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Whether you are just starting out in college, are ready to step out into the working world for the first time, or a seasoned veteran with years of social security contributions under your belt, we hope that these articles will help inspire you and your choices.

Careeers in Healthcare

I n career news, healthcare is everywhere. That’s because the healthcare industry is projected to add more jobs—over 4 million—than any other industry between 2012 and 2022, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). And it is projected to be among the fastest-growing industries in the economy. “Without a doubt, there’s a lot of opportunity in healthcare,” says Stephanie Drake, former executive director of the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration in Chicago, Illinois. But which areas of work are expected to have the best outlook? What are the occupations, and what do they pay? And how do you prepare for them? This article answers those questions.

To read more on this article see Volume 27, Number 123, July 2017 issue of eoejournal

The Role of Mechanical Engineers

Mechanical engineering is one of the broadest engineering disciplines. Mechanical engineers research, design, develop, build, and test mechanical and thermal sensors and devices, including tools, engines, and machines.

To read more on this article see Volume 27, Number 123, July 2017 issue of eoejournal

Your First Year As a Nurse

Your journey through nursing school has been long and arduous but an end is finally in sight. As you approach graduation you experience a strange mix of relief and panic. The realities of what lies ahead as a professional nurse start to creep in making it hard to breath. You question yourself asking, Did I make the right decision to become a nurse? Do I have what it takes to succeed? These feelings are normal and are experienced by all new graduates. Here are seven strategies that will help you survive, and even thrive, during your first year as a nurse and beyond.

To read more on this article see Volume 27, Number 123, July 2017 issue of eoejournal

Reasons to Hire Disabled Workers

While the Americans with Disabilities Act provides vital protections to the disabled workforce, it can’t solve every issue. There is a systemic problem of fewer opportunities for advancement for workers with disabilities. One theme, which is commonly discussed, is that employment of disabled workers is the right thing to do. Providing equal opportunity is providing equal rights; it’s moral and ethical.

To read more on this article see Volume 27, Number 123, July 2017 issue of eoejournal

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