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Essential Soft & Hard Skills for Today’s Cybersecurity Professionals

Cybersecurity threats can be a problem for essentially any organization with data to protect. And in an increasingly digital world, that means cybersecurity professionals are in high demand. In fact, a study from the Global Information Security Workforce Study estimates that by 2022, there will be a cybersecurity workforce shortage of around 1.8 million jobs. …

Why You Should Consider A Career in Cybersecurity Right Now

As everything in the modern world becomes connected to the internet, from refrigerators to motor vehicles, the need to protect ourselves from cyber threats also grows. As long as technology is a dominant force in the world, there will be a need for people who can provide that protection. Just by looking at career salaries, …

Creative Leadership MBA vs EMBA: What’s the Difference?

The Creative Leadership MBA at National University is an interdisciplinary program that draws from the values of the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) and integrates it with the curriculum of the National University MBA program.  Ultimately, the cornerstone of this program centers on leadership.  This unique curriculum is informed by the work of CCL, a …

Part Time MBA Options for Executives & Working Professional

Earning an MBA can mean taking an enormous step closer to achieving your career goals. With a median starting salary of $115,000, an MBA is among the highest paying graduate degrees. It’s also an incredibly versatile degree, helping to provide students with skills necessary to excel in a wide range of management careers. Many of …

The California Teacher Shortage and COVID-19

Years before pandemic restrictions upturned the U.S. education industry, California was already struggling with a state-wide teacher shortage that even today remains frequently cited as one of the nation’s worst. However, the socioeconomic devastation wrought by COVID-19 — which has, as of March 2021, claimed more lives in California than any other U.S. state — …

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