Navigating Continuing Education Challenges | StateCE.com

  Navigating Continuing Education Challenges Returning to school as an adult is a big decision that takes a lot of planning. Choosing a school, deciding on a major, and applying for financial aid each take time and careful consideration.  With the added challenges facing continuing education as an adult, juggling family, work, and school can … Read more

Insurance Agent’s Guide to Continued Education

Insurance sales agents are in high demand across the United States, and this trend appears likely to continue in the foreseeable future. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) notes there were 466,100 insurance agent jobs in the U.S. in 2014. The number of insurance agent jobs is also expected to increase 9% nationally between … Read more

Types of Electricians | StateCE

To a lot of folks, an electrician is an electrician. But if you’re involved in the electrical industry, you likely know that there are, in fact, many different types of electricians.If you’re an electrician or an electrical contractor or are thinking of becoming one, it’s important to understand the different types of electricians, the different … Read more

How Online Continuing Education Courses Work

It seems like everyone is going back to school these days. An endless stream of TV commercials, magazine ads and brochures tout different continuing education (CE) programs and the importance of CE courses, but the overarching theme is clear. Continuing education has become a necessity for professional development. At least, that seems to be the … Read more

The Next Generation Mortgage Loan Officer

According to the United States Census Bureau, Generation Y has 83.1 million members and makes up more than 25 percent of America’s overall population.  In its 2014 study, “Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends,” the National Association of Realtors reported that this demographic group is responsible for 76 percent of first-time home purchases … Read more

What Goes Into Being a Tow Truck Operator?

  When you think of a tow truck operator, you may immediately envision someone who picks up and drops off broken-down cars. Yet, there’s much more to being a great tow truck operator than that. In fact, this type of career has a number of facets that you might not have considered before. Tow Truck … Read more

The Importance of Taking an Insurance Ethics CE Class

Most insurance professionals need to take some insurance ethics classes as part of their continuing education requirements. Few would argue with the notion that insurance agents should act ethically, as should any professional. There is some confusion, however, about what an ethics course is and why it’s important. In this post, we’ll break … Read more

15 Tips For Getting Hired as an Electrician

Getting a job as an electrician requires relevant skills and credentials, preferably with several years of experience in the field. If you lack experience, starting a career as an electrician will require more gumption, since you’ll probably have to search numerous wanted ads and interview with various utilities, making a strong case each time about … Read more