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At Keller, we know that earning your graduate degree or certificate is a big commitment. But we also know that it can all be worth it when you achieve your ultimate goal of graduation. Hear from alumna, Sarah Leahy, as she reflects on her journey at commencement. To learn more about our graduate… Read more »
Walking across the stage at commencement is something that many students dream about. Watch the pride and overwhelming sense of accomplishment as some of our recent undergraduate students reach their goal of graduation. To learn more about our undergraduate certificate and degree programs, click here.
With thousands of medical billing and diagnosis codes, our Medical Billing and Coding students are sure to come across a few surprises. Check out this short video for some of our favorites. To learn more about our Medical Billing and Coding undergraduate certificate program, click here.
Just 5 percent of Fortune 500 companies are led by women. While the efforts to improve representation of women in leadership roles begin as early as elementary school and continue at every level of employment, the needle hasn’t moved in any significant way thus far. According to new research from online learning company D2L, that… Read more »
The transformative potential of artificial intelligence for smarter, faster operations is no secret. As more implementations roll out across businesses, AI will present a paradigm shift to what constitutes “work,” which has long been defined by the manual processing of exceptions, or the last-mile problems, that automation could not address. But AI and automation will… Read more »
Research from the University of Oxford has alarmingly concluded that accountants have a 95 percent chance of losing their jobs in coming years, as computers automate routine tasks such as data entry, basic data analysis and performance of audit functions. Tax preparation, which typically involves processing large amounts of predictable data, is said to face… Read more »
Roughly 30 years ago, IBM brought the first smartphone, the Simon Personal Communicator, to market. Think of the impact the smartphone has had on the world and the technology industry since then. Now, think about where we are with technology, and what’s yet to come. We’re already deep into the development of AI-powered devices such… Read more »
If you’ve been looking around for a new job lately, and especially if you’ve been working in your field for a decade or two, you may have noticed that more and more companies are looking for combinations of skills that aren’t usually found on the same resume – and may, until now, even have been… Read more »
In a time of high demand and record-low unemployment, it’s more critical than ever for businesses to develop their staff. And by fostering an organization-wide culture of learning, they not only keep their workforce skills sharp, but establish a strong internal pipeline of talent that is much more likely to stay. “This is an important… Read more »