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The Rise of Vocational Degrees

By Kaitlin Louie
February 20, 2014

As the shortage of skilled labor persists, the traditional four-year college degree is proving to be ineffective for some people. Tamar Jacoby of the Los Angeles Times wrote, "More Americans attend college today than ever before: this year, 42% of young people 18 to 24 years old. […]

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Beating the averages: When vocational training tops a 4-year degree

By Richard Barrington
June 12, 2013

Despite figures that show the benefits of 4-year degrees, vocational training might be more rewarding in many cases.

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Working outside the box

By Justin Boyle
May 10, 2013

Gone are the days when people were given a single purpose for their skills and stuck to it like factory machines. Learn how you can find your transferable work skills and make the sort of career connections that can beef up your employability.

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Should Vocational Schools Teach Entrepreneurship?

By Holly Johnson
April 18, 2013

Skills learned in vocational schools can transfer easily into an entrepreneurial setting. However, students are coming up short when it comes to starting their own businesses. Maybe it's time for vocational schools to teach entrepreneurship in order to better prepare their students.

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Where did all the machinists go?

By Holly Johnson
April 18, 2013

Certain type of machinists are in high demand. Learn what machines need skilled operators and how to secure one of these highly sought-after jobs.

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Vocational Rehabilitation History and Careers

By Candice Mancini
April 18, 2013

Vocational rehabilitation helps disabled individuals to secure meaningful work. Rehabilitation counselors provide these services. Learn the history of vocational rehabilitation and how to become a rehabilitation counselor.

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Rock a career as a video game designer

By Shannon Dauphin Lee
April 17, 2013

Does video game design seem like a dream job? There are plenty of degree programs that can turn a video game guru into a video game creator.

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Why are welders disappearing?

By Shannon Dauphin Lee
April 16, 2013

Welders might seem to be disappearing, but there are still jobs out there for those who have gone through skilled welder training.

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How to become a welder

By Holly Johnson
April 16, 2013

The art of welding involves taking a variety of metal pieces and using heat and other means to create something useful. Welders work in construction, maintenance, manufacturing, and repair. Highly skilled welders are in demand and may be able to find jobs in several industries.

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Obscure careers: Metallurgist

By Shannon Dauphin Lee
February 4, 2013

Metallurgists know all about metals, from how to smelt them to the production of modern alloys, but metallurgists are also obscure. Few know what they are, what they do, and why they do it. Find out what it takes to become a metallurgist and how this obscure career can affect our daily lives.

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What You Need to Know About Vocational School Applications

By Kay Easton
April 22, 2011

Once you've decided to pursue a vocational education, you need to research your options and make sure you meet the application requirements. Find out more about how to apply to vocational schools.

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Five Vocational School Myths: Busted!

By Kay Easton
April 20, 2011

Even in the face of evidence to the contrary, myths about vocational education still persist. Read these five myths about vocational schools and then discover the truth.

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Accreditation: What it is and Why It Matters to You

By Kay Easton
April 19, 2011

Vocational school accreditation can make or break a graduate's prospects for employment or to transfer credits to another school. Check accreditation of all vocational schools before you apply.

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The 10 Good-Paying Careers for Vocational School Grads

By Kay Easton
April 12, 2011

Vocational school training can take you to a steady career with salary prospects that could reach six figures. This list includes employment projections, salary ranges and training or degree requirements.

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Five Popular Cities for Vocational Students

By Kay Easton
April 7, 2011

Many cities offer a large number of vocational schools. Read on to discover five cities that could provide a vocational education for you.

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Which Hot Health-Care Career Is for You?

By Kay Easton
April 6, 2011

Medical assistants, LPNs and RNs all work in the health care field, but their responsibilities and wages can vary. Read on for more.

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Getting a Certificate vs. an Associate Degree

By Kay Easton
April 4, 2011

Before looking at vocational schools, you need to decide whether you should earn a certificate or an associate degree. Asking yourself these three questions can help you decide.

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10 Most Popular Vocational Programs

By Kay Easton
March 31, 2011

Vocational certificate and training programs are available both online and on campus to help you prepare for a number of different careers that are in high demand and have earnings potential. Here are 10 vocational programs with a number of career choices.

