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Busy. Soo busy.

I’ve been busy, but not with fun stuff. Barring something catastrophic, I turned in my final paper of my bachelors degree. That’s right! As long as I pass I’ve finally got a four year degree…that took ten years. 282 more words

CHOOSING A COLLEGE, THE RIGHT CHOICE

Careers…

Your 1st choice is choosing what you want to do with the rest of your life. You should have 3-4 CAREER options/choices/picks of jobs you intend to do after graduation. 1,684 more words

Choosing A College

The College Degree

Disclaimer: This is based on my personal experience.  Everyone’s experience can differ greatly.

First, I will never regret getting my bachelor’s degree.  Without it, I wouldn’t be in grad school and working in my career field.   487 more words

College

Chongqing Technology and business University International Scholarship Programme in China

The government of China is funding scholarships for foreign students  to study at Chongqing Technology and Business University. These  scholarships are available for  pursuing Bachelor’s, Master’s and training programme in China. 103 more words

SCHOLARSHIPS

2007-08 Bachelor’s Degree Recipients In US - 7 percent were unemployed and 8 percent were out of the labor force

The report Baccalaureate and Beyond:A First Look at the Employment Experiences and Lives of College Graduates, 4 Years On published by the National Center for Education Statistics,  the Institute of Education Sciences and the U.S. 569 more words

Employment

US - 74 percent of STEM grads are not employed in STEM occupations finds Census Bureau

The U.S. Census Bureau reported today that 74 percent of those who have a bachelor’s degree in science, technology, engineering and math — commonly referred to as STEM — are not employed in STEM occupations. 208 more words

Employment

Finally graduated from college...Now what?

I have found myself since the moment my final moments in college set in, thinking about what my next steps are.  I’ve been going to school for so long, working so hard, that college itself became a sort of career.   663 more words