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In the last few decades, Americans have increasingly sought four-year degrees instead of old school career and vocational training. Thanks to economic shifts, that may be changing -- and some experts say it can't happen fast enough.
Looking for a career that might really make your college years pay off? These five professions have great earning potential and plenty of space to advance.
Love to travel? Need a job? Here are five jobs that could let you see the world.
Self-massage can help alleviate pain and reduce stress no matter where you are. Learning these easy therapeutic massage techniques takes only a few minutes and can lead to hours of tension relief.
Deciding on a career path can be overwhelming, but following these guidelines can help you zero in on your career goals.
Your resume can be your ticket into a good job. Make sure your resume stands out from the crowd with these tips on how to make your resume better.
Drafting certifications, degrees and optional software certifications can help open the door to a drafting career. Here's what you need to know about the education required for the job.
In order to fight crime in the information age, criminal justice pros must use innovative methods that rely on computer technology. This is why earning a criminal justice bachelor degree online is such a wise investment.
Because so many technical schools offer distance learning degree programs, there's really no excuse for not becoming "certified" for the jobs of tomorrow. Time, distance, and money are no longer obstacles to career advancement.
A whopping 55 percent of attorneys say they're hiring. With an online education in paralegal studies, you could be one of them. Here's how!
Career and Occupational Resources
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Which Degrees Come with the Highest Starting Salaries?
Deciding on a college major can be challenging - even before considering student loans. Here are five majors which can offer the highest starting salaries for new grads.