Career College Articles

An ever increasing number of individuals are taking a new look at career colleges. If you are one of them, the information and strategies these articles outline will prove to be invaluable in managing your professional development. This content, gleaned from experts in the field, will inspire you to achieve a college degree with solid career possibilities.

Career Colleges & Traditional Colleges

There are different types of colleges and universities that one can go to. Some of these colleges are for profit colleges, while others are not for profit. Each type of college has something unique to offer to those who are looking for the right education for their needs. Pros and Cons show that career colleges offer more focused educations, while traditional colleges offer more life experiences. Choose the right college for you and your educational needs.


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College For Everyone?

In February, President Obama gave a speech during a joint session of Congress, urging “every American to commit to at least one year or more of higher education or career training”. And it’s an idea that many of us have grown up with – the idea that every American should (or at least should be able to) go to college. But in debates over college access, preparation and completion, politicians, policymakers and the public are beginning to swing a bit to the other side. Are college degrees becoming less useful? Should everyone, in fact, be able to go to college?


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Career College Funding

The money is out there, but not knowing how and where to find the means to pay for a college education can be as frustrating as an empty bank account. While we all know money doesn’t grow on trees, finding the finances for your education at a career college can be as easy as plucking leaves from low branches – if you know where to look. So, what and where are your options? This resource provides some helpful resources and suggestions that can help you find a way to pay for your career college schooling.


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Advantages of Attending a Career College

If you’re looking for a fast track to a new career, whether you’ve just graduated high-school or are considering going back to school, career colleges offer specific training for some of the "hottest" career fields available like nursing, dental hygiene and a wide range of technical and computer jobs. There are many criteria you should consider before choosing which option is right for you. This article explains the benefits of attending a career college as an alternative way to get your degree and advance your career.


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Faltering Economy Great for Education

Hard times are befalling millions of Americans in the current economic environment, which has thousands desperately searching for ways to make softer landings. Corporations are cutting jobs and freezing salaries – if not cutting them, too. Some companies are shortening business hours and offering furloughs or time off in replacement of pay. This poor economic outlook is expected to continue through 2010 with some uncertainty that it will turnaround thereafter.


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Student Aid for All

Proudly accomplishing a great feat and finding they can pay for it, too, thousands of older adults are completing their college degrees and finding the rules for them have changed. College, it turns out, isn’t just for recent high school graduates. Many Americans are going back to school to revamp their career, re-enter the job market, or simply enhance their intelligence. Regardless of your age you can go back to school and also find the support to foot the bill.


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Career Colleges the fix to unemployment?

Even before the economy tanked, nearly everyone would have agreed that a college education is a must. Competition for employment is fierce, but as the economy begins to improve studies show that the middle-skill jobs will become increasingly available. What are middle-skill jobs? They range from automotive technicians, to heating and conditioning repairers, construction managers and more. Most of these jobs require a two-year college education as opposed to a four-year bachelor degree.


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Reload Your Career

Poor economic prospects and a job force as strained as Minute Maid oranges could easily give the nation a reason to panic. Rather than focusing on the bleakness, though, the down economy is giving hundreds of thousands of Americans a reason to go back to school. Some are choosing career college as a way to switch fields or in hopes of solidifying their position in their current career.


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Career College Swell

The phrase non-traditional student used to immediately evoke a mental picture for many college students years ago. As far back as the mid-90s, the phrase usually applied to older students who stood out on college campus, and didn’t quite fit in. They were kind enough, and intelligent, but they usually had a career. College was an awkward process then. Well, today non-traditional students are enrolling at higher rates than ever before, especially in career college. They are finding a more direct path to improving their career.


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Choosing a Career College

Are you in the process of deciding which career school is right for you?If you’ve recently made the decision to advance your career by going to a career college, but are perplexed by the number of schools and options available, then this article on Petersons.com is for you. Match your needs and wants to find a career college that’s right for you. Get insights into important criteria that you may not have even considered. The fact is, an education from a career college can make a large and positive impact on your life. Make sure you choose the path that’s right for you!


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