It is no secret that many enter military service because of the GI Bill (among many reasons, of course). And that comes as no surprise: having most or all of your college education paid for is a big deal. But what many servicemen and servicewomen might not realize is that the GI Bill, and other… Read More


Careers in the healthcare industry are always popular. After all, demand for these jobs always seems high and salaries seem decent if not very comfortable. And truth is, in our current economy, many healthcare careers are still doing very well. But which ones are the best? To help answer this question, we have assembled median… Read More


We have spoken at length on our blog about Pell grants, which are available to anyone who has sufficient financial need and meets all other requirements. (To get your introduction to the world of financial aid and Pell grants, read our article Everything You Need to Know About College Grants.) But there are also other… Read More


Doctorate degrees have always had an air of eliteness about them, what with the doctor title and all. Indeed, doctorate degrees represent the highest level of achievement in our modern education system. But not all careers for doctorate degree-holders are equal. For the extra years in school, some yield a far greater return on investment… Read More


If there were a most popular degree among post-secondary degrees, it would be the bachelor degree. Careers and earning power aside, the bachelor degree feels more prestigious than the associate’s degree but not as intimidating as master’s or doctorate degrees. By the numbers, bachelor degree-holders make $258 more on average per week and their unemployment… Read More


So you want to earn an associate degree? To make your time spent in school worth your time, you probably want to know which programs will lead you into the best career. The good news is, associate degrees can lead you into plenty of solid career fields. To help you sift through the best ones,… Read More