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The East Coast and the West Coast differ from one another in a lot of ways, not least of all in terms of opportunity for success in particular careers. We took a look at some key metrics of employment and education in tech, finance, business and entertainment on both coasts, and the results of where strengths of each are may surprise you.
California is one of the most affordable states in the U.S. for community college students, but who wins in the all-important contest of NorCal vs. SoCal? We crunched the numbers on the best community colleges in Northern and Southern California, and the results may surprise you.
Have you ever wondered what it's like to be a probation officer? A federal officer provides the inside scoop on this career.
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With such a wide variety of religious studies degrees available, it can be hard to know your options if considering a career path in the field. Learn what a religious studies educational path is like from a professor at UC Santa Barbara.
Summers are a time for beaches, vacations and friends. No one doubts that. But if you toss in a class or two to those fun summer days, the benefits can be huge.
We interviewed faculty from renowned business schools to give you insight into what you can expect when you first start an MBA program.
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