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  1. 3 Workable options for work-at-home students
    July 24, 2013 @ 12:50 pm

    […] a steady income, depending on how much time and effort is put into the work. With claims that the price of college is rising faster than inflation, now is definitely a good time to be trying to bring some extra money […]

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  2. Should I Postpone College if I’m undecided about a Career? | College Planning Tips for Teens and Parents…
    April 15, 2012 @ 8:23 am

    […] make career choices as a teen.  It’s even hard to make career choices as an adult.  Since the price of college is increasing nearly three times the rate of inflation, we have to be careful not to make any […]

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  3. Rick Sherréll
    October 12, 2011 @ 1:30 pm

    You have a great point Chris. With the rising tuition costs and shrinking employment prospects, college is no longer a place to waste four (or six) years ‘growing up!’ Considering a less expensive Community College for the first 2 years and taking college credit courses in High School are two smart strategies. Along those same lines, it might also help to PAY ATTENTION in high school so you’re not retaking (and paying for) those same FREE classes when you get to college! Right now DEVELOPMENTAL CLASSES (aka High School Repeat Classes) rank among the top 5 departments and some colleges!
    http://www.campustalkblog.com/whatshot/they-say-developmental-education-classes-rank-among-the-top-5/

    PEACE.
    Rick

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  4. Chris Collins
    October 11, 2011 @ 11:39 am

    The cost of education is going up and the pay out is not what it used to be. It’s important to make the most of your time in college to maximize your investment. College is no longer the place to find yourself, it is the place to refine yourself. This also places importances on community colleges and taking courses for college credit in HS.

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