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Examining the Benefits of a Four-Year Degree

Deciding whether a bachelor’s degree or an associate degree is right for you and your career is a bigger decision than simply weighing out the timeline and financial commitment of each. While it can be tempting to want to enter the workforce after two...

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So you know you want to finish your degree, but are unsure which way to go about it—online or on campus, nights and weekends or full time. If you’re having this dilemma, don’t worry: You’re not alone. Your college options today are vast, to say the least. Deciding which option is right for...

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Data shows that college graduates earn up to 56 percent more than non college graduates on average.1 Yet, even with the numbers in favor of higher education and the effects it can have on an individual’s career and earnings, people still debate the value of a college degree.

To help those int...

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Exploring 3 Unexpected and Exciting Career Options for Business Majors

Before earning or completing a degree, it’s important to have some idea of what careers will be available to you after graduation. While some majors are narrow in terms of the number and type of careers to which they are appl...

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Two easy steps to transferring into an online degree completion program.

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Of all the students who begin college each year, only 54 percent will graduate, while the remaining 46 percent will drop out.1 This is a sobering statistic. It means that nearly half of the students who desire a college e...

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Exploring the long-term benefits of completing your bachelor’s.

College graduate’s average annual earnings are 56 percent higher statistic

On average, and overwhelmingly, college graduates earn more money in their lifetime than non-college graduates. In fact, a recent study puts a college graduate’s average annual earnings at 56 percent higher than those of someone w...

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Though it still has far to go, the gender gap in business has begun to narrow, and women are consistently proving their well-deserved place in the professional landscape.1 To further advance equality in the workplace and to help ensure that women have access to the opportunities they deserve, netw...

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If you haven’t completed your bachelor’s degree, you are not alone. In the last 20 years, over 31 million people attended college but didn’t receive a degree or certification.1

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