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Tips On Finding The Best Medical Degree For You

April 03, 2016 By: Chad Category: College Major Info

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When it comes to getting a degree in medicine, there are many different options. It really depends on how much school you want to take, how much you’re willing to pay for your preferred profession, and in what capacity you want to help people. All medical degree choices are excellent, and give you the chance to live your life helping other people in some capacity. Read the rest of this entry →

From College To Career? Making The Most Of The Gig Economy

March 22, 2016 By: Chad Category: Careers

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Unless you’re working on campus, it can be hard to find a job as a college student, and often even harder to find one as a college grad. Unfortunately this isn’t the model most of us bet on. After all, isn’t the idea of going to college that it should both prepare you for a career and also make you readily employable? The idea that college leads to career advancement may not be a thing of the past. Instead, we now face what’s known as the gig economy. Read the rest of this entry →

Four Healthy Careers You May Want To Go To School For

February 22, 2016 By: Chad Category: Careers

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Teacher Helping Student Training To Become Masseuse

More people are realizing that health is important, and that doesn’t just mean going to the doctor when something is already wrong. More people are adopting preventative services, and alternative therapies, to help keep themselves from getting ill in the first place.If you are looking for a rewarding career, you may be interested in one of the following jobs. Read the rest of this entry →

Smaller Colleges in the Seattle Area

February 17, 2016 By: Chad Category: Choosing a College

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Seattle is a great place to attend college. This area is home to a wide range of people, and it offers a gorgeous backdrop to enjoy while going to school. Those who choose a college in Seattle often find themselves staying long after they graduate. The Seattle area has a thriving tech industry, and job opportunities in other industries abound, as well. Read the rest of this entry →

Want To Play College Football: 4 Strategies For Getting Recruited

January 20, 2016 By: Chad Category: College Sports

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If you’re a high school football player looking to make it big on a college football team, it’s not enough to train hard and play hard. You also need to know how to handle conversations with recruiters. Often, however, student athletes are not primed for these conversations. Here’s what to expect from the recruiting process.

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