Investigative Articles

You can reason, get to the bottom of issues and figure out what is happening. You are curious about how things work. Your interests are scholarly, scientific and technical. You love to read, learn and research. You are likely to enjoy building software, researching better ways to get things done, crunching numbers, or investigating what went wrong or right.

Journalists bring news to readers through newspapers and magazines and television channels and internet websites. They specialize in areas such as politics, business and economy, sports, lifestyle...

‘Investigating’ is a detailed enquiry so as to discover facts that will help establish the truth. Investigative...


“The smarter the journalists are, the better off society is. For to a degree, people read the press to inform themselves - and the better the teacher, the better the student body.”...

Beauty lasts five minutes. Maybe longer if you have a good...

‘Finance’ refers to the management of funds, assets and liabilities over a period of time. It comprises of various different activities that are financial...

The ‘Top 7 roles for Engineers’ is a list of different roles or jobs you can take up as an...

Realistic, Investigative, Conventional, Engineers

You think you can write well, great. You probably can understand the mechanics of writing fairly well. You got the tools. You now need to understand where and how to use the tools.

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“The best tip for writing is just to write; to sit down and write, to begin doing it and not to be scared by the blank page.” - David Almond

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The world of education has gone through major changes since the advent of the Internet. One of the most important changes is the rise of online education. With it, a new employment avenue has...

Advertising professionals work closely with client marketers in all aspects – from formulating the communication strategy, to conceptualizing and creating communication, and executing them in...

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Steve Jobs, chief executive officer and co-founder of Apple Computer and of Pixar Animation Studios, urged graduates to pursue their dreams, follow their interests & curiosities and see the opportunities in life's setbacks-- including death itself.