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Careers and Education


 
There is no doubt that choosing where to attend college is one of the most significant decisions a person will make. And it is also true that this decision can be a difficult one, with all of the time and research needed to become well-informed. Kevin Chandler of the Temple Daily Telegram recently reported that colleges and universities nationwide are reporting a record-breaking number of applications, based on data collected by the College Board, a not-for-profit association that keeps statistics related to more than 5,000 schools of higher learning.

Fear not, prospective college student, because there is help out there. You just need to know where to look, and who to ask. And CareersandEducation.com, a fully comprehensive resource center on (you guessed it) careers and education may just be your guide. CareersandEducation.com is a quality educational resource where individuals can find information on college degrees, certificates, high school diplomas, and much more.

So whether you want to know if Remington College offers associate’s degrees, you can find that information and more on the website. Now you can find out the benefits of going for your master’s degree, or whether going to a traditional campus like Expression College or taking all your classes online at Concordia University, Wisconsin or Concordia University, St. Paul is best for you.

However, that’s just the “education” aspect. In addition to providing information on where and how to get degrees and certificates, CareersandEducation.com provides information on what to do next: career advice and career outlook are both integral parts of the website. The help doesn’t stop once you’ve earned your degree. From the hottest industries and acing the interview, to loan consolidation and other financial advice, the website offers information once you’ve earned your degree in Criminal Justice from Pioneer Pacific College, or completed your residential program in Occupational Therapy from A.T. Still University.

Scholarship and financial aid information, housing resources, campus tours, student resources, education news, student loans and credit cards, “Top 10” lists, and information for the military and veterans. CareersandEducation.com has it all.

References

Chandler, Kevin. Temple Daily Telegram. "Record Numbers Apply to College". temple-telegram.com. 12 Dec 2007.
14 Dec 2007.
http://www.temple-telegram.com/story/2007/12/12/45597

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