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Remote work has taken off in the past five years, something we hear more about as social media, entrepreneurship, consulting and development continue to grow. According to Forbes, remote work is no longer a privilege: It's become the standard operating mode for at least 50 percent of the U.S. population.

Some people always knew they wanted to pursue a post-graduate degree. For others, such as Rachel Lopez, Affinity Mentoring development director, the revelation came later, once they were in a leadership position.

There might be times in the business world when flying by the seat of your pants works out just fine.

We live in a time where it's not uncommon to regularly hear news about organizations assisting startups, promoting entrepreneurship, and offering pitch competitions and business funding.

According to data from Burning Glass Technologies, the current welding workforce is projected to need over 470,000 welders by 2022, yet only 3.4 percent of those currently doing those jobs are women.

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