How to Choose Marketable College Degrees with an Eye on the Future

How to Choose Marketable College Degrees with an Eye on the Future

    A Myth of Marketable Degrees?

      Author and economics professor Alex Tabarrok minces no words when taking to task academia and its representatives. Although not discrediting the fact that college degrees do translate into higher earning potentials for their holders, Tabarrok outlines the failure of students to choose the best college majors based on greatest economic potential.”

    Highlighting that the most marketable degrees are still found in engineering, technology, science and math, the failure of American students to focus on these fields is peculiar.

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List of Legitimate Scholarships by State from R to W (Rhode Island to Wyoming)

List of Legitimate Scholarships by State from R to W (Rhode Island to Wyoming)

    Scholarship information may be under different headings depending on what college website you are on. Some areas to look for include Financial Aid, Admission, Future Students, Prospective Students, Incoming Students, Student Services, Campus Life or Paying for College.

    Sometimes scholarships and grants may be included among the Quick Link facts or even under the FAQ section.

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College Planning: Three Primary Factors to Consider When Choosing a College

      While each of these factors is vitally important to consider, some might rank higher or lower depending on each students preference and personality. Consider the following question for each aspect to make the best decision for you.

    Major of Study

    You do not necessarily need to know your major of study in order to start college. In fact, it is quite common to change your mind and your major a few times during college and still be able to graduate in four years.

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