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Nursing's New Mission: Transitional Care Nurses Work to Improve Quality of Care

By Lora Tucker
March 31, 2011

The Transitional Care Model is a philosophy that focuses on the roles of transitional care nurses and nurse scientists in improving patient quality of life.

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"Modernist Cuisine": Tech Innovator's Passion for Food and Science Becomes a Revolutionary Book

By Lora Tucker
March 28, 2011

The new "Modernist Cuisine" may very well transform how we prepare, cook and eat food - from high-end restaurants to home kitchens. Loosely interpreted as a "cookbook," the 2,400-page, six-volume behemoth is likely to change the culinary landscape forever.

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Spotlight on Vocational Programs for High Growth Careers

By Judi Sandall
March 28, 2011

If you're looking for a career with high job growth potential, read about these careers in health care, information technology and accounting and the vocational education you need to make it happen for you.

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5 Questions to Ask When Picking a Vocational Education Program:

By Kay Easton
March 21, 2011

If you're wondering how to choose between one vocational education program and another and what you should know about choosing the right vocational school, there are important questions to answer regarding accreditation, career placement and more.

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Explore Vocational Schools to Find Which Program Is Right for You

By Judi Sandall
March 21, 2011

Before deciding what vocational school is right for you, make some decisions about the career you want and the good educational path to take you there.

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Choosing a New Career: Is Vocational School the Right Choice?

By Judi Sandall
March 15, 2011

Support for vocational education is increasing as the U.S. economy demands an appropriately skilled workforce. Whether you want to try a new career, are currently unemployed and need retraining or want a retirement job or second career, vocational schools can provide the training you need to succeed.

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Community College and Vocational Schools Give a Green Light to Training Environmental Managers

By Lora Tucker
March 15, 2011

Green at the forefront: Community colleges and vocational schools train students in green managerial programs for high-demand environmentally-driven careers.

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Vocational Education Offers Students Another Path to Career Success

By Lora Tucker
March 15, 2011

A two-year study by the Harvard University Graduate School of Education contends that students need more paths to career success for a smooth transition into the work world.

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Preparing for Job Growth as a Cosmetologist, Barber, or Beauty Professional

By Joe Cooper
May 6, 2009

Completing your training at a trade school can be a great way to begin your career as a cosmetologist, barber, or beauty professional, and prepare for job growth that is predicted to be higher than average.

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California Cool: Interior Design Jobs in the Golden State

By Richard Barrington
May 17, 2007

California leads the nation in interior design jobs. Here's how to get the career training you need to succeed in this dynamic industry.

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Hot Jobs for a Hot Climate: HVAC Jobs in Texas

By Richard Barrington
May 15, 2007

The climate in Texas is ideal for HVAC jobs. Find out how to get your career training from a local vocational or technical school.

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Automotive Technical Training is Key in the Keystone State

By Eneida Alcalde
May 10, 2007

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Job Growth in Massachusetts Sparks Demand for Electrical Engineering Degrees

By Richard Barrington
May 8, 2007

Massachusetts has one of the hottest markets in the country for electrical engineering jobs. Here's how to get one.

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Cooking Up a Culinary Career in New York

By Richard Barrington
May 3, 2007

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Information Technology Careers Thrive in Idaho

By Jessica Santina
May 1, 2007

What better place to earn your AOS in computer technology and networking than Idaho--home of the most patents per capita in the nation?

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A Good Prognosis for North Carolina Biotech Careers

By Jessica Santina
April 26, 2007

With the third largest biotechnology industry in the country, North Carolina is the place to earn a degree in medical imaging equipment technology.

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The Life of a Wisconsin Paralegal

By Gabby Hyman
April 24, 2007

In Wisconsin, paralegal and legal assistants are in high demand as law offices shift the heavy research load from attorneys to their support staffs.

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Climb the Financial Management Ladder in Maryland

By Jessica Santina
April 19, 2007

For Maryland residents in middle management, an executive graduate certificate in business administration can boost your business career.

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Studying the Automotive Trades in California

By Gabby Hyman
April 17, 2007

With so many vehicles in need of routine service and maintenance in the Golden State, California needs automotive service and repair technicians.

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Try Illinois for a Healthcare Degree--and a Great Career

By Gabby Hyman
April 12, 2007

All over Illinois, healthcare professionals need qualified office and clinical staff. That's where you come in.

