Through sports athletes can often inspire others to do great things on the playing field. But that inspiration can also be used in the classroom.
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As kids, many of us may have thought that time moved way too slowly. From car rides to science class, we stared at the clock wishing that there was some way that we could speed up the process and get things done faster. While for most things in life there is no fast forward button, higher education institutions are now beginning to hear our need for speed.
Traditionally, the time required for completing a bachelors degree is four years. Just like driving a car students had speed limits to follow. Now there are accelerated degree program to help students jump into the fast lane and complete their degrees in record time.
Recently, more colleges are developing accelerated degree programs to help students save time as well as money so that their career goals are closer in reach. Check out the following infographic on the growing popularity of accelerated bachelor's degree programs.
You know the statistics-it's the hardest time to find a job in the U.S. since the Great Depression. Although the economy may be picking up, the job market isn't necessarily following along. While this is obviously bad news for the unemployed, it's also not very good news for persons hoping to change jobs in the near future.
Although the economy is starting to pick back up and grow again, it may not feel like it for many Americans.
It's a good time to be a bachelor, and by that we mean a man or woman with a Bachelor's degree. Find out why here...
In an increasingly difficult job market where job stability is coming under question, earning additional education in your field can help set you apart from the competition.
There are many factors that can get in the way of earning a degree, which is why many people find themselves wanting to return to school later on in their careers to finish up a Bachelor's degree.