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It is fair to say that due to the recently poor economy and the fact that many countries are now (and especially America) trying to recover from the recent recession, many employers are failing to offer tuition support as it’s really quite unaffordable for them as a business. They need to know that it will [...]
You might be wondering whether or not law school is actually worth it. It is widely known to be one of the most expensive subjects to be taught at this level. There’s not really a definitive answer. It depends on your true life goals – where you want to be in the next few years. [...]
A very important skill to have in this modern age of information technology is networking. Networking will help you get a job after your college days. College itself can be an excellent time to start networking as you are meeting new people constantly. You need some tips though prior if you have never networked before. [...]
If in a few months it is your turn to graduate, don’t worry. There’s still time to really get to the bottom of it and to prepare yourself successfully. Start setting funds aside now for those rainy days, just because you don’t have a job now it doesn’t mean you will miraculously have one after [...]
Published on Friday, March 18th, 2011 by Ken
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As college admissions decisions begin to come out, many high school seniors (and transfer students) are looking towards attending a four year university away from home. Thoughts of freedom from home and living in a new environment start to become a realization for many students. However, along with ideas of living away from home [...]
SAN FRANCISCO, CA. (CollegetoCareers.com) – Graduating seniors and juniors seeking admission into the most competitive universities should choose their courses carefully, according to a new report published by Time Magazine. The reason: the most competitive universities place a high premium on a student’s proven ability to take – and succeed in – more challenging courses. [...]
Published on Monday, March 7th, 2011 by Ken
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In college, there are a multitude of expenses a student must cover. Sometimes students are so lucky as to have parents to support them and pay for all or part of these expenses. In other cases however, students rely on no one other than themselves to pay for costs of a college education. There are [...]
Dear Future UC Transfer Hopefuls, Those of you out there that are serious about transferring to your first choice UC campus will need to start building your transfer resume. Although there are TAGs and TAPs to most of the UCs, impacted majors are often excluded in this agreement. The following will provide the breakdown of [...]
EVERYWHERE – Students and high school graduates everywhere dream about their admission to a highly selective, competitive four-year university that will guarantee a career afterward.
ANYWHERE – For many students, college represents a host of new opportunities, a potential career, and a life after high school. For many of the same students, it is sometimes unclear how one should pursue such opportunities.