The Declining Value Of Your College Degree A four-year college degree, seen for generations as a ticket to a better life, is no longer enough to guarantee a steadily rising paycheck. Just ask Bea Dewing. After she earned a bachelor’s degree — her second — in computer science from Maryland’s Frostburg State University in 1986, […]
I personally, have not met anyone going to college that wasn’t trying to improve their financial future, have you? So, if that’s why we go to college, why aren’t more guidance counselors, schools and even colleges talking about real jobs, real opportunities and becoming financially independent?
Let’s face it, college is not for everyone, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t pursue some sort of higher education or job training. Here are a couple of questions to consider. When you think about your future, what do you envision? Are you doing something you love, or are you just working for a paycheck? […]
If you are seeking a fast-track education that will lead you on a new career path, you should look into community colleges. You might be surprised by the wide variety of occupational fields you can study at community colleges, such as Dental Assistant, Information Technology, Network Security, Technical Support, Business and Business Administration, Accounting, Medical […]
College is not for everyone, but that does not mean you shouldn’t go to a trade tech college or job training. When you think about your future, what do you envision?