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1. Living On a College Income

Most students are very excited to enter the college or university that they chose to enroll in and enjoy the newfound independence that comes with this experience.

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By Sarah Carter
Tags: college, university, students, money, career, jobs, income, campus jobs, bills, entertainment, food, friends
2. Are You Ready to Start College?

Starting college is a serious milestone in a person's life and it requires a certain level of commitment from the student to make it a pleasant experience. Just gaining acceptance to a college or university takes a concerted effort from you.

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By Jenna Mendoza
Tags: college, university, new student, study, education, career, jobs
3. Online Jobs are Growing

With the Internet doing everything short of washing your dishes, there are many possibilities available. People are creating their own jobs as well as searching for ways to work from home. Companies need people who are trained in computers and considering the Internet can be accessed from just about anywhere now with wifi, online jobs are becoming a great way to be employed. A college education is likely required if you are trying to get a job with a company but if you are starting up your own computer business then feel free to have as much or as little education as you desire as long as you know what to do to make your business successful.

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By Kayla Marcos
Tags: Online, jobs, writing, banking, E-mails, home, Internet, computer
4. Top 3 Options after College

When you are attending college it seems like the hard part of your future, but once you graduate you will see that it was actually to easiest it will get. All you had to do was make sure you earned decent grades in order to stay in. When you get out into the real world you have to make sure your resume’ is up to par and you are ready and willing to go to job interviews no matter what they are so you have a chance of landing at least one position.

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By Jason Klein
Tags: jobs, career, college, degree, business, resume'
5. Earn Your Entire Degree Online

Online is the way to go if you are crunched for time or just have many things going on at once. Students are finding it harder to find the enthusiasm to attend the four years of college in a classroom setting, especially after four years of high school. Earning your entire degree online can be the way to go if you need a change of setting and work better on your own time.

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By Melanie Brenna
Tags: Degere, online, students, time, jobs, high school, assignments, work, classroom
6. High School Diplomas are Important

Earning your high school diploma is very important for the rest of your future education. Without attaining this diploma, you will be unable to apply to college and earn your associate’s or bachelor’s degree. This will leave you in a sticky situation when you are looking for a job. The career industry is geared towards those with college educations, so without your high school diploma; you are really holding yourself back from many opportunities.

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By Shannon McCreedy
Tags: high school, diploma, master's degree, bachelor's degree, associate's degree, jobs, career, graduate, undergraduate, paying
7. Get Your Master’s Degree Online

If you can get your undergraduate degree online, why not get your master’s degree online as well? It is becoming increasingly popular to get your master’s degree online because of how much it actually saves you in the end. It will take the same amount of time to attain the degree, but because you are able to do it on your own time, it will save you time for not having to attend campus classes.

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By Samantha Cabrera
Tags: Master's Degree, Online, Classes, Accredited, Web-Site, Jobs, Career, workforce
8. Are Online Degrees Beneficial?

Online degrees are usually considered the same as degrees that were earned at traditional campus-colleges. This can also depend on the employer who might have his/her own views on what a college degree means. The truth is, you are doing the work from an accredited school and earning a degree. In many people’s eyes, this means the degree comes with the same benefits as if it were earned on campus.

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By James Kendall
Tags: online, degree, accredited, employers, jobs, classes, traditional
9. Tips on Graduate School

Being an undergraduate is a big accomplishment, but with what companies are looking for now it is also very important to consider getting a graduate degree. These companies want the best of the best and somehow undergraduate degrees are just not what they used to be. Because of this, it means that graduate degrees are that much for important to focus on.

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By Megan Harra
Tags: Graduate School, undergraduate, degrees, jobs, career, transcripts, acredited, online
10. Why Get Your GED?

Today it is very important to make sure you have some sort of piece of paper that indicates you have either finished high school or graduated from college. The problem here is that not everyone is able to finish high school in order to get in to college. Sometimes, high school does not occur at the right time for students, or other problems have caused a high school diploma to be out of reach. Whatever reasons, it is still important to get your GED at any point during your working years.

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By Steven Stark
Tags: GED, College, Career, Jobs, High School, Diploma, Higher Education
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