It’s a new year and a new beginning! Time to start off with a clean slate! If you’re like most people, you might make a New Year’s resolution. It could be changing an undesired behavior or to becoming a better version of yourself. One goal might be to advance in your career or education, but a major challenge might be finding the time (or money) to go take classes at your local college.
Many are strapped for resources to pursue this goal and find it difficult to juggle work-life balance. To achieve this goal, you might want turn to online programs. Whether it’s for a degree, certification or a continuing education, many colleges are offering this option. The trend is becoming more popular to learn a new skill online.
Some might be skeptical by not physically being in a classroom but here are some advantages to learning online:
- Variety of programs/certifications
Online programs are a great way to forward your professional development. Classes be can held via webcam and books can be electronic. Ebooks have features like hyperlinks to glossary terms and can have visual effects that you wouldn't necessarily get from a regular textbook. It can be fun and interactive with software programs integrating social media and online discussions boards.
Read these posts for more advice on growing your career:
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- How to Create Your Own Happiness at Work
- 10 Tips to Help You Get Noticed on LinkedIn
- What Recruiters Look for in a Resume (and What You Might Be Doing Incorrectly)
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