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How To Prepare Yourself For Law School

It is not easy. As a law student, you have to face numerous challenges. Coping with difficult course work, analyzing the complexities of the law, and cultivating contacts to help you with your career in the future are all part of the law school experience. This means that earning a law degree can be emotionally, […]

How to Get Into Law School

You’ve excelled in your undergraduate studies, achieving dean’s list recognition semester after semester. Moreover, you are also a presidential scholar, one of a handful of students that is the top of his class. With such academic success behind you, getting into law school should be a no-brainer, right? Don’t count on it. Instead, you should […]

Prep Yourself For A Pre-Med Experience

Once the new academic year starts to approach, the next intake of premedical undergraduate students have to prepare their medical school applications. Granted, it may seem like a long time before you have to worry about revising for the MCAT. However, there are some things that you can do now to facilitate your preparation at […]

The Big Scheme

The modern game of recruitment has changed as a consequence of the economic recession. What many fear as the darkest hour to emerge as a graduate has been left damaged but not completely distraught as even with large cutbacks, firms have realized that curtailing graduate intake only lessens the skill in their companies. There has […]

Job Outlook: Biostatisticians

College students with a flair for math may want to consider a career as a biostatistician. These professionals develop and apply biostatistical theory and methods to the study of life sciences, and are in demand by corporate and academic employers alike. If you consider yourself as an aspiring mathematician, then working as a biostatistician can […]

About Rehabilitation Counselors

Rehabilitation counselors are professionals that work with the disabled, individuals who may have various physical, social and vocational challenges. These counselors coordinate activities for residents at treatment and care facilities, access client needs, implement rehabilitation programs, and provide the life skills training that such individuals need to find work and stay employed. Skills and Duties […]

About Foresenic Structural Engineering

We like to assume that the buildings we occupy are safe, but structural failure does happen, sometimes deliberately. The field of forensic structural engineering investigates and determines the causes of such failures to help learn why these structures collapsed. These professionals were sent to New York to study one deliberate failure, the Word Trade Towers, […]

The Career Outlook for Lawyers

The legal profession continues to play a significant role in shaping American life with lawyers in demand across all sectors. Indeed, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics gives this field its "bright outlook" rating as it sees that job growth will parallel the demand for all jobs over the next several years. College students weighing […]