June 25, 2017

Review: The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith

It’s the good sort of insta-love.   The Statistical Probability of Love, at First sight, was a bit of an eye-opener for me. My initial reaction after seeing the title was 1. ‘cool title!’ then, quite rapidly, 2. do I want to read a book where the insta-love, one of my greatest YA pet peeves, […]

Academic Scientific Grants: job opportunities- National Science Foundation

When people become engaged in various scientific issues, they revise their ideas of researches and their importance for future technological and scientific progress of the nation and world. As most researchers are talented people with original ideas, it is clear that patenting and plagiarism are concepts relevant to the area of scientific grants and investment. […]

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Important Careers in Science: Environmental Scientists

Pursuing a career in science with the intention of contributing to one of the concerns of the society might seem like a noble cause. The latter is specifically evident in areas related to environmental protection. It might seem that environment protection is everyone’s concern in the last decade, and thus, a career in environment protection […]

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What Andy Rooney Can Teach Us About Finding A Job That Brings You Joy

Retirement is a common topic among people of all ages. For most, it’s a goal, and, financial concerns aside, something they have never considered NOT doing. Apparently, Andy Rooney is an exception. He vowed to work until the day he died, and he came pretty close. Within just a few weeks of retiring from 60 […]

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Investing In Your Future Without Spending (Much) Money

Usually, people think of IRA’s and 401(k)’s when “investing” is mentioned. Or, they think of saving 4-8 months of liquid reserves in case of a layoff. These are both important, but there’s another type of deposit you can make for your future – additional knowledge. We all know that a college education is a valuable […]

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