"Fuzzy Headed" Job Goals Lead to a "Fuzzy Headed" Life

Written by Marilyn J. Tellez, M.A.

"Fuzzy Headed" Job Goals Lead to a "Fuzzy Headed" Life

May I clarify in this article what I believe to be "fuzzy headed" life and job decisions. I believe both are entwined; life and job.

"Fuzzy Headedness" is a result of not HAVING and ACTING on life goals. It's easy to fall intorepparttar trap of not making real decisions for oneself. Others can make them for us. We can drift and go torepparttar 143479 job and life that just happens.

It is all right to let some things in life just happen. That puts some glitter and fun into a life that is worth living. Sure is!

However, if fuzzy thinking and acting is a pattern in one's life, then TOO MUCH JUST HAPPENING makes a life that is out of focus.

Online Degrees Gaining More Acceptance

Written by Edna Melendez

Online Degrees Gaining More Acceptance

The number of students electing to undertake online degree course sincerepparttar mid-1990s has risen exponentially. Due torepparttar 143478 nature ofrepparttar 143479 all-round benefits of undertaking online degrees,repparttar 143480 make-up ofrepparttar 143481 student roster is as diverse and alternative as any degree program you could wish to name. But, with more than two-thirds ofrepparttar 143482 traditional learning institutions now offering some form of online degrees, either at bachelor or master's level, how are employers' viewing those who have graduate and post-graduate qualifications attained from undertaking online degrees?

The answer to this question is actually rather simple: in order to ensure that prospective employers take their online degrees seriously, those looking to undertake them do need to research their chosen field of study, andrepparttar 143483 institutions offering them, before embarking onrepparttar 143484 length (and, in some cases, costly) process of completing online degrees.

Unfortunately, this initial process of researchingrepparttar 143485 institution offering online degrees needs to be undertaken because, it must be said, some institutions do offer accredited online degree, whilst others merely provide a poor substitute for more traditional degree study programs.

In this regard, empirical studies evidence that three-quarters of potential employers view online degrees gained from established universities as being more acceptable than online degrees attained from universities that only cater for online degrees. Whether or not it is fair for prospective employers to make such sweeping opinions is rather a moot point -repparttar 143486 fact is that prospective employers are far more likely to knowrepparttar 143487 name of an existing, traditional learning institute than they are a new learning institute established to only provide for online degrees.

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