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Posted February 23, 2015 by

Five Careers to Consider Before Going to Law School

Attorney at law sitting at desk holding pen with files with a card for Mediation

Attorney at law sitting at desk holding pen with files with a card for Mediation. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Many students enter their college education with a plan for going to law school. The reasons for this decision vary, but many students intend to go to law school because they have a desire to help others and/or they like the salary prospects. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), lawyers make around $113,000 a year. However, in a study reported by the Washington Post, only about 30% of lawyers are actually happy in their profession. While being a lawyer is a good career—and certainly a necessary one in our society—law practice is not a good fit for everyone. Here are some great ideas in the field that might be a better fit for you: (more…)

Posted July 31, 2014 by

Don’t Have a Bachelor’s Degree? Check Out These 10 Career Options

While getting a college education can put you one step closer to landing a job and/or finding a career, some people for one reason or another may not pursue this form of learning.  Job seekers should know that there are still opportunities to make a good living for themselves.  So, if you don’t have a bachelor’s degree, what can you do?  Learn about 10 career options from a slideshow by Career Glider in the following post. (more…)

Posted November 21, 2013 by

Recent Graduate Jobs You Can Pursue with a Criminal Justice Degree

Have you graduated with a criminal justice degree and wonder what recent graduate jobs are available?  The following post has some career opportunities to consider.

This is a guest post contributed by Pamela Rosssow Criminal justice is a broad field with many careers to choose from. Careers that fall under the criminal justice umbrella are police officer, paralegals, corrections officer, court clerk, probation officer, private investigator, sheriff, or a criminologist. You can also join several federal agencies like the CIA,

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