The Law School Graduate’s Complete Guide to Choosing a Career

Today there are over 1,245,000 licensed lawyers in the United States.[1] With more and more attorneys graduating from law school each year, competition has become brutal for jobs in both the private and public sector. As a result, many recent law school graduates have begun to “think outside the box,” pursuing non-traditional legal careers. In this guide we’ll discuss traditional and non-traditional career paths for...

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Common Scams Targeted At College Students

There is much publicity made of scams designed to target specific demographics, particularly when it comes to scams aimed at the elderly. However, the elderly are not the only group at risk – college students are quite often the intended victims of fraudsters. Common Scams Targeted At College Students In this article, we will take a look at a few of the most common scams used to target college students and college-aged men and...

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How much does Law school cost?

Law school is a huge commitment in terms of time, work and of course, money. For many students paying for their Bachelor’s degree was challenge enough and now being faced with more tuition and costs for law school can be daunting. Finding financial aid for advanced degrees can be difficult but definitely not impossible. How much does Law school cost? Current and prospective law school students should always look for grants and...

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Real-world masters degrees in computer science via the Internet

At SmartStudent we’ve written about online education programs before. And now you can get an online masters degrees in computer science in collaboration with Georgia Tech and AT&T: Georgia Tech, one of the nation’s best engineering schools, said it would begin offering fully-accredited, real-world master’s degrees in computer science via the Internet. The cost: About $6,600. Or roughly the cost of a few years of...

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College Degree – Still a Smart Choice

There has been plenty of speculation in recent years regarding economy, jobs, education, money, and more. Certainly there have been tougher times recently. But when it comes to education and its ties to wealth, the correlation and the promise is still very much alive. College is still a great choice, and the infographic here depicts why. First, take the fact that at current graduation rates, the United States will actually be short...

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