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                    Find the educational requirements and skills you will need for a career in Arts & Entertainment, Business, Criminal Justice, Education, Health Care, Science, and Technical.

                    Landing the job of your dreams may not necessarily require a formal education, but it can certainly help. Finding that job is usually much more challenging without a college degree, especially considering that most employers prefer to hire candidates who have completed formal higher education. It is possible to work your way up by leveraging past employment experiences and skills, but it’s often a more challenging path.

                    According to statistics provided by the National Center for Policy Analysis, individuals with a college degree make on average twice as much as a high school graduate without a degree or a trade. And professionals with advanced college degrees ?masters and doctorate’s, etc. ?make an average of three times as much as a high school graduate without a degree.

                    Make the most of your future by furthering your education. Working hard to earn a degree will show determination and add value to your skills and background. It will also open many more doors to you in your future. Once you’ve chosen the career of your dreams, then you need to identify the education and skills necessary to achieve your dream job. After you’ve figured out which degree you’ll need to pursue your future career, you can then begin looking into both on-campus and online degree programs until you find something that fits your budget and lifestyle. If you decide that you would like to pursue your degree entirely online then make sure to choose a school that is accredited.

                    An accredited college will ensure that your future degree will be recognized in your state and your career field of choice. Choosing a school that is not accredited can be a waste of your time and money. Always be sure to contact prospective schools to ensure that they offer the right programs and environment to meet your educational needs. Many colleges also provide career guidance to help you get started in a new job after graduation.

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                    Health Care

                    Dental
                    Health and Exercise Science
                    Home Health Registered Nurse
                    Medical Pathologist
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                    Pharmacy
                    Physical Therapy
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                    Video Game Programmer
                    Web Design


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