Checklist For Lead Generation
Topping the list of technological advancements that industries and workforces are anticipating will be integrated in the workflow in the coming years are the AIRA technologies – or more commonly known as Artificial Intelligence, Robots, and Automation technologies. Predictions for the future of businesses and industries concerning its technological aspect state that AIRA technologies will soon … Read more
Meet The Demands Of Nursing Education
As you may know, the healthcare industry relies heavily on the talents and skills of nurse educators to train and educate future nurses. However, there is currently a shortage of nursing professionals. According to a recent study in the Journal of Nursing Scholarship, the number of nurses with nursing bachelor’s degrees has climbed … Read more
The iPhone X
The iPhone, 10 years old and what a revolutionary product. Some tech experts predicted a crash and burn when the 1st Generation model was released, and some blissfully predicted the success it’s had.
Thanks Tim Cook for the new iPhone 8 and X (still to be released…) but most importantly, thank you to the legend himself … Read more
Comparing Millennial Performance To Older Generations
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The manner in which the millennial generation has come of age has had a profound effect on the way in which they perform on the job in more ways than one. Though there may be some areas in which those older generations may hold some skepticism, there are objective … Read more
Evolution of VR
It’s the first year anniversary of the Oculus Rift and an opportune time to revisit the past of Virtual Reality. The new generation must not even have the fragment of information on the advent of Virtual Reality and the related and subsequent creations. Today it is more advanced than the initial creations and there will be more … Read more
Gender Wage Gap In Sports
In the last two decades, society has taken seriously the idea of gender pay equality. In some countries like the United Kingdom, the gender pay gap for women aged 20 to 29 has fallen to 5%, recent studies from Resolution Foundation show that gender pay gap has closed for every subsequent generation of women. Therefore, … Read more
Do You Know Shakespeare?
At Super Scholar, we help students get the most out of their educational experience. Recently we have developed a really interesting infographic about William Shakespeare. He would have turned 452 this year, but his works still echo through time. Many of his works are required reading throughout high school and college. His archetypes are still found … Read more
Baby Boomers and the Nursing Shortage
As the Baby Boomer generation ages, the number of nurses required to provide adequate healthcare increases significantly.
The number of people with chronic health conditions is expected to grow from 8.6 million today, to 30 million by 2030. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the demand for nurses will grow significantly. Up to … Read more
As baby boomers get set to retire there is not one but three distinct generations waiting to take their place: generation X (born between 1966 and 1976), generation Y (1977 to 1994) and generation Z (1995 to 2012).
What defines these generations? What are their characteristics? Where do their skills lie? Which attitudes and values do they cling to? Understanding … Read more
Recruitment is changing. The Millennial generation, and those who follow in its orbit, represent a new frontier. They have different expectations for employment, seek different company values and can be successfully recruited in different places than those that preceded them.
The job market has entered a new era, and your recruitment needs to get up to speed quickly if your … Read more