When you think of feats of engineering, you may think of impressive examples of architecture. In the ancient world, perhaps the Pyramids, of the Coliseum. Likely one of the top few images that comes to mind, however, includes something that flies. Airplanes, helicopters, space shuttles and the like are some of the most superlative-worthy examples . . .
Agriculture is at the heart of what it means to be human. According to most standard accounts of world history and archeology, civilization began when agriculture began. Just because agriculture is potentially the oldest science, however, doesn't mean it's the “same old same old.' Today, agriculture is a blend of crop science, soil science, biology, . . .
Traced back in time, the English word ‘marketing' has its roots in the town markets of 16th century Europe. In bustling city centers of the renaissance, vendors curried for position to catch the eye (and wallets) of curious passers-by. Over the years, marketing has progressed as a sort of art (and in recent history a . . .
Look around yourself. If you're within view of a window, chances are you're looking at something that was built. Not by one person, but an entire team. Many corporations and individuals that came together to construct the location you're in now. Be it a library, a coffee shop, your home, or an airport. Building degrees . . .
"What you wear is how you present yourself to the world, especially today, when human contacts are so quick. Fashion is instant language." —Miuccia Prada If you care about clothes, you know that style is a form of self-expression. Our clothing and accessories show the world how we see ourselves and how we want to . . .
We shape our buildings, thereafter they shape us - Winston Churchill Civil engineering is the design, development, and maintenance of infrastructure. In America, we're facing significant infrastructure issues. These issues can be seen in our airports, train systems, bridges, roads, and water systems. From the Rust Belt to major cities like New York and Los . . .
There are several similarities between the two degrees. The educational paths parallel one another, as do the degree requirements. However, the informatics nurse and the administrative nurse each play a vital role in the healthcare system. Because of the correlation between the two, it is difficult to arrive at a definitive benefit of one degree. . . .
Sales is a massive career field, accounting for 11,855,800 jobs, according to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Despite a slower than average overall rate of growth, the BLS expects another 458,700 job opportunities to emerge over a decade. While many sales jobs don’t require a college education at all, these occupations are . . .
If you have ever wished to be a CEO, then it’s worth exploring the chief executive career path. Chief executives receive a lot of benefits to go along with their view from the top, but they also face a lot of responsibility. To become a chief executive officer or other C-level manager, you should plan . . .