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Most Marketable Second Languages

Most Marketable Second Languages

We live in an increasingly global society. In rural Afghanistan, sheepherders listen to Western music on used cell phones made in China and sold in the United States that they purchased from the closest village marketplace. In big cities in the West, meanwhile, it’s not too hard to walk into a restaurant that serves the […]

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What Are the Cons of Online Education?

What Are the Cons of Online Education?

Cons of Online Education – Technology People who are looking to pursue on online education need to step back and assess what are the cons of online education. Though technology is speeding ahead to allow for students to take classes online it does not mean that all are prepared to do so. Unfortunately technology moves […]

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Posted in: Career Counseling, Financial Aid, Online Degrees, Student Loans

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Online Certificate Programs: Four Tips for Success

Online Certificate Programs: Four Tips for Success

Recent research shows that professional or vocational online certificate holders sometimes earn more than individuals with an associate degree. Certain online certificate holders are likely to earn even more than people with a bachelor’s degree. These certificates were traditionally offered through a community college or private training course offered by a professional association. Today, however, […]

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I’m Unemployed and Depressed.

I’m Unemployed and Depressed.

In the bad-old days of Western psychology, people like Sigmund Freud might have treated your depression by encouraging you to lie down on a couch and tell him about your mother. Today, however, there’s a new body of research that suggests that therapy for depression is often most effective when it is solution-oriented. If you’re […]

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Talk to a Career Counselor

Talk to a Career Counselor

Going to school online can be one of the greatest decisions that you make for yourself. Getting an education is important no matter what your current life situation is. It is completely understandable if you cannot go to school if class is held on a firm schedule. However, you should still get your degree by […]

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Posted in: Career Counseling, Career Help, Guidance Counselor, Online Degrees, Schooling

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What college is best for me?

What college is best for me?

It’s never too early or too late in life to ask “What college is best for me?” Whether you’re still in high school or well into your 40s, today’s colleges, vocational schools and universities have something to offer to everyone. Here are four factors to consider when asking the question, “What college is best for […]

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High School College Prep – Get a Headstart

The thought of spending four years in college may not appeal to someone who has just spent four long years in high school. The good news is that you can get a jump on your college education before you set foot on campus. Most high schools will offer some sort of AP program that will […]

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What Sites Give The Best Financial Advice?

What you do with your money can directly impact your quality of life. Those who don’t have enough money for their basic needs may spend their lives constantly needing help from others. Those who have a lot of money can spend their time taking trips and generally enjoying themselves. Most of us are going to […]

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Posted in: Career Counseling, Career Help, Cost of Living, Financial Aid, Job Demand

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