07 Feb

5 Reasons Why a College Degree in Web Development is Useless [Op-Ed]

5 Reasons Why a College Degree in Web Development is Useless [Op-Ed]
Many web developers you’ll meet probably have a degree in information technology or computer science, or relevant courses where programming is involved. At least up until a decade ago this was the norm, to study in a university, earn a degree, and land a …
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hongkiat.com


The 7 Highest-Paying College Degrees All Earn Over ,000
Friends, family, and teachers may have advised you to “follow your passion,” but what if your passion doesn’t pay the bills? Whether you’re about to attend college for the first time, or you’re going back to school to earn an additional degree …
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cheatsheet.com


Tennessee governor calls for tuition-free community college for adults
January 31, 2017 —The cost of a higher education in America has steadily risen for decades, with levels of college debt drawing criticism from politicians and students alike. Often, the high price of secondary degrees is prohibitive for lower-income …
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The Christian Science Monitor


Lincoln College adding 4 more baccalaureate programs
LINCOLN — Lincoln College has received approval to add four more baccalaureate programs this fall and is ahead of schedule in its transition back to being a bachelor’s degree-granting institution, said President David Gerlach. Starting this fall …
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Pantagraph


A surprising group is taking over college campuses
Parents are flocking to college campuses as a college degree becomes increasingly necessary to secure a good job in today’s labor market. But at the same time that this group of student parents is growing, the resources colleges provide to them are …
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Market Watch


Free tuition? Not the same as free college, students say
Or Buffalo State College junior Avery Edwards, who despite similar financial aid expects to owe $ 20,000 after collecting his degree next year. That’s because tuition, at around $ 6,500 a year, is just about a third of the typical four-year student’s total …
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