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From Wounded Warrior To Successful Federal Employee

San Diego, California (NAPSI) - Here’s an inspiring look at how one former soldier went from adversity to personal victory: Retired Staff Sgt. Paul Roberts is a two-time Warrior Games medalist, a father of two, a federal employee and a proud member of the U.S. Army Wounded Warrior Program (AW2).

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Streamline Your Studies With A Personalized, Online MBA

Imperial, California (NAPSI) - Today’s technology means MBA students no longer need to be confined to on-campus, lecture-driven programs and they’re taking advantage of it.

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Growing A Small Business Online

Imperial, California (NAPSI) - There could be big news for small business owners, especially women, looking to enhance their business.

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America’s Assisted Living Nurses

Washington, DC (NAPSI) - If you or someone you care about is among the more than 40 million Americans over age 65 or the estimated 8,000 more who reach that age every day a few facts about aging and caring for the aged may be good to know.

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Vice President’s Meetings on Workforce Development and Job-Driven Training

Washington, DC - As part of Vice President Biden’s ongoing work to improve America’s training programs, the Vice President hosted a conference call today with National Governors Association (NGA) leadership to discuss workforce development and job-driven training.

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Despite harsh winter, drought in West, UCLA Anderson Forecast predicts employment growth

Los Angeles, California - In its first quarterly report of 2014, the UCLA Anderson Forecast asserts that the harsh winter weather that ravaged much of the country caused slower-than-expected national growth in the first quarter of the year. However, the economy should rebound in the spring.

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Rocket Competition A Launchpad For Local Students Aspiring To High-Tech Careers

Washington, DC (NAPSI) - Since the Wright brothers’ first flight in 1903, some of the country’s most accomplished aerospace engineers, mathematicians and scientists have had their first brush with technological innovation right in their own backyards, schools, garages and basements. Today, that tradition continues.

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Department of State to Offer Massive Online Course for English Language Educators

Washington, DC - The U.S. Department of State announces the launch of Shaping the Way We Teach English, a massive open online course (MOOC) for English as a foreign language (EFL) educators. The ten-week university-level course was developed by the University of Oregon and is currently available on the Coursera platform. By strengthening the quality of English teaching around the world, the Department hopes to open economic opportunities in science, business, technology, and higher education for more of our international partners and offer skills for a better future.

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