence. All too often, the situation turns deadly. With 403 workplace homicides in 2014 alone, the nation is facing a growing threat. That’s why every business must take steps to prepare itself for an active shooter situation.

4 Reasons Your Business Needs Active Shooter Training

Posted 9/21/16 at 5:24 AM | Sylvie Simms

Wade College’s Merchandise Marketing and Management | View our career options available to those students who complete the Merchandise Marketing and Management program available at Wade College.

Posted 9/21/16 at 4:02 AM | Sylvie Simms

Wood-Fired Pizza Ovens: The Fontana Difference | From This Infographic, Discover How A Fontana Wood-fired Pizza Oven Can Turn One Of The Countries Most Popular Food - Pizza - Into An Even More Delicious Meal.

Posted 9/21/16 at 2:16 AM | Sylvie Simms

Label Guide - The Wonderful World of Labels | Read more with this guide to the wonderful world of labels. Learn more about labels, decals, tags, stickers, name plates and markers!

Posted 9/15/16 at 8:03 AM | Sylvie Simms

Your Career as a Computer Systems Technician (CST) | Looking for a career that draws upon your passion for technology? A career as a computer systems technician (CST) might be just for you. Learn more at Westech College!

Posted 9/15/16 at 2:45 AM | Sylvie Simms

How Better Waste Management Saves Businesses Money | When it comes to the bottom line, saving money is a top priority for businesses. Saving money on services and products allows a business to have a higher profit range, giving the business more opportunities to invest in the company’s success. One simple way to save money is to change how you look at waste management.

Posted 9/11/16 at 11:02 PM | Margarita Hakobyan

Blogging: A Way For Women To Earn A Living

Even as the American family comes to be a more diversified institution, many women still struggle to balance the demands of a career with the responsibilities of a family. In order to get the free time that they need, many women have decided to leave the traditional workforce and find new careers through freelancing, MLM companies, or other projects that leave their daytime hours free for family and their evenings available for work.

One of the most popular ways to earn a living by working irregular hours is through blogging. While the strategies to successfully earn a living with a blog have changed in the last few years, it is still a viable way to bring in income, especially as a second job, extra money, or passion project. Here are five ways to earn money by blogging.

Sponsored Posts
When you have an established blog, some companies are willing to pay you in order to have you post about their topic. They want to reach your audience because they know that word of mouth has always been and likely will always be the best way to influence customers.

Sponsored posts became slightly less popular after the FTC ruled that bloggers must disclose any post that contains sponsored content, but many companies are still willing to pay. It is still a great opportunity to create memorable stories for your audience. FULL POST

Posted 9/8/16 at 10:50 AM | Brian Wallace

Millennials And Entrepreneurship

The Millennial generation has a lot of advantages for entrepreneurship that previous generations have not had. Learn more about Millennial entrepreneurs from this infographic!

Posted 9/8/16 at 12:30 AM | Sylvie Simms

Red Hat Certification Hacks for Success | Red Hat certification provides information technology professionals with an incomparable golden ticket to higher salaries and better career prospects.

Posted 9/7/16 at 3:06 AM | Sylvie Simms

A Day in the Life When Crewing and Managing Labor for an Event | What does a typical day look like when it comes to crewing and managing labor for an event? Find out in this infographic that takes a look at a typical day in event crew management (before LASSO, that is!). Those tasked with scheduling and managing an event crew undoubtedly have a lot on their plates and are responsible for many critical tasks that are essential to the success and profitability of an event.

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