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At Schools.com, we connect students and prospective students with the right information, people and schools to help them advance in life. Here in our News section, we cover national education news and cover higher education topics and trends. Scroll through the archive for information on everything from policy to paychecks. To keep up-to-date, check back daily or follow @SchoolsEDU on Twitter.

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If you are in college or are planning on earning your online or on-campus degree any time soon, add the professional networking web site LinkedIn to your arsenal. Read on to learn more about how this powerful tool can play a vital role in finding your dream job--while you're earning your college degree!

Barbara Kafka has already received a lifetime achievement award for her wide-ranging culinary pursuits, and she's still going strong. Learn how you too can turn your passion for cooking into a culinary exploration that goes beyond being a traditional chef.

When the going gets tough, the tough get going--to school. In a harsh economy, anything that can make you more competitive in the job market merits serious consideration. Online degree programs fall into that category.

You hear the word "Business" and you hear the word "Analyst" pretty often in the working world. But what does a Business Analyst actually do? Here we take an in depth look into how Business Analysts solve problems on a daily basis.

Being a sous chef requires long hours, but allows for creativity. Learn how one sous chef thrives at his job at an upscale restaurant, step-by-step, hour-by-hour.

Pursuing an online degree? Use these five effective tips to stay focused and energized while taking part in interactive education.

While not all professions require a master degree, some absolutely do. Learn more about how a Master degree program can enhance your opportunities for advancement.

Want to begin working in just two years? Or improve your chances of getting into one of the most competitive bachelor degree programs? Then consider earning your associate degree!

Want a higher salary, better job security, and more job opportunities? Read on to learn more about why you should consider earning a bachelor degree.

An executive education program is a great way to develop new skills in leadership and strategy to enhance your professional development.

Whether you are crafting an executive resume or one geared toward gaining college admission, these resume editing tips should keep your name afloat in applicant pools.

Do you love to organize large events on a set budget? Are you creative and detail-oriented? Read about Ann Marie Howle's experience as an event and meeting planner; gain insight into how she became a Principal of More Than A Meeting.

Although women are still underrepresented in architecture, trends indicate more and more female students are enrolling in architecture programs. While men may hold more positions, architecture is a competitive and difficult field for either gender.

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