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Best places for college grads to start their careers

Using data on average income and cost of living, Stacker determined the best cities for new college grads choosing where to start their careers.

More than half of American legislatures are considering restrictive education laws. Here's what that means

Stacker looks at the proposed laws that aim to restrict certain topics from being taught in U.S. classrooms. 
Top 10 colleges with the most students enrolled in popular STEM programs
Sorn340 Studio Images // Shutterstock Over the last 30 years, employment in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics …
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A look at federal grant programs available for students
Canva For many students from low and middle-income households, figuring out how to pay for college can require jumping through …
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How English-language learner education has changed since the 1950s
Ground Picture // Shutterstock Learning a different language can be a point of pride, but there is a practical advantage too. Job …
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How US K-12 spending compares to other countries
BIGANDT.COM // Shutterstock In elementary and secondary education, the U.S. spends about $15,000 per student annually, ranking …
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Jobs projected to grow the most in nursing—and how that compares to other health care roles
Canva The U.S. population is aging. Today, 1 in 6 Americans are 65 or older; that demographic is expected to nearly double by 2060. …
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10 jobs with the most remote work opportunities
Alex Brylov // Shutterstock Remote work is more common now than ever, with over 10% of civilian workers working remotely in 2022. …
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Your workplace

How do college refunds work? Learn how to protect your investment

(BPT) - It's graduation season! If you have a high school senior, you're probably busy planning a party or vacation to celebrate the end of their high school years. Last year, more than 20 million …

Software developers, lawyers, and 11 other occupations that demand frequent problem-solving

ClickUp analyzed Bureau of Labor Statistics data that found only 14% of civilian workers solve problems every day at their jobs.

5 tips for keeping adult online learners engaged

Tovuti LMS compiled five ways online programs can offer curriculum to keep adult students engaged.

Students pass these AP courses more than any others

Study.com compiled a list of the AP courses with the highest exam pass rate using data from College Board.

More than 90% of art directors and CEOs work at their own pace—these are other top jobs for a self-paced workstyle

Looking for more flexible working conditions? ClickUp ranked the 15 best jobs for working at your own pace based on Bureau of Labor Statistics data.

The benefits of 5 types of in-person tutoring

Using a variety of resources and news publications, HeyTutor compiled information about five types of in-person tutoring and learning methods.  

These metros have the highest concentration of software developers

Look beyond Silicon Valley: Feats used Bureau of Labor Statistics data to rank 15 U.S. metro areas with the highest densities of software developers.

Jobs and employment information
Toxic exposure during your deployment? New law expands benefits for post-9/11 veterans
(BPT) - Are you or a loved one a post-9/11 combat veteran? Were you exposed to burn pits or other toxins while in service? If so, …
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Are your business finances in shape? A checklist to get you organized
(BPT) - By Irana Wasti, Chief Product Officer of BILLAs a business owner, keeping your finances thriving is critical, especially if …
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A brighter future: 6 tips for funding your child’s college education
Sorry, but your browser does not support the video tag. (BPT) - The college years are an important milestone in a young person's …
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Whether you’re looking for a new job or trying to set your career on a new trajectory, here’s where you need to start
(BPT) - Anyone who has lived through the last few years knows how dramatically the world of work has changed — and how it …
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Helping teachers and students prepare as school supply costs surge
(BPT) - Every summer, parents nationwide get ready for the upcoming school year by purchasing necessary school supplies. However, a …
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Graduation season is here: Tips and resources to help young women be more financially savvy
(BPT) - Whether you're graduating from high school or college, chances are you're becoming more independent about handling your own …
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How one university is taking a proactive approach to address mental health
(BPT) - Even before the pandemic, mental health professionals at schools were concerned that support services for students were …
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Looking for a new career? This is why the skilled trades offer great opportunities
(BPT) - For anyone seeking a career that's in demand and offers a wide variety of positions, the skilled trades and construction …
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Tired of tightening your budget? Here's how to find a side hustle you'll love
(BPT) - Tighten the purse strings. Balance the budget. Cut back. There are many ways to say it, but the current economy has millions …
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How much freelancers must earn to match the median salary of 10 jobs
Canva The rise of remote work, mass layoffs, and inflation pushed many professionals to seek either independent or freelance work …
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Williams Employees Donate Time and Energy to 120 Volunteer Projects Across 19 States

(NewsUSA) - Painting bridges. Teaching kids to fish. Shining up an airplane museum. The 120 volunteer projects that took place across 19 states during Williams Volunteer Week this April were as …

Traveling nurses can make $200K a year—here's how the field changed during the pandemic

Incredible Health compiled a list of statistics about how the field of travel nursing changed during the COVID-19 pandemic using various news and government sources.