How to Transition from College to Career Lifestyle

How to Transition from College to Career Lifestyle

    College vs. Career Lifestyle

    The college lifestyle, unlike the ones shown in the media, is not always about parties. Some classes and programs require a lot of time management on the student’s part. College grading is often much harder and require more critical thinking and professional writing; however, college is not always a way to raise a student to have a solid view of how a career is.

    So, what is a career? For purposes of this article, we will loosely define college lifestyle as a full time college student and career lifestyle has someone who is no longer a college student.

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Going To A Community College: Staying Local Can Still Take You Far

Going To A Community College: Staying Local Can Still Take You Far

Depending on what kind of career you have planned for your future, you may start dreaming of colleges in far off and exotic lands. (In some cases, this is simply the desire to get as far away from your family as possible and has nothing to do with education.) But, getting into the prestigious schools can be difficult at best, and if your grades or financial situation is not the best, then you may have to pursue a more realistic educational avenue.

Community colleges can offer some substantial benefits, even for the students that can have their pick of several schools.

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