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Top Five High-Paying Specialist Jobs That Don’t Require Degrees

There is a trend in the world of employment called ‘new collar’ jobs. What are these jobs? These are career opportunities that do not ascertain your eligibility based on a four-year college degree, but on the basis of the skills you possess. You may have acquired these skills through an
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Three Tips to Overcome Math Anxiety on Test Day

What is Math Anxiety? Many people seem to quiver at the thought of doing math. And it’s not just in school. Children and adults alike are faced with numerous situations wherein they have to deal with math. After all, mathematics is a skill that people have to use throughout their
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Five Jobs That Require Typing Skills

By Meredith Cicerchia Most of us use a computer every day, because digital literacy skills matter. And in the workplace, it’s no longer just administrative and clerical workers who require keyboarding skills. For the majority of job seekers, typing is as fundamental as using Microsoft Word or being able to
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Bob Frost celebrated at Seeds of Literacy’s Thrive! on Oct. 11

Seeds of Literacy held its signature event, Thrive!, on Oct. 11 at the Union Club in downtown Cleveland, where the organization honored tutor and advocate Bob Frost with the Cultivator Impact Award. Now in its second year, Thrive! celebrates those who help Seeds of Literacy students succeed and thrive. After
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New staff members at Seeds of Literacy!

In the past couple of months, Seeds of Literacy has been growing! We’ve added four new staff members and we wanted to take a moment of opportunity to introduce everyone to their smiling faces. Come meet them here: Neil Bloomberg is the new Director of Development at Seeds. He previously
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What It Means to Be an Adult Literacy Advocate

By Jennifer Vecchiarelli In November 2018, Kara Krawiec became the first ever ProLiteracy Hero. Kara is an adult literacy advocate  who is the East site coordinator at Seeds of Literacy in Cleveland, Ohio, an organization that provides personalized education to empower adults to succeed in their communities. There are over
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How to Step Back from Your Smartphone

Our smartphones are pretty amazing tools. We can use them to help manage our money, check our health, and keep us connected to news, videos, and the Internet anywhere we go. But could they be too much of a good thing? Maybe you’ve been “phubbed”–phone snubbed–by a friend or family
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