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The hardest hit are those with high school or lower education

Thursday, November 26, 2009, 8:08 AM | 2 Comments

In the long run, education plays a big part in an individual’s income. The more years you stay in school and the more education you get, and of course hard and smart work, the better your future would look like financially as is apparent from the BLS chart (Education pays …). Analyzing the Bureau of […]



Get student loan. Ask for forgiveness. You might get it

Saturday, September 12, 2009, 10:04 AM | 2 Comments

You are thinking “Did I choose a selfless career?” If you have, you might be in for a surprise – your student loan debt might be forgiven. Well! not so fast. It depends on what state you live in and what career field you have selected for yourself. The most common type of loan comes […]



3 Ways Technology Makes A Big Difference To Students

Wednesday, April 8, 2009, 9:38 AM | Leave Comment

When a student, bound for college, looks for a specific college, technology makes a difference. CDW-G, which provides IT Products and Services for Government, Education and Healthcare, wanted to know “How much of a difference does technology really make to students, when it comes to three critical areas.” The result of their interest is the […]



Top Colleges Are Not Just For The Rich

Wednesday, January 28, 2009, 12:26 AM | Leave Comment

A new report called “Best Value Colleges for 2009,” issued Thursday by The Princeton Review and USA TODAY, spotlights 50 public and 50 private colleges and universities. These colleges do an exceptional job of helping qualifying students to pay for their higher education. Like President Obama’s campaign, they are inclusive – not exclusive any more. […]



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