While graduating with a job is not as easy as it seems, it is possible. Many times, this entails having either a full- or part-time job or paid internship in your field of study.
Believe it or not, your college degree is preparing you for a career! It’s never too early to start thinking about what to do with your degree and students will often find it helpful to attend job fairs, apply for an internship, or land a part-time job in a field that interests them. So it’s your senior year of college and you still don’t know what to do? Don’t panic! Bright Hub’s collection of tips and articles will help you decide what job is best for you and where you can start applying for work after you graduate or whether you should consider furthering your education.
Are you interested in learning more about self paced accredited anatomy and physiology courses? Here you will learn the details about self-paced courses in anatomy and physiology.
Undergraduate degree and MBA admissions rates: which majors are best? This article goes into the importance of undergraduate major, GPA, and other aspects for admission to MBA programs.
This article provides advice on finding internships as a physics major. It explains what to expect, where to go, and logistics such as paid vs. unpaid internships. The article also includes a list of top physics internships.
Criminal justice degree programs are becoming very prevalent in many colleges and popular with recent high school graduates. Many of these graduates move on to the police academy and other departments. This poses a question; what do you get for a police officer graduate gift?
Most of the education requirements of a school counselor apply to what you do while pursuing your master’s degree. But careful planning and choice of major while earning your bachelor’s degree will help prepare you to succeed in this challenging but important field of study.
Considering majoring in English in college? While there are plenty of benefits to this versatile degree, some of it’s strengths can also be it’s weaknesses. Learn about some of these cons to better decide if this major is right for you.
English is one of those degrees that can leave you scratching your head, wondering what the point of majoring in it would be. But the advantage of an English major is that it can prepare you for a surprising range of careers.