It can be a scary time for any new college grad hunting for their first job in the real world. With so many emerging college graduates every year entering the workforce, the job market continues to get more and more competitive. Fortunately for the class of 2013, it appears things might be looking up. According [ Read More ]
Choosing a career path while you’re in college is never an easy thing. It seems so permanent, so final. And while the Internet provides a plethora of resources and experts, it can be difficult to decide where to begin. In health care, specifically the field of nursing, there are many different paths you can take, [ Read More ]
E-Readers are inspiring Americans to hit the books once again. Check out this interesting infographic that shares pretty cool info about e-readers, and how they are causing adults and youths to read more than ever! Good news for sure.
So you can’t remember anything you studied last night? Your brain is a complex beast that needs to be treated as such. Eat right, think right, teach yourself right. Take a look at this infographic of how your memory works and how you can improve it. Via: Online Colleges Blog
Thanks to the folks at Frugal Dad, we’ve got a fresh new infographic for you on online privacy. According to Carnegie Mellon researchers, information listed on social media may be enough to guess a social security number, the key to identity theft. And with mobile banking apps, more and more people are logging sensitive information [ Read More ]
They polled 100 ladies and gents to find out what they really wanted for Valentines Day. Maybe it’s Chocolate? Diamonds? Or is it something else?
If you’re browsing College Cures, there’s a pretty high chance that you’re a Millennial – someone between the ages of 18 to 29. There’s 50 million Millennials today, and according to research, the majority of us are socially liberal, tech savvy, and educated. In other words, we pretty much rock. Created by: Online Graduate Programs
You know there’s a problem when the country is spending more on their prisons than on their education system. Sadly, that’s precisely what’s happening here in the US. As colleges have continued to lose funding, states have also increased spending on their prisons (some spend close to twice as much on prisons than on higher [ Read More ]
We’ve all heard it before: the chances of receiving financial aid are slim if your family makes too much money or if your GPA is too low. Well, not so fast. This graphic by Online Graduate Programs reveals how those beliefs, and many others surrounding financial aid, are simply just myths. Created by: Online Graduate [ Read More ]