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Sparking Up Your Electrical Career in California

By Gabby Hyman
April 10, 2007

Electrical systems installation and maintenance workers have a bright future in California. Here's why.

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Building a Great Career: CAD Technology & Manufacturing in Iowa

By Jessica Santina
April 5, 2007

Completing an Iowa vocational school program in computer-aided drafting technology is a great way to embark on a successful career.

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Get Your Motor Running: Arizona Motorcycle Technician Careers

By Jessica Santina
April 3, 2007

Arizona is becoming a hot spot for motorcycle enthusiasts--and where there are motorcycles, there are motorcycle technician jobs.

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Aircraft Maintenance Careers Take Flight in Massachusetts

By Gabby Hyman
March 29, 2007

Vocational and technical schools in Massachusetts can prepare you for a satisfying, in-demand career as an aircraft maintenance technician.

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Fashion Careers Take Shape in Colorado

By Gabby Hyman
March 27, 2007

Build yourself a dynamic career in fashion merchandising with a degree from one of Colorado's vocational or technical schools.

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Florida is Your Partner in Criminal Investigations Training

By Jessica Santina
March 22, 2007

Homeland security job growth in Florida is among the well known in the nation. Begin your criminal investigations training at a Florida vocational school.

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HVAC Specialists Meet Nevada Climate Control Needs

By Karen Lawson
March 20, 2007

Rapid development in Nevada's harsh desert means career opportunities for HVAC specialists. You can complete HVAC training within a couple of years.

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Medical Science Calls Minnesota Home

By Jessica Santina
March 15, 2007

Medical scientists develop new treatments for disease and injury every day. And it's likely that many of them came from Minnesota.

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Get a Taste of Culinary Career Success in Nevada

By Jessica Santina
March 13, 2007

With a record number of tourists and the fastest restaurant job growth in the country, Nevada is a great state in which to begin a culinary career.

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Utah Vocational Programs Groom New Paralegals

By Gabby Hyman
March 8, 2007

Paralegals and legal assistants are finding new positions in law offices throughout Utah. Here's how you can get career training for this exciting profession.

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Get Lots of Green with an Accounting Career in Oregon

By Jessica Santina
March 6, 2007

In Oregon, an internationally recognized leader in environmental policy, an accounting/business administration degree can not only lead to an in-demand career, but with it you can help protect the earth.

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Ready to Advance Your Career? Utah Medical Trade Schools Offer Technical Skills

By Gabby Hyman
March 1, 2007

With plenty of locations throughout Utah, medical technical schools can prepare you for a new, rewarding healthcare career.

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Illinois Automotive Vocational Schools Jump-Start Careers

By Gabby Hyman
February 27, 2007

In Illinois, there are hands-on trade schools that can shift your automotive career into high gear.

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Get HVAC Training in Nebraska for a Career That's Hot

By Gabby Hyman
February 22, 2007

Nebraska's HVAC technical and trade schools can jumpstart a rewarding, lifelong vocation in the field.

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Get Your Game On in Illinois

By Jessica Santina
February 20, 2007

The multi-billion-dollar video game industry is the fastest-growing segment of the entertainment market. Now is a great time to begin your game software development training.

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An AOS in Medical Specialties in Utah

By Jessica Santina
February 15, 2007

you can prepare for several of the country's fastest-growing healthcare careers by earning just one associate's degree in medical specialties. Consider studying in one of the nation's healthcare hotspots: Utah.

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Your Career Insurance: California's Health Care Industry Braces for Change

By Jessica Santina
February 13, 2007

California, which has the nation's highest percentage of uninsured residents, is preparing to take radical steps to insure its residents. Its health care industry will depend heavily on qualified health claims examiners and medical billers.

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The Swirling Legal Storm in Louisiana

By Jessica Santina
February 8, 2007

In post-Katrina Louisiana, those with criminal justice degrees should find plenty of career opportunities helping to rebuild the state's legal system.

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Pennsylvania IT Students Prepare for Fast-Growing Technical Jobs

By Gabby Hyman
February 6, 2007

Pennsylvania technical schools offer a wide range of in-demand IT degree programs that prepare graduates for fast-growing jobs in the computer field.

