After graduating from high school, most tend to enter the workforce immediately or make their way to a two or four-year college to receive their Bachelor’s degree. Some end up going to college for even longer to receive their Master’s or PhD. It really depends on the person in question and their preferences and […]
Walking across that graduation stage, college students are now getting much more than a diploma. The average college student is looking at a staggering $29,000 debt that they must start paying upon completion of their studies, a number that is increasing by as much as 6% every year. With tuition rates increasing annually, and job […]
Getting a college degree typically means obtaining a career that pays well and has many additional perks. However, in the current economy there is no guarantee that a job is waiting for you after college. To make matters worse, the average college tuition is rising much more rapidly than that of inflation. Overall, getting a college degree can pay off in the long run, here are three essential tips to make your degree work for you.