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Social Workers Assisting Veterans and their Families

The National Center for Veterans Analysis and Statistics (NCVAS) stated there were an estimated 18.9 million veterans in the United States in 2015. Veterans face numerous challenges as they acclimate back into civilian life after completing their military service, but social workers can be an invaluable asset for veterans and their families throughout this transition. […]

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Using Data To Improve Performance in Nonprofits

How data can help create a systematic process that enables organizations to improve the productivity of employees in a team framework.

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How Social Media Is Changing Public Administration

Social media is becoming an increasingly popular platform for civic and political engagement. According to the Pew Research Center, roughly 39 percent of American adults have used platforms such as Twitter and Facebook to engage in civic or political activities. The overall ideological and partisan patterns vary among the users. To learn more, check out […]

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The importance of cultural competence in social work.

Combating Homelessness Using the Principles of Social Justice as a Guide

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) describes homelessness as the state of being food and shelter insecure. More specifically, HUD considers anyone who cannot afford to rent a house—and therefore has to live with friends or extended family members, in the streets, or in other places unsuitable for human habitation, such as […]

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Why the Brick and Mortar Store Still Matters

Why the Brick and Mortar Store Still Matters

Contrary to most opinions, brick-and-mortar stores still exist and are not going anywhere anytime soon. No, this is not an emotional narrative that’s conveniently ignoring the reality, but it’s a reflection of what consumers think and how the traditional (offline) retail market has been performing in the past few years, despite the presence of online […]

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An infographic about social media and its connection to well being by Rutgers University.

Social Media and Well-Being

Society’s constant connection to technology, especially social media, affects personal well-being both positively and negatively. See how.

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An infographic about social work in the private sector by Rutgers University online.

Social Workers in the Private Sector

There are a multitude of opportunities in the private sector available to social workers. We’ll show you some of the most popular.

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Using Performance Measurement to Improve Nonprofit Decision-Making

Performance measurement is a critical component of decision-making. Nonprofit organizations have the responsibility of fulfilling important missions. Performance measurement can help nonprofits make better decisions, meet their challenges, and achieve their missions.

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How Much Evidence is Enough? Learning How to Use Evidence-Based Policy and Practice

Evidence-based policy making is essential to good governance. But how do we know when we have enough information to make the best decisions? And how to we ensure that the decisions we are making are the correct ones?

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How Data is Stored and What We Do With It

The amount of data in the world is increasing as our storage devices are becoming smaller and more powerful. With this abundance of data there is an increased focus on the ways we retrieve, manipulate, and use the data we’ve stored.

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The Evolution of Information – Master of Information

We live in an age where information is more accessible than ever before. When we understand the evolution and benefits of this information we can harness its power to make decisions that improve our organizations and daily lives.

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Credit Cards and Mobile Payments: What Your Business Needs to Know for Now and the Near Future

Monetary exchange of goods has been a part of society for ages, though it has taken many different forms throughout the years. There was a time when someone would mostly barter with another person; they might trade a banana for an apple.

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Moving Towards Sustainable Development with a Circular Economy – Master of Public Administration

A circular economy is one that is restorative and regenerative by design, and which aims to keep products, components and materials at their highest utility and value at all times, distinguishing between technical and biological cycles.

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How Businesses are Adapting to the Independent Contractor Economy

Learn why employers must adapt and learn to embrace the freelance economy

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Using Evidence-Based Practices to Improve Healthcare in the United States – Master of Public Administration

Ranked last out of 11 developed countries, the US healthcare system must take urgent measures to improve service delivery and patient outcomes.

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The Future of Big Data: Data Wrangling

As scientists gain greater access to immense amounts of information, they need more efficient ways to round up and organize that data.To learn more how scientists are using data wrangling to do so, checkout this infograhpic created by Rutgers University’s Online Master of Information program. Growth of Data, Internet Users, Mobile and Wearable Technology Digital […]

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What Can You Do with a Career in Data Science?

With the innumerable amounts of data generated in the technology era, data scientists have become an increasingly needed vocation. Those in the field of data science can look forward to a promising career and excellent compensation.

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Globalization: Challenges of Corporations During Expansion

The world has become a “global village”, forcing companies to consider globalization. While the potential to increase their profits and return on investments may be high, there are also challenges associated with globalization and every CEO needs to know about them before taking their business global. Two of the main challenges are; increased competition and […]

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Virtual Reality: Changing the Way Marketers are Conducting Research

Market research is going a step up. Instead of simply observing how consumers behave, companies want to know the reasons behind every decision. Virtual reality presents businesses with an opportunity to study their audience in greater depth than ever before in a cost-effective manner. To learn more, checkout this infographic created by Rutgers University’s Online […]

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The Benefits of Six Sigma

Six Sigma emerged in the 1980s as an innovative approach to process improvement and waste reduction in manufacturing. Now, with a growing group of professionals trained in Six Sigma methodology, it is being implemented in various industries to achieve efficiency and customer satisfaction. To learn more, checkout this infographic created by Rutgers University’s Online Master […]

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