Economy & Education

Income in the United States: How a Degree Can Affect You

Income in the United States is measured by the United States Department of Commerce either by household or individual. The differences between household and personal income is considerable since 42% of households, the majority of those in the top two quintiles with incomes exceeding $57,658, now have two income earners. This difference becomes very apparent when comparing the percentage of households with six figure incomes to that of individuals.Read more >>

 

The Right Degree for Today’s Market

Making the choice for your college degree should rely on two principle factors:

    1.What is your dream career?
    2.What are the occupations that are in demand in today's market?

Your dream career should outweigh what the market demands, as your college education will affect the rest of your life and the job market is ever-changing.Read more >>

 
 

The Economy Bolsters Online Education

Our roller coaster economy takes tail dives and upward bends as part of its natural fluctuation.Read more >>

 

How to Afford School in Today’s Economy

Going back to school is never cheap. In today's economy, however, the costs of postsecondary education are enough to make every prospective college student second guess if this investment is really the right move.Read more >>

 

College Alternatives During a Recession

A college degree is an integral part in having a sustainable income, especially during a recession.Read more >>

 

Academic Inflation

Sir Ken Robinson, a famous TED: Ideas Worth Spreading speaker, discusses how academic inflation has degraded the value of a college degree.

What is academic inflation? This term refers to how, twenty years ago, a bachelor's degree assured a college graduate a well-paying, respectable occupation.Read more >>

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