Archives for January, 2013

Running Short Of Cash for Education? Apply For A Scholarship!

According to the U.S. Department of Education, a 2012 report by the National Center for Education Statistics states that public institutions charged approximately $13,600 for undergraduate education and boarding, $36,300 and $23,500 was charged by private nonprofit and for profit educational institutions respectively. That’s a 42%, 31% and 5%...

Grow In Your Nursing Career With LPN To RN Programs

It’s true that becoming a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) takes only a year of studies. But it’s also true that LPNs earn less and work less independently than Registered Nurses (RN). That’s why many LPNs are considering the option of becoming registered nurses, and online LPN to RN programs...

Transfer Programs: Who, What, Where

Many students go for two-year degrees at a community college or any state university, and then get transferred to another four-year institution in order to get a 4-year degree. Such transfer degrees are quite popular amongst the working-age population in many states. What are Transfer Degrees? These degrees are...

Top 6 Nursing Interview Tips to Success for Scary Hearts

With tough competition in the nursing job industry it comes as no surprise that most nurses are scared stiff when it comes to interviews. As demands for nursing professionals increase, it’s good to enhance your marketing and interviewing skills so that you get the most coveted job. 1. Do...

How To Become A Certified Public Accountant (CPA)

Accounting is one degree where students have to be taught to be very cautious about their data analysis. Consequently, being certified lends much credibility to any accountant. Certified Public Accountants (CPA) are unique in that they are licensed to file reports with the Securities and Exchange Commission. That’s why...