Colleges and Degrees

20 Colleges With The Highest Starting Salaries

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A college education these days can cost as much as a house. What’s fascinating though, is that the most expensive colleges are not always the top ranked and there doesn’t seem to be much of a relationship between tuition costs and what you can expect to earn upon graduation. We’ve compiled a list of the 20 schools whose graduates have ...

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11 Super Successful People Who Got Their Degrees Online

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You don’t need a degree from an Ivy League College or other elite university to accomplish great things in life. Degrees earned online are in many cases as good as or better than degrees earned by attending classes at a physical campus. We’ve put together a partial list of highly accomplished people – many are household names – who earned ...

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12 Most Intense Colleges In The US

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Whenever the mention of American college and universities comes up in a conversation, two criteria invariably rise to the top of the rankings list: Academics and social life. More conservative (Forbes) college ranking articles and blog posts refer to academic standards, while more liberal (Rolling Stone) online publications tend to emphasize the party scenes of American institutions of higher learning. ...

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12 Questions to Ask When Picking an Online University

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Picking an online university can be tricky but many of the questions you should be asking are much of the same that you would ask a traditional university. Questions like tuition and financial aid may seem fairly obvious, but there are also questions of accreditation which, with traditional universities, did not need to be asked. But, since online schooling is ...

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8 Best 2-Year Degree Majors

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Two-year college is a popular option for those who want to avoid an expensive four-year bachelor’s degree from a private college or state university. Several hot majors provide students with the opportunity to take classes and then transfer to a four-year program or get a high-paying job right away. 1. General Studies At a four-year college, many students get a ...

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10 Best Online Colleges


Going to school online comes with a mountain of benefits. You can fit school into your schedule, including if you have work or family commitments that would keep you from a traditional college. Studying with an online program also means that you don’t have to relocate, find a new place to live, etc. These reasons are fueling a tremendous interest ...

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10 Best Colleges for Veterans

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Former members of the military often have trouble adjusting to regular life as a civilian. While going to college helps with preparing for a good career in the private sector, college life often isn’t set up for veterans. Some schools do better than others are realizing and providing for the specific needs of veterans, like the following ten colleges. 10. ...

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10 Highest Paying Jobs with a 4 Year Degree

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Getting through a four year college degree program can be grueling. There are late nights of studying, plenty of time sitting in class taking notes, group projects, and papers to be written. Going to school can also be expensive, making the burden of college even greater. To help offset these drawbacks, the following ten jobs pay well and can only ...

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10 Reasons Why a College Degree is Worth the Money

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In recent years, more and more people have started to question whether or not it is worth the cost to invest time and money in obtaining a college degree. While the answer to that question will be different for each individual, there is no doubt that there is still plenty of value to be found from pursuing a college education. ...

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10 Best Online Degrees for Adults

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One of the best things about the high-tech age in which we live is the availability of education for people of all ages. It used to be that you would need to quit your job to attend classes as an adult – or at least try to take them at night after you were finished working for the day. While ...

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