Posts Tagged ‘Career’
Amongst occupations in the US in top demand with great employment prospects, Paralegals and Legal Assistants are always ranked in the top few. After all, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) estimates an increase of about 18 percent in jobs for Paralegals and Legal Assistants between 2010 and 2020. But if you plan to pursue this career path in the Washington DC area, your prospects are even brighter. Contrary to being looked down upon, you will actually shine with a degree in paralegal studies in Washington DC. Here’s why.
Think you can’t make a career with an online degree? Think again. Our latest infographic
Career with Online Degree, What’s the buzz all about? has been compiled from various sources and reports which reveal that employers are now starting to not only accept online degrees as valid and credible but are also hiring online grads. And that’s how it should be; the growing number of non-traditional students need newer, more flexible and easily accessible ways to complete (or advance) their education and pursue a financially viable career. And what could be a better way than online education.
Do you feel overworked or unmotivated to continue with your current job? Are your Monday blues getting carried on to Tuesdays Wednesdays and Thursdays? Just as there are various reasons which can lead you to feel this way, such as monotony, or an uninteresting job, similarly there are different ways you can revive your career, without opting for a complete career overhaul.
A lot of students these days assume that graduate school will be a walk in the park, but that is not the case. Graduate school is generally tougher than undergrad school, simply because it is more focused, intensive and requires self-discipline. Take a look at bachelor’s degrees vs. master’s degrees: everything you need to know about going to grad school.