7 Geeky Subscription Boxes for Nerds and Gamers

May 15, 2018

Pets, exercise and even food have had their box day, but what about boxes for the nerdier set? We see you and we’ve got you covered. Take a look at these geeky subscription boxes created to cater to your curious side.

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6 Signs You’re a Nerd Mom or Geek Dad

May 11, 2018

Starting a family can be an exciting adventure on many different levels, and there’s something equally thrilling about having an opportunity to pass along some of your quirky interests and lifelong passions to your little tykes. For a lot of folks, bringing up kids comes naturally, though not everyone follows the well-trodden path to parenting. […]

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Top Cities for Job Growth in 2018

May 8, 2018

Last year was a strong year for the nation and specifically for the STEM industry, which experienced strong job creation. Where are these new jobs being added? Some of the fastest growing positions are Information Security Manager, IT Program Manager, DevOps Engineer and Web Application Developer. The latest BLS report shared that it is a […]

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April Jobs Report: Unemployment Rate Drops Below 4 Percent

May 7, 2018

The unemployment rate decreased 0.2 percent in April to 3.9 percent. A total of 164,000 jobs were created during the month.

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What to Do After a Bad Job Interview

April 30, 2018

Bad interviews happen to the best of us. You walk in prepared, feeling confident and focused, but then something unexpected sends the conversation careening off course as you struggle in vain to right the ship. No one wants to have a bad interview, but it doesn’t have to be the end of your story. There […]

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4 Ways the Hubble Telescope Helped Unravel the Mysteries of the Universe

April 25, 2018

When the Discovery space shuttle lifted-off on April 24, 1990, its payload included what has turned out to be an amazing time machine: the Hubble Space Telescope. Thanks to the Hubble telescope, humans are able to peer back billions of years in time. Hubble, which is about the size of a large school bus, has […]

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