Education is easily one of the most secure industries in the U.S. When other industries fall flat, children still need to be taught and the government is still obliged to pay for it. In fact, historical statistics show that growth has been constant in teaching even through recent recessions. Ironically, in the wake of the financial meltdown, a number of financial professionals have switched to careers in teaching.… Read More

According to recent studies, salaries and opportunities for designers are skyrocketing. Companies need websites, logos, and brochures, estimated to increase demand for designers by 15 percent in the next 7 years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. And these designers will be well paid.
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Despite tough economic times, the future is looking bright for designers. As the need for professionally-designed Web sites and other marketing materials increases, demand for designers will increase by 15 percent in the next 7 years, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates. Students graduating from design degree programs in the next 5 years will find plentiful work and growing salaries, according to experts.… Read More

The nation’s job market may be in decline, but the nursing profession definitely is not.

Careers in nursing are skyrocketing, even with the recession in full swing, according to U.S. Department of Labor statistics. In fact, with high job losses in other industries, more people than ever before are returning to school for degrees in nursing, which has historically been a high-demand field.
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