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Is Getting a Double Major a Dumb Idea? | The College Solution

Is Getting a Double Major a Dumb Idea? | The College Solution | Traditional Careers and Colleges | Scoop.it
Many students believe that they need to have a double major to find a job after college, but a double major can keep college students from graduating on time.
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Hot Degrees for 2014 and Beyond

Hot Degrees for 2014 and Beyond | Traditional Careers and Colleges | Scoop.it
Are you thinking of going back to school in 2014 for better career opportunities? If so, you'll want to make sure the degree you choose will be in demand in the future. Fortunately, we've asked career experts what degrees will be hot in 2014.
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Business Major | What Can You Do with a Business Degree

Business Major | What Can You Do with a Business Degree | Traditional Careers and Colleges | Scoop.it
A college degree in business is a highly practical area of study, since the curriculum provides students with so much real-world experience--and thus a smoother transition from school to career. Even so, students are advised to be prepared for the constant changes in the job market. Instead of focusing your studies on a high-demand field, pursue a path that is more in line with your own interests and talents. There's no way to predict how the market will change, so look at your education as a jumping-off point rather than a definitive line to a specific job title or industry. Take the time to do an assessment of what you have to offer, your interests, and your ultimate goals and needs.
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Bachelor of Business Administration Degree

Bachelor of Business Administration Degree | Traditional Careers and Colleges | Scoop.it
A Bachelor of Business Administration degree is an excellent option for undergraduate students who are interested in majoring in business.
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Engineer: Career Information

Engineer: Career Information | Traditional Careers and Colleges | Scoop.it
Do you want to be engineer? Find out what engineers do, how much they earn, what the job outlook is and what the educational and training requirements are for engineers.
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Why Choose Engineering?

Why Choose Engineering? | Traditional Careers and Colleges | Scoop.it

Why choose engineering – how about the diversity, the income, the lifestyle and people working in engineering get to do cool stuff?

To ‘engineer’ literally means to “make things happen”. Engineering is about the design and production of useful products and services. Engineering know-how converts scientific knowledge into technology and then technology into successful innovation. Many seemingly simple aspects of our daily lives have been conceptualised, designed and developed by an engineer.

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The Most Popular College Majors: An Infographic

The Most Popular College Majors: An Infographic | Traditional Careers and Colleges | Scoop.it
How important is education? Take a look at this infographic to learn about the various degrees and what men and women are studying.
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60% Of College Grads Can't Find Work In Their Field. Is A Management Degree The Answer?

60% Of College Grads Can't Find Work In Their Field. Is A Management Degree The Answer? | Traditional Careers and Colleges | Scoop.it
Sixty percent of U.S. college graduates cannot find a full-time job in their chosen profession, according to job placement firm Adecco.
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How Long Does It Takes to Become a Lawyer?

How Long Does It Takes to Become a Lawyer? | Traditional Careers and Colleges | Scoop.it
Most people who pursue a career as a lawyer generally take the traditional path of earning a bachelor’s degree followed by three years of law school. The amount of time this actually will take ...
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Top Degree Picks from HR Experts - Yahoo! Education

Top Degree Picks from HR Experts - Yahoo! Education | Traditional Careers and Colleges | Scoop.it
Are you thinking of going back to school to earn your degree, but wonder which degrees are at the top of employers' must-have lists? We did, too. So we talked to two human resources experts to find out what degrees are trending.
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How Long Does a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management Take?

How Long Does a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management Take? | Traditional Careers and Colleges | Scoop.it
Individuals searching for How Long Does a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management Take? found the following information and resources relevant and helpful.
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The CS Major | Department of Computer Science

The CS Major | Department of Computer Science | Traditional Careers and Colleges | Scoop.it

An overview of a Computer Science Major, from Cornell University

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Does being an engineer mean I have to get my hands dirty? | TryEngineering

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Career Tests | CareerPath.com

Take Free Career Tests & Personality Test assessments, depending on where you are on your career path, to find career choices for you.
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This website tells you your career opportunities through tests, quizzes, and reports you can answer based on ourr personal answers. I took a test on there and it gave me a quick, good summary of my work personality.

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Visual Loop: The High Earning Potential of College Graduates

Visual Loop: The High Earning Potential of College Graduates | Traditional Careers and Colleges | Scoop.it
A non-stop stream of Links to Infographics, Maps, Charts and many other worldwide Visualization...
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