Award-winning movie and video game animator says more schools and cheaper equipment make high tech jobs more accessible.
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Combined love of geology and oceanography launched this science career
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Choosing a college major can be stressful--so much is riding on it--but these five professionals explain how they found passion and prosperity in their careers despite working in fields not directly related to their area of study.
New research from National Association of Colleges and Employers paints an optimistic picture for new college graduates entering the job market.
A recent report from Georgetown University shows that an earnings gap still exists along race and gender lines. Despite the earnings discrepancies, there are several negotiating tactics that a new job-seeker or a senior employee can do to improve their chances of getting a better a salary.
It's no surprise to anyone headed to college that it can be expensive, but there are some amazingly cheap colleges out there, as well.
Construction workers, police officers, plumbers, retail salespeople and secretaries, among others, make significantly more with a degree than without one. Why?
Facing a tough job market and hefty student loan debt, growing numbers of college graduates are moving back in with their parents.
When this wife and mother decided to leave a high-stress, low-paying job for something with better prospects, she got her MLS degree online and a cool job as a reference librarian.
Unless you plan to write your college admission essay on the summer you spent doing absolutely nothing, you should figure out a way to salvage your summer. These five last-minute strategy tips can help.
Mentors can be integral in keeping students on the path to success--we show you how to find a mentor that's a perfect match.
We highlight some "A+" sites that provide online tutoring (often for free!) and offer struggling students resources for solving problems and completing their assignments.