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We work with some of the best science and culture writers to publish new and engaging articles on PathwaysToJobs.com. Our content covers a wide-range of topics from student life to news in the STEM and Trades industries.

We work with some of the best science and culture writers to publish new and engaging articles on PathwaysToJobs.com. Our content covers a wide-range of topics from student life to news in the STEM and Trades industries.

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SpaceX Wants to Get Humans to Mars!

SpaceX Wants to Get Humans to Mars!

We’re sure you’ve already heard about SpaceX by now. For those who haven’t, SpaceX is an American aerospace company that’s developing advanced spacecraft and rockets for space exploration. NASA is relying on them to send astronauts and cargo into space after retiring its famo […]

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Ontario investing in the trades

The Ontario government is encouraging more young people to enter the skilled trades after high school with $28 million in funding to help them pay for pre-apprenticeship training. The funding to help address major shortages of workers in Ontario’s skilled trades was announced at the […]

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Ontario investing in the trades

Ladies in the World of STEM

Ladies in the World of STEM

It is proven that girls in elementary school tend to grade higher in math and science than boys. Interestingly enough, very few females choose to move on to post secondary to pursue a career in these fields. Many career paths require a solid understand of science, technology, engineering and ma […]

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Study Math and Save the World

Well, maybe not the whole world. But math experts and researchers are finding ways to use math and science to predict and prevent many types of cancer. Like the one that Angelina Jolie found out about and dealt with a couple of years ago. She heard about some research that had identified and isolate […]

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Study Math and Save the World

You Have to Pay Those Students Loans Back!

You Have to Pay Those Students Loans Back!

That summer before University or College you applied for assistance for the school year. Life is expensive, loans are a wonderful way to make sure you have all the necessities like food, clothing and supplies for the academic year. The most challenging aspect of your education commonly is paying for […]

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Computerized cars are on the rise

The bad news is that you may not have your driver’s license yet. The good news is that you may not need one in the future. That’s because driverless cars are almost here. This has been coming for a while. Various technology companies and automakers have been tinkering with aspects of dri […]

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Computerized cars are on the rise

Social Media is Not Only for Socializing

Social Media is Not Only for Socializing

Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, etc. are all tools that, if used effectively, can positively impact your career. You’re probably already using these tools, but most people will play with them like toys and fail to realize their potential. The direct connections that can be made in a matter of m […]

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A Career in Medical Science

The medical field is all the focus right now with everything COVID-related. From nurses and doctors, to medical equipment technicians and medical housekeeping. There is no doubt that every aspect of this field is now front-and-center, showcasing its amazing tenacity for caring for the people of the […]

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A Career in Medical Science

Marketing is Like An Iceberg

Marketing is Like An Iceberg

Marketing is like an iceberg; officially defined as "the action or business of promoting and selling products or services, including market research and advertising." But that is just the outer tip of the berg. When looking into the depths of marketing, and not just the definition, we […]

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Purdue University -Reaching space...

Professor Collicott will join his experiment on Virgin Galactic suborbital flight Reaching space to become a reality for Purdue aerospace engineer.  WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University’s Steven Collicott was 8 years old when he saw Neil Armstrong step onto the moon an […]

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Purdue University -Reaching space...

Canadian Space Agency - Transforming the future of space robotics

Canadian Space Agency - Transforming the future of space robotics

Have you looked at the back of your five-dollar bill? It features Canadian space robots Canadarm2 and Dextre! Did you know that Canada sends astronauts to space because of these robots? When Canada designed and built Canadarm more than 40 years ago, we invented space robotics. Si […]

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How to Succeed As a Freelance Writer

It cannot be denied that most successful writers have several things in common: a passion to create, an inquisitive mind, and an instinctive talent in wordplay. Given that writing is often something done out of passion, many people think that pursuing a college degree is pointless. However, having a […]

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How to Succeed As a Freelance Writer

Taking Care of Your Mental Health

Taking Care of Your Mental Health

Hey everyone! It has been a super long year dealing with this new pandemic. COVID has presented a full roster of new challenges for everybody, especially our students. With the isolation and unrelenting workload, it can seriously affect your mental health. I have compiled some handy tips to keep you […]

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STEM Careers for the Artistically Inclined​

There are many people that think STEM careers are just number-related and science-oriented. While this is true on many levels, there are many STEM careers that are suitable for people who also have an artistic desire. For example, web development. Having a keen eye for GUI (Graphic User Interfa […]

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STEM Careers for the Artistically Inclined​

Should I Go Into the Arts?

Should I Go Into the Arts?

There has never been more opportunity for a successful career in the Arts than there is today. However, there are a few important points to consider if you truly want a to pursue this type of work. Market SaturationWith today’s ever increasing market for the arts, specialized schools have […]

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So Much to Explore in Space!

When we look up into the night sky, especially on a clear night, we can see a vast galaxy above us. It looks like it is endless. Now, thanks to research and space probes like the Hubble telescope, we know that what our eyes can see is just a fraction of what may be out there. Not only is our galaxy […]

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So Much to Explore in Space!

Careers in Medical Science

Careers in Medical Science

The medical field is all the focus right now with everything COVID-related. From nurses and doctors, to medical equipment technicians and medical housekeeping. There is no doubt that every aspect of this field is now front-and-center, showcasing its amazing tenacity for caring for the people of the […]

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Death of Toughie the Frog

The death of a world-famous tree frog has reignited conversation about reports that species extinction is increasing. Toughie, the world’s last Rabbs’ fringe-limbed tree frog, sent his species into extinction following his recent death at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. The passing of this […]

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Death of Toughie the Frog

Can Technology Read Your Mind

Can Technology Read Your Mind

Can technology read your mind? Probably not, although some computer scientists are betting that they can read your brainwaves, and thereby determine what you might be feeling. Researchers at MIT are developing a new technique which measures the signals that a body emits and reports back on our heart […]

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Mars: The Final Frontier

How would you like to live and work on Mars? If Tesla owner Elon Musk has his way that idea will move from science fiction into reality, and faster than you think. His newly minted mission craft, entitled Heart of Gold, is scheduled to blast off from Florida in late 2024, and could land on Mars in 2 […]

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Mars: The Final Frontier

Uncovering the Mysteries of Space

Uncovering the Mysteries of Space

Have you ever heard of the Rosetta Stone? This was a piece of rock that was found in 1799 in Egypt that was inscribed with a decree from an Egyptian king dating back to 196 BC. It is famous because the script on the stone led to understanding and interpreting ancient hieroglyphs. Those were the squi […]

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