You would be hard-pressed to find a business degree-seeker who has not thought about how much money they might be making after graduation. Sort of like how English students dream about the Pulitzer-winner they’re going to write. With the fluctuations in the economy of the last five years, salaries for business degree-earners have had their… Read More


For anyone thinking about getting a traditional or online degree, student loans have never been a bigger topic.  Just for the record, student loans had already nearly double since 2007 and were greater than credit card or auto loan debt before this happened. Now, with the U.S. Congress failing to take action to prevent interest rates… Read More


Nowadays, the prolonged recession and subsequent shortage of jobs has led many to gripe about how bachelors degrees must not be as valuable as they used to be. Some even wonder if bachelors degrees are so common that they’ve become devalued, diluted, and now occupy the spot that was once reserved for high school diplomas.… Read More


The job interview: one of the most nerve-wracking experiences in modern civilization. You have to dress and act your best, answer perfectly, and still, somehow, just be yourself. Seeing how difficult and sweat-inducing this can be, it is surprising that so many people fail to prepare properly. Well, as with so many things, proper performance… Read More


The ethnicity of a person and the likelihood they will attend college has always gone hand-in-hand. Caucasians, for example, college attendance numbers are much higher than Hispanics or African-Americans. Primarily, this relates to the income level of the households that these children come from, but it is not the only factor. With the economic downturn,… Read More


Though a precious commodity, education has become somewhat of a costly investment. The price of education today has topped the charts and even surpassed some housing prices. The “per credit” costs can add up rather quickly and as a result many aspiring students find they need additional assistance to carry the financial load. The Federal… Read More


According to a Cornell University study, the plummeting value of homes is having an adverse affect on the number of students that are heading off to college. The head of the study, economist Michael Lovenheim, found that the steady decline of housing prices is reducing the overall wealth of parents, which is also prohibiting parents… Read More


You probably fit into one of these categories: currently employed, seeking employment, recently graduated, or still in college. Wherever you are in the employment market, you face obstacles to overcome and frustrations with the current job outlook and the future. It’s no surprise that graduates will face the daunting task this summer of searching for… Read More