The success of the Perseverence mission to Mars was the result of dedicated work.
The idea that if we just work hard enough, our academic achievement will improve may inspire some students. But not everyone benefits from being pushed to achieve.
Learn about the educational path that led to the successful development of a desperately needed vaccine.
Parents try to teach children to clean up after themselves. Now some schools are assigning sweeping, mopping, trash removal, and other cleaning work to students.
People aren’t born superstars. Watch this short video to learn how John Legend achieved his goals and how that applies to you.
In the fight between talent and hard work, hard work usually wins.
Famously, it took Thomas Edison over one thousand attempts to successfully create the light bulb.
Have you ever thought about starting your own business? Read to learn about 14-year-old Taylor Rosenthal, whose idea to create a vending machine to sell first aid supplies has made him a successful young entrepreneur.
Think you’re too young to start thinking about your professional life? Read this article to learn about a program in South Carolina that offers career counseling to eighth-grade students.
What’s the definition of an essential worker? How much should essential workers be paid? Read about some of the options and opinions around “hero pay.”
With the way we learn and work upended by social isolation rules, one writer argues that it’s time to change the way educators’ work is valued.
A university graduate talks about the confidence and independence she gained through volunteering in Sri Lanka.
What’s the most futuristic job you can imagine? Nanotech Engineer? Android Relationship Counselor? Explore these and other jobs of the near and distant future.
For teens thinking about forging their own career paths, the technology sector can be both alluring and intimidating. At a recent conference in California, tech professionals and teens met to discuss some of the truths and misconceptions surrounding today’s tech careers.
Got an idea that you’d like to turn into a job? Get advice from ten top Kidpreneurs on making the most of opportunities, taking advantage of the many free resources at hand, and putting every minute of the day to good use.
In this article, activist Erica Williams considers some possible reasons for the widely held belief that members of the “millennial” generation have poor work ethic.
Get the facts about career education classes available in high schools across the country in this Q&A.
An interview with ultra marathon runner Dean Karnazes reveals 5 lessons about the value of hard work and persistence.
There is a growing need for blue-collar workers, which is resulting an increased wages and better benefits for those willing to take the jobs.
Have you ever thought about starting your own business? In this article, 17-year-old Drayton Blackgrove and several other teens share their experiences in entrepreneurship.