The academic study of English has long been a stand-in for the “useless” degree. It doesn’t teach you to prepare schematics for the building of buildings, or to configure a server, or to track levels of chemicals in a field of corn. What is does teach you, through the lens of reading, dissecting, and discussing . . .
What image does the word "archaeologist" bring to mind? An aged professor proving over dusty volumes of technical notes? Or Indiana Jones, sweeping through an ancient temple to uncover a lost relic? The truth is, real-life archaeologists are a little of both: intrepid adventurers and technical researchers. They work with shovels and picks, as well . . .
Anthropologists like to ask big questions. "Why did this civilization collapse?" "How do language barriers affect the flow of information?" or even "What makes us human?" Anthropologists have inquiring minds, big-picture thinking, attention to detail, and solid research skills. Through patient research and deep analysis, anthropologists develop insights into topics like how past cultures functioned, . . .
Overview Speech pathologists, also called speech-language pathologists and speech therapists, are healthcare professionals who work with patients to address communication and swallowing disorders. They work with patients whose conditions can stem from a variety of causes, from developmental delays to brain injuries and strokes. Speech pathologists interact directly with patients to assess their speech proficiency. . . .
If you have the ability to speak Spanish you could find yourself with a lot of career opportunity here in United States. That is because Spanish is the second most spoken language after English. And we’re talking all industries, not just those specific to linguistics. Speaking Spanish gives you a competitive edge to employers, and . . .