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    Immigration benefitted the US economy historically and continues to do so even today after 100 years. This is as per the latest study of the Review of Economic Studies. It has found that specific counties in the US have lower unemployment, less poverty, and higher incomes. These had higher immigration historically. Immigration and the US… Read More »

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    Study overseas education is one of the best opportunities that exist today in college education. However, it is expensive as well more often than not. Here we present a few tips to budget your study overseas education: Choose a meal plan option if it is present Meal plans may always not be the most appetizing… Read More »

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    A prominent Indo-American Lawyer Neomi Rao has taken oath as the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals’ US Circuit Judge. She is the second from the Indian-American community to be a part of the influential court. It is considered next only to the Supreme Court in the US. 45 Years Ms. Rao was sworn… Read More »

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    The 3 alumni of Hamilton College in Clinton, New York revealed how their study abroad experiences helped them with their careers. They are: Hank Arnold – 1998 batch, Finance Manager, Johnson & Johnson Dan Keys – 1989 batch, Benefits Manager, Corning, Inc. Sara Schonfeld – 1999 batch, Staff Scientist, National Cancer Institute The talk was… Read More »

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    Jagmeet Singh, an Indian-origin Sikh has created history in the Canada Parliament. He entered the House of Commons as the first non-white Leader of Opposition. He is the leader of the New Democratic Party in Canada. Singh was elected in the national by-elections that were conducted on 25 February. He placed his hand over his… Read More »

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    You must consider PG/Post-graduation by study abroad if you want to accelerate your career or change direction. Even if you want to pursue a specific subject that you are passionate about, you can study a Master’s degree. A declaration of intent: Y-Axis Study Overseas Expert Usha Rajesh said that doing a Master’s degree indicates a… Read More »

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  • The latest survey by Angus Reid Institute has revealed that 2/3rds of Canadians want that the laws for birthright citizenship are changed. ARI is a non-profit independent research organization in Canada. The existing laws stipulate that anyone born in Canada is a citizen. 60% of Canadians want this law to be changed. 64% of the… Read More »

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    It is not an easy task to select the right Post-graduation or Master’s course for your study overseas. What is tougher is to ensure that the course that you select has credibility in the overseas job market. You must be aware of what kind of PG Program you would like to pursue for your study… Read More »

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    The UK visa is one among the most taxing to obtain and certainly not economical. However, for all the troubles involved in obtaining this Visa, it has its own rewards. One of the numerous benefits is easy to access to 23 nations globally. Here we present the top 10 nations that you can visit with… Read More »

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    Many students in India now aspire to study abroad. Students opt to study overseas nowadays for career prospects and international exposure. It is also to experience a new lifestyle and a new culture. It is vital to research the courses for your study abroad irrespective of your reasons for it. You must identify Overseas Universities… Read More »

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