On June 23, twenty-one teachers spent the day at Open Systems Technology to hone some coding skills they hope to take back to their own classrooms in September. This is a great example of teachers and industry professionals working together to make education current and relevant for today’s students.
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In this article Devon Ramsey outlines why he choose pipe-fitting and welding as a career and how his decision is paying off, literally.
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Choosing a place to live where you can find good, well-paid work and stretch your paycheck to cover your costs can be difficult.
To help you out, the personal finance site MoneyRates used several data sources, including the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, to determine the best and worst states for making a living in 2015. The ranking is based on five factors: average wages, state tax rates, cost of living, unemployment rates, and incidents of workplace injuries.
Check out the best and worst states below:
via The best and worst states to make a living – Business Insider.