When to Take a Break from Pursuing Your College Degree

Jonathan Pobre via Compfight While dropping out of high school is definitely bad, dropping out of college is not the same and doesn’t have to be permanent. Sometimes taking a break from your post-secondary education may be the practical choice both for your career and your financial health. If you’re thinking about halting your college Read More …

Success Tips for Non-Traditional College Students

Many colleges are experiencing growth in non-traditional student populations, with some campuses catering specifically to working adults. Although non-traditional students are more common and schools are working to cater them, it will always be a challenge to balance work and school.   If you’d like to go back to school or currently attend college as Read More …

Why Four-Year Degrees are Overrated

Young adults in previous generations viewed a college degree as the ticket to a secure career future. They could also pay for tuition and related expenses by working summer jobs and part-time throughout the school year. Today, the career opportunities for college graduates have dwindled and the idea of paying tuition from a part-time job Read More …

The Value of a Graphic Design Degree

Focusing on a degree, or a college for that matter, is something that should be at the forefront of any aspiring student. However, with the many advertisements, budgets and distances needed to travel, choosing these two isn’t always easy, especially for students looking to get into their creative side. Graphic design schools have risen in Read More …

There are No Guarantees

A lot of websites (this one included) and colleges may lead you to believe there are certain careers or degrees that guarantee a job offer or high pay. Unfortunately, almost every field has both graduates and experienced professionals that can’t find work. And you can find professionals in any industry that are unsatisfied. Articles about Read More …