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How I Became a Journalism Major

I’m going to start this blog post off with an anecdote, like any other blogger with a brain would.

When I was in high school, I thought about studying journalism and decided, “This is what I wanted to do!!” I enrolled in an Intro to Journalism class in high school and was stoked. 602 more words

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Want a job when you graduate? Major in these areas

Until college graduation, students spend their whole lives preparing for one thing: a job.

Fortunately, unemployment among college graduates has been on the decline in the last decade, but many graduates still struggle to find well-paying jobs to start their new lives in the workforce. 478 more words

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Member question: Can my daughter study mechanical engineering online?

Great question Vivien, thank you for asking!  There is only 1 college that meets the very rigorous criteria required for this search.

(1)  Regionally Accredited University or College  705 more words

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5 Ways To Choose The Right College Major

Choosing the right college major is hugely important, and it’s so much of a big deal that it can be an intimidating choice. It will affect the rest of your life, and you have to strike the right balance between finding something that you will enjoy and gaining a qualification that will help you to get work. 559 more words

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How To Sext Each College Major

English

I don’t want to freak you out or anything, but you remind me so much of Vonnegut.

Music

Pick out modulations, write out chord progressions, isolate vocals, harmonize and chill? 244 more words

Types of Jobs Available in the eSports Industry [Infographic]

Are you looking for new opportunities? How about an exciting career in the world of eSports? With more than $800 million in revenue to be generated this year, electronic sporting events are fast becoming an attractive industry to work in. 172 more words

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10 Counseling Careers to Consider

When thinking about career fields to pursue, how to plan your first semester of college, or which electives to take during your third year of post-secondary education, many fields can branch off into other occupations. 484 more words

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