Senior Member If the job is specific, it needs capitals, if not, not.
(Your resume might say "... promoted to sales associate within six months of being hired to work as a sales assistant.") When a job title is used on a reference list or cover letter, it should be capitalized if it comes before the name of the person who held (or holds) the job.
Unless the word was being used in a title or as a proper noun (i.e. name, place, etc.), it should remain lowercase. The name of the narrator, however, should be capitalized.
In text, academic degrees when used in a general sense are not capitalized. (That campus offers bachelor's and master's degrees.) You can also use "bachelor's" and "master's" on its own, but do not capitalize. Capitalize names of specific degrees or honors when they follow a personal name: Jose J.
When titles stand alone without names, they aren't capitalized: Some style manuals stipulate that prestigious titles—such as President of the United States, Secretary of State, or Senator—should always be capitalized even when they stand alone.
Always capitalize The when using the full name of the University. On second reference, use UTA. When referring to UTA, the word University is capitalized even when used alone. Do not capitalize university when referring to universities in general.
Associate degree has no apostrophe or "s" When the degree mentioned is specific: Master of Business Administration, both the degree and the field are capitalized. If the word "degree" is used, then it is not capitalized: master of arts degree in business administration.
The Associated Press Stylebook (AP) recommends capitalizing the full names of degrees (“Bachelor of Arts,” “Master of Political Science”) whether or not they are next to a name. Don't capitalize general areas of study or the name of your major unless that area of study is the name of a language.
Flip the inequality sign when you multiply or divide both sides of an inequality by a negative number. You also often need to flip the inequality sign when solving inequalities with absolute values.
Queue dodging and AFKing have been a problem for a while in Valorant competitive. The developers clarified that the system would reduce the Rank Rating by a minimum amount, and it won't affect the current MMR but could stack up due to repeated queue dodging and reduce a player's rank.