Dorms are filling up, classes are starting, and Frisbees are flying above quads at colleges and universities across the country. But these familiar seasonal patterns don’t reflect how a growing number of students are starting the year. More and more older Americans are heading back to school, often part time or in the evenings, [...]
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For some reason, there seems to be a negative stigma around library science majors. Forbes went as far as to say library and information science are the worst master’s degrees for acquiring a high paying job. While it’s true that librarians aren’t exactly stocking the financial shelves, with an average salary of $55,370 per year in the U.S., there are [...]
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That plastic college ID card is worth more than you think. Flashing the card at stores and restaurants can get you major savings. But many of the deals are not advertised, so it never hurts to ask. Clothing seller Banana Republic and electronics chain RadioShack Corp., for example, offer discounts to college students year round. [...]
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