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How to Go to School If You’re Unemployed

How to Go to School If You’re Unemployed

For the unemployed, there is no better time to consider expanding future job opportunities by going back to school. Getting an Associate’s Degree, Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree is an outstanding use of free time during periods of unemployment or underemployment. How to Go to School If You’re Unemployed is published on 2015-05-15T19:54:19-07:00 and last […]

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Posted in: Career Help, Financial Aid, Schooling

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Jobs in Education – Outside the Classroom

Jobs in Education – Outside the Classroom

According to a report released by the Alliance for Excellent Education, between 40 and 50 percent of teachers leave their jobs in education within five years. In some cases, teachers leave the profession due to layoffs when budget cuts reduce the number of teachers in a district, while others report dissatisfaction with administrative support or […]

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Posted in: Career Help, Educator, Online Degrees, Schooling, Teaching, Teaching Degrees

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5 Tips for Paying for College

5 Tips for Paying for College

Whether you choose a traditional brick-and-mortar university or an online education, getting a college degree makes a big difference in terms of long-term employability, lifetime earnings, career advancement and so forth. Even if you’re highly motivated to get a college degree and you can get accepted to the college program of your choice, however, paying […]

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Posted in: Career Help, FAFSA, Financial Aid, Online Degrees, Schooling, Student Loans

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Real Cost of a College Education (Part 1)

Real Cost of a College Education (Part 1)

According to the policy think-tank the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), low-income families have a tendency to overestimate the cost of college. By overestimating cost of college, some of these families make the decision not to send their children to college at all. Other families advise their children to “aim low,” avoiding colleges and universities that […]

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Posted in: Career Help, FAFSA, Financial Aid, Online Degrees, Personal Finances, Schooling

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AA Degrees for High School Graduates

AA Degrees for High School Graduates

Smart AA Degrees for High School Grads: After graduation from high school, some students have neither the desire nor the funding to attend a four-year college or university, or even an online college. Many of these students choose to continue living at home and attend local community colleges. Most community colleges offer two-year college degrees, awarding […]

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