If you’re weighing the pros and cons of a liberal arts major, there’s a book you may want to consult before you jettison a field you are passionate about in favor of a degree that seems more marketable.
You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a “Useless” Liberal Arts Education by George Anders.
Curious about what it would take to learn marketable skills that could earn you an in-demand new job?
Graduates of workforce education programs are ready for employment as soon as they finish, generally in careers that pay a family wage.
You might not think of education as a matter of health, but organizers of National Public Health Week do!
National Public Health Week priorities include helping all Americans achieve at least high school graduation.
College students: questioning if you are in the right classes?
Parents: wondering how your student can best grow from the college experience?
Use this guidance to choose classes that will garner the greatest impact in the long run.
The U.S. Department of Education’s new College Scorecard site shows details about students’ actual college costs, loan paybacks, earnings and more.
Have you dreamed of a career as a lawyer?
Experts caution there may be too few jobs for law school graduates, driving salaries down and making it harder for new lawyers to repay student loan debt.
Thinking about starting—or maybe re-starting—college or a training program?
Be smart and think about demand and value before you invest money or time into education.