Monthly Archives: November 2009

Made in the USA – Jobs That Will Never Be Outsourced

From Unites States perspective, when businesses desire to cut operational costs and go for outsourcing, which basically means shifting local jobs to territories outside the United States, to get lower-wage benefits, it spells disaster – from the economy point of view.

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Online Criminal Justice Degrees: Help You Help Others

While considering a career in crime scene analysis, the basic question one needs to ask oneself is does one like to help the society and other people? If the answer is in the affirmative, one can possibly consider a rewarding career in the field of criminal justice.

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Avoiding Fake Diplomas And Degree Scams

Numerous sites out there take advantage of people who want to learn online. And you could also become a victim and lose a lot of money! Giving your contact information and credit card number to a fake online learning website can cause you more trouble than you can imagine.

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Accounting Career Guide

First off, you’ve selected a good profession. As per the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Statistics, employ of auditors and accountants is likely to grow between 18 and 26 percent yearly by 2014. In 2004, accountants and auditors held around 1.2 million jobs, so through 2014 that number would be well above 5 million.

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Costly Campus Living: The Six Most Expensive Dorms In The U.S.

Most people underestimate the costs associated with living on campus. The reality is that on top of the costs for the education itself, many people have to spend additional money on living expenses. It’s one of the many hidden costs associated with getting an education. This is yet another reason why an online education is a practical thing. Here’s a list costs to illustrate this point.

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