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4 Things You Didn’t Know About How Millennials Invest

Lazy. Entitled. Narcissistic. Spendthrifts. Digitally obsessed. Google the term “Millennial” (ages 21-36), and these are some of the words you will find to describe a whole generation. It’s all wrong. Our research into how 1,000 Millennials invest paints a portrait … Seguir leyendo

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These Are The 10 Highest Paying Engineering Fields Of 2016

By Maarej K – September, 15th 2016 We all know that engineering is one of the best and highly paid professions out there. Today we will discuss a Top 10 of the engineering fields that you should pursue if you … Seguir leyendo

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Where parents pay the most for college (Hint: it’s not the U.S.)

by Katie Lobosco   @KatieLobosco American parents pay a lot to send their kids to college, but parents in the United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong and Singapore pay even more. Parents in the UAE say they spend an average of … Seguir leyendo

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The 13 best jobs in 2016 for people who don’t have a college degree

Jacquelyn Smith (jsmith@businessinsider.com) If “get a new job” is on your to-do list for 2016, look no further. CareerBuilder and Economic Modeling Specialists Intl. (EMSI) have compiled a list of the most in-demand jobs for 2016 for people without a … Seguir leyendo

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Chinese Nationals Accused of Vast SAT Cheating Conspiracy

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A group of 15 Chinese nationals are accused of orchestrating a vast conspiracy to help foreign students cheat on standardized college entrance exams administered in the U.S., in what appears to be one of the more…

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Learned Luddites

Many professors are hostile to online education SOME people hope that the internet will revolutionise higher education, making it cheaper and more accessible to the masses. Others fear the prospect. Some academics worry that they will be sacked and replaced … Seguir leyendo

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The 100,000 student classroom

In the fall of 2011 Peter Norvig taught a class with Sebastian Thrun on artificial intelligence at Stanford attended by 175 students in situ — and over 100,000 via an interactive webcast. He shares what he learned about teaching to … Seguir leyendo

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