How to Decide if Entrepreneurship is the Next Big Step for You By Amanda Wilks

The first concept on the path to entrepreneurship can be summed up in a single word: risk. The difference between a business owner and an entrepreneur lies in the entrepreneur’s thirst for risk. A business owner avoids risk to preserve the value of their business operation. Entrepreneurs thrive on risk as a constant motivation to achieve their goals and success.

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5 Master’s Degrees with Almost Limitless Possibilities By Lizzie Weakley

If you want to get a good high paying career, getting a college degree is absolutely crucial. However, while you could settle for an associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree, you should seriously consider obtaining a master’s degree. There are many fantastic master’s degrees to choose from that can give you a wide array of career choices. Below is a list of master’s degrees that can provide you with almost limitless possibilities.

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Where Can I Study English in San Diego, California? By Brianna Burrows

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San Diego is located in southern California and is only 17 miles from the border of Mexico. It is well known for its warm weather year round and beautiful beaches. San Diego is also known for its naval air force presence at North Island Naval Air Station. There are many educational institutions in San Diego, which makes it a great city for international students that like the sun, sand, and waves. Below are four highlighted schools where you can study in English in San Diego, California:

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Choosing the Right Career for You By Matt Milstead

With so many options to choose from, selecting the right career for you can be an incredible challenge! Whether there are so many things you’re passionate about that you aren’t sure where to start, or you’ve never really had a deep interest in anything, you need a guide to help you navigate the process of selecting your future career. By utilizing these tips, you can watch your future career prospects fall into line as you select a field that you can live with for the rest of your life.

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Colleges and Universities that Offer Scholarships to International Students: Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa By Brianna Burrows

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Finding the money to attend a college or university can be quite a struggle, especially for international students. That’s why it is by far one of the most popular questions on StudyUSA.com: Where can I find scholarships for international students? Here are some schools in Georgia, Hawaii, and Iowa that offer scholarships to international students.

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Studying Techniques All New Grad School Students Should Know By Dixie Somers

Going to graduate school is usually considered one of the most difficult and defining times in any person’s life. You’ll find out who you really are, as well as how you can handle stress and high-pressure situations. Students tend to cram in a lot of study sessions, write 20-page papers for demanding professors, and take test after test to ensure a passing grade at the end of the semester.

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How to Graduate with a Degree That Will Leave an Impact on Society By Hannah Whittenly

Working just for money isn’t enough for today’s recent graduates. They want to help people and have an impact on the world around them. Some want to do that overseas in distant countries. Others may want to stay in their own communities and build it up. If that sounds like you, then take a look at these four degrees that can lead to influential careers.

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4 College Degrees that Prepare You for a Career in Public Service By Meghan Belnap

Public sector jobs encompass a wide range of occupations, from politics and law enforcement to environmental protection. In 2014, the United States government paid more than $16 billion to 5,176,248 public service employees, according to the US Census Bureau. Many students choose public service degrees because they enjoy making a difference, while several others seek them out because of the tendency for government jobs to remain in demand.

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