Ed4Career Blog


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Time. We all have 168 hours a week. How we allocate that time is just as different and unique as we are as individuals.


The Face Behind the Content

By Kris Powers | March 7th 2018

I wanted to take a moment and introduce myself. I’m Kris, and I blog for Ed4Online. I’m a real person, with a family, pets, friends, and a job I love.


Find Time for Yourself

By Kris Powers | February 28th 2018

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There are always things vying for your attention. But what about finding time for yourself? If you are like me, you take care of everyone’s needs first, and oftentimes find your energy depleted.


5 Reasons Why Adult Students Succeed

By Kris Powers | February 21st 2018

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More than 40 percent of Americans enrolled in colleges are adult learners – students who are 25 years old or older - and many colleges and universities are just starting to consider their diverse needs.



Skill advancement

Skill areas that experts recommend you brush up on for you to remain marketable through 2026.


5 Benefits of Upskilling

By Kris Powers | February 7th 2018

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Do you sometimes feel stuck in a rut at work? Are opportunities for advancement passing you by? Have you considered looking for a new position, but feel that your knowledge and skills may be a bit rusty? It’s time to upskill with Ed4Online!


Prioritize Your Personal Development

By Kris Powers | January 31st 2018

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There’s nothing like the start of a new year to rejoice in our past successes, reflect on our mistakes, and resolve to learn something new.


Don't Let Your Fears Affect Your Future

By Kris Powers | January 24th 2018

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Have you been contemplating a career change? Are you afraid that you are becoming irrelevant in your current field?


More Students Enrolling in Online Classes

By Kris Powers | January 17th 2018

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According to the report, federal data from more than 4,700 colleges and universities shows that in 2016, 6.34 million students were enrolled in at least one online course, compared with 5.99 million students in 2015.


7 Steps to More Effective Problem Solving

By Kris Powers | January 10th 2018

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The following steps can help you better identify issues and come up with solutions for life’s obstacles!