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The Attack of the Krups EA82

There’s a new coffee phenomenon sweeping the nation, and it’s the Krups Espresso Machine. This single-cup espresso machine is perfect for anyone that enjoys the many different flavors of coffee, but
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Career Spotlight: Self-employment Through Dog Walking And Dog Sitting

Are you interested in the care of dogs? Believe it or not, you can actually make a living taking care of other people’s dogs! That’s right! How would you like to be paid to walk other people’s
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Career Spotlight: Dog Breeder

Those who seek a career dealing with animals really have a lot of opportunities at their hands. While most animals careers are in the medical field, certain animal lovers have found breeding to be a very benefi
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Changing the Way We Spend

By Ellen Wilson As you continue your studies in the field of accounting, you’re probably interested in learning how accountants, auditors and Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) impact the economic world. Acc
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Talking Money and How It Pays Off

By Ellen Wilson Accountants, particularly Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) remain some of the most sought professionals, even in today’s economy. The demand for accountants translates to lucrative opportun
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Finding the Money Trail

By Ellen Wilson As you explore what you can do with your accounting degree, you might consider finance jobs that follow the money trail. Forensic accounting is a specialization that traces transactions to uncov
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Building Credit Higher & Faster!

By Ellen Wilson If you need to supplement your education fund using credit-based private loans, you need to understand how to earn credit and what your credit rating measures. It’s part of learning how to fun
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It Takes Two To Tango: Computer Science and Economics

Computer science and economics actually go hand in hand. Using a computer whilst analysing future economic forecasts is now considered standard practice, and there are many software programs available when deal
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Change Is In the Air

This time in our history brings many wonderful things when you think about improvements, inventions, and innovations. Whether it’s technology or some other aspect of life, the people of today’s worl
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How To Find The Best Schools For Any Degree

The fields of architecture and industrial design are a prime target for many aspiring workers who plan on getting their degrees. The challenge that lies here isn’t in the field itself, but rather finding
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Reaching For the Stars online

You may have a dream to study a medical course such as pharmacy or physical therapy, but the high tuition fees can be a put-off for many people and even stop some from pursuing their ideal career. It is worth c
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Considering a Career in Culinary Arts

There is a surge of interest regarding culinary arts, and more students than ever are considering studying this subject. It is very likely that increased recognition of celebrity chefs is driving this trend, al
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Go Online For A Brighter Future.

When most people think of undertaking a degree they think of the high costs associated with studying, not only is there tuition fees to think about but also accommodation and living costs. If you are thinking o
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Best Way of Paying Off Student Loans Post Graduation

It is surprising how much debt you can rack up whilst studying your chosen subject. In fact it is this thought of debt that puts many students off studying further, but it is important to remember that in today
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The State of Financial Assistance At Top Ranked Schools

So you have accepted a place into a top ranking school, the next step is to work out how to pay for it. It is possible to take out student loans to help towards tuition and living costs, but it may surprise you
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The Dark Side Of India’s Rapid Growth

Just two and a half decades ago, India was a radically different country with a closed economy that enforced strict regulation of the multinationals and indigenous public or private sectors. In addition to high
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Inspiring Quotes For The Graduating Class of 2013 – Part 2

Continuing our list of inspiring quotes for the graduating class of 2013. “In the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity.” - Albert Einstein “A child miseducated is a child lost.” - John F. Kennedy
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Inspiring Quotes For The Graduating Class of 2013

“The world is a university and everyone in it is a teacher.” Bishop T.D. Jakes – HuffingtonPost.com “…wherever the people are well informed they can be trusted with their own gover
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Getting The Most Out Of Your Gap Year

A gap year has gone from a preposterous idea, a waste of a year, to a very common option. Many students are now more inclined to see the world, or spend a year of their time doing something they truly love, bef