New Study Highlights The Value of Your Degree

 The Value of Your Degree According to research released this year by the Economic Policy Institute in Washington D.C. the benefits of obtaining a bachelor’s degree are substantial. Last year graduates in America with four-year degrees earned an average of over 90% more per hour than their less educated counterparts(*1). What is especially interesting is…

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Should Nursing Assistants get a Bachelor of Science in Nursing?

What are the pros and cons for a nursing assistant to getting a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)? – How does this affect career opportunity and salary? – What costs are usually involved with getting the degree? – What are required prerequisites to get a BSN? You love working as a nursing assistant, but…

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What’s the Difference between Vocational College and Community College?

Two-year colleges and universities are growing in popularity as college costs rise and student loan balances become crippling for four-year or graduate degrees. Not only are two-year institutions generally cheaper than four-year colleges but they offer useful degrees that can put students into the workforce quickly. However, students must decide if they want to attend…

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Two-Year Colleges Reduce Cost of a Bachelor’s Degree

Having a good time at a four-year campus college is easy – paying for it is the hard part. In 2012-2013, the average full-time undergraduate paid $29,056 in tuition and fees at a four-year private, non-profit institution, an increase of 27% over the past decade and 167% over the past 30 years, according to a…

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