Studies have shown that online colleges are just as effective at teaching material as traditional classes. So any class has the potential to work well online if taught the right way. The quality of the class does not solely depend on the material being taught, it depends on the school, too.

Are you one of those people who look forward to their limited vacation time each year so you can plan your next big adventure? But what if that allocated time is not enough to simmer your adventurous spirit and passion for travel? With the industry booming, there is no better time to consider combining your love of travel with working full or part-time as a professional tour director.

Historically, a post-secondary degree in criminal justice led to a career in law enforcement or security. While those careers remain popular, today’s criminal justice graduates have a broader array of choices, particularly in social services.

Whether you are currently studying to become a pharmacy technician or you have worked in the industry for a while, obtaining a pharmacy technician certification could be the key to a fulfilling career. The Bureau of Labor Statistics cites a 30 percent growth rate over the next 10 years for pharmacy technician positions.

While raising children, many women find themselves looking for a solution in which they can work, while still being involved in their child’s life. This may be one of the reasons for the rising trend of successful “mompreneurs” – women starting and running their own businesses, often from home.

Looking for a cost-effective way to continue their professional development, many business people are turning to the Internet and online business training videos for help.

Wondering how savvy you are about money matters? There’s an easy way to find out with just a few clicks of the mouse. A new test, available online at www.moneymaladies.com, lets people gauge their grasp of some of the more important -- and relevant -- financial matters that can affect their future.