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    Five Pieces of Advice for Adults Returning to College
    At UEI, we believe it’s never too late to go back to school. If you set foot in our classrooms, you’ll soon realize we welcome students of all ages into our student body, from recent high school graduates to older adults returning to college for the second or third time. Whether you’re going back to school at 30, or are somewhere in your 40s or 50s, going back to college as an adult can be intimidating. If you’re among the many older adults returning to college later in life, you’re not alone, and you’re not without support. From finding the right program to getting enough rest, here are five helpful tips that’ll help make the transition back into student life a little bit easier.
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    Questions to Ask Before Accepting a Job Offer

    In such a competitive job market, receiving an employment offer is an exciting prospect. It may be super exciting, but don’t sell yourself short by failing to be well-informed about what the employment offer, position, and company are really all about. Whether it’s a lack of knowledge, lack of experience, or a fear of coming across as greedy and unappreciative, not asking questions is something we’ve all been guilty of at one point or another. From inquiries into the typical day-to-day of someone in your position to information about salary and benefits, here are some questions to ask an employer before accepting a job offer.

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    Going Back to College as an Adult: Myths vs. Reality
    Now that the kids are out of the house, you have a little more time to assess your career and really think about what you want from your profession. You have your eye on a great promotion or even a whole new field, but you need a degree to get it. So, you’re thinking of going back to college as an adult. The idea of finally getting that degree you’ve wanted is really exciting, but there’s a lot that seems intimidating. Will everyone in your class be 20? Will you have to be on campus all day, every day? Can you afford it? How on earth are you supposed to do homework again!?
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    How to Make Your Social Media Profiles Career Ready
    Throughout your job search, it’s almost a given that hiring managers will scope out your social media profiles to get a better understanding of your personality and how you’ll fit in with the rest of the team. Although illegal in some states, this practice is not unheard of. And, it’ll likely continue once you’re hired and officially brought on as the newest addition to the team. Whether you work as an assistant in a dental office or as a technician at your local garage, your colleagues and clients may seek you out on social media. We’ve all heard the horror stories about employees revealing too much on social media, but using social media wisely can actually bring the right kind of attention your way. Here are a few ways to optimize your social media profiles for the workplace.
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    Trends Impacting the Medical Billing & Coding Field
    Medical billing and coding is a fast-paced, critical role within the healthcare sector. It transforms all aspects of healthcare into medical alphanumerical codes in order to record and report on figures and trends. The associated technology and surrounding health policies have a huge impact on the medical coding job role, meaning it’s best suited for an individual who can keep up to date with the inevitable changes. From The Affordable Care Act to CPT Code Updates, we’ll explore some of these changes in more detail below.
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