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Succeeding in College 6 Lucrative Career Paths That Don't Require A College Degree Society has been marketing college to students for decades. The idea of working smarter, not harder is pushed — some would say shoved — down students' throats. The truth is that college is just not for everyone. There are plenty of lucrative career p… 35 MOS Series & Etsing Soon? Be Competitive to Land a Job in the Intelligence Community with a College Degree If you are in the 35 MOS (military occupational specialties) series in the Army and are nearing your expiration term of service (ETS) date, you may be wondering what your options are for employment. It's important to realize that the intell…
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Have you recently enrolled in college for the first time? Perhaps, you’re nervous you won’t succeed. This might especially be the case if you’re a first-generation college student. If you’re concerned about surviving your first semester of college, consider finding out about all of the available tutoring services offered at your educational institution. Asking new friends to form a study group with you is also a great idea. To increase your odds of success, think about limiting your course load. If you try to take too many classes at once, you might not have enough time to devote to each one. On this blog, I hope you will learn valuable tips to help you make good grades in college.

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Society has been marketing college to students for decades. The idea of working smarter, not harder is pushed — som…

35 MOS Series & Etsing Soon? Be Competitive to Land a Job in the Intelligence Community with a College Degree

If you are in the 35 MOS (military occupational specialties) series in the Army and are nearing your expiratio…

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