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Does Higher Education Still Prepare People for Job
We often hear employers and business leaders lament the unfortunate gap between what students learn in college and what they are actually expected to know in order to be job-ready. This is particularly alarming in light of the large — and still growing — number of people graduating from university: above 40% of 25 to 34-year-olds in OECD countries, and nearly 50% of 25 to 34-year-olds in America.https://hbr.org/2019/01/does-higher-education-still-prepare-people-for-jobs?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=hbr&fbclid=IwAR35STOCDKV8FQHaneZEyXAZRqBAcwEIKOaEadFTN6CvPJquuEP6coEl_OQ
How to Recognize Your Third Eye Is Opening
Since ancient times, the third eye had been revered by all kinds of cultures. Today, we know it as the pineal gland, but it is still called the third eye in the spiritual realm. The third eye is viewed as a spiritual sign representing our capability to conquer all kinds of challenges in daily life by tapping into our inner wisdom. But there is much more to the third eye than that. In most Eastern traditions, the third eye is undoubtedly real; a thing that anybody can perceive and obviously feel if they have a strong sense of self and mindfulness. It is what is often referred to as the connection between our body and our spirit.https://www.powerofpositivity.com/5-signs-third-eye-opening/
'Chocolate lilac' - the next hair color trend
If you have brown hair, then you may have thought about changing up your hair color to help give it the look of body and movement. While traditional blonde highlights could certainly help you achieve that look, there’s one hair color trend of the moment that can be seriously stunning when paired with brown hair—we’re talking about chocolate lilac hair.
The Implant Helping People Walk Again
Thanks to an electrical implant developed by a team at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), people can walk more than half a mile with the implant turned on. https://www.bbc.com/news/health-46043924 Image Credit: BBC