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Attend Fashion Trade Schools in the Heart of the Industry

By Gabby Hyman
February 1, 2007

If you're considering attending a trade or technical school to start your career in the fashion design field, it just makes sense to study in New York.

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Arkansas Medical Trade Schools Prepare In-Demand Healthcare Workers

By Gabby Hyman
January 30, 2007

Healthcare jobs are the fastest-growing in the country. Arkansas medical trade schools can prepare you for work in the field in as little as eight months.

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Bismarck, ND Jumpstarts Hospitality Careers

By Joe Taylor
January 25, 2007

Online degree programs in travel and hospitality help Bismarck, ND's work force develop powerful job skills.

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Enjoy Career Flexibility as a Medical aide in Arkansas

By Debbie Wilson
January 23, 2007

There is a great demand for healthcare support personnel all over the country. Check out Arkansas's medical assisting opportunities.

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Why Study Information Technology in Arizona?

By Mary Hobson
January 18, 2007

The information technology industry has more computing jobs than it has people. This can mean a lucrative career for you.

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New York Chefs Forced to Get Creative without Trans Fats

By Kate Robb
January 16, 2007

New York recently banned the use of trans fats in restaurants. If you're considering culinary school, you could be just in time for the food revolution.

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Build an Architecture Career in Georgia

By Jessica Santina
January 11, 2007

Earn an associate degree in CAD/architectural drafting in Atlanta, Georgia, home to several historically significant pieces of architecture.

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New Mexico Trade Schools Open for Business

By Gabby Hyman
January 9, 2007

New Mexico's trade and vocational schools offer business degrees for those who want to advance in their professions.

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The Friendly Skies: Study Aviation in Alaska

By Austin Brentley
January 4, 2007

The aviation industry has enjoyed phenomenal growth in recent years, thanks to technological advances. Want to get in on it?

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Heat Up Your Career with Alabama HVAC Training

By Austin Brentley
January 2, 2007

Licensed electricians will find lots of work this winter helping homeowners optimize their HVAC systems, even in the sunny South.

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California Trade Schools Train New Generation of Aircraft Mechanics

By Gabby Hyman
December 28, 2006

With 160 working airports from San Diego to the Oregon border, California-based aircraft mechanics stay busy.

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Graphic Design in Wyoming? WY Not?

By Jessica Santina
December 21, 2006

You already know that Wyoming boasts spectacular scenery--from Yellowstone National Park to the Grand Tetons--but it boasts something else, too.

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Washington's Trade Schools Prepare Fashion Designers, Merchandisers

By Gabby Hyman
December 19, 2006

The Pacific Northwest is not just about Gore-Tex jackets and plaid shirts.

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Fishing for Answers: A Culinary Management Degree in California

By Jessica Santina
December 14, 2006

Did you know that in the United States, two-thirds of all seafood reaches the consumer through restaurants?

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Missouri's HVAC Trade Schools Prepare Tomorrow's Professionals

By Gabby Hyman
December 12, 2006

If you're looking for long-term job security in a fast-growing profession, Heating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) trade schools in Missouri can speed you into the workplace.

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Virginia Culinary Trade Schools Meet Growing Demands for Professionals

By Gabby Hyman
December 7, 2006

There are more than 12,000 eating and drinking establishments in Virginia--and that's not counting food service in fine hotels, cruise ships, and resorts.

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Boomers Are Redesigning Their Lives in California

By Jessica Santina
December 5, 2006

Some call it the "empty-nester syndrome." The Baby Boomers have raised their families, built successful careers, and have begun watching their kids go off to college and launch careers of their own.

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Kansas Medical Coding Degrees Fit the Bill

By Gabby Hyman
November 30, 2006

Healthcare professions across the nation are experiencing rapid growth--which means they're also feeling the growing pains from a critical shortage of qualified workers.

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Plumbing Technology Keeps Pace in California

By Gabby Hyman
November 28, 2006

If you don't believe that there's a shortage of qualified plumbers in California, try getting one on a busy weekend!

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See the Light in Oklahoma

By Jessica Santina
November 21, 2006

In the beautiful rolling hills and open plains of Oklahoma, buffalo aren't the only ones thriving.

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Computer Programming is a Language Spoken Fluently in Ohio

By Jessica Santina
November 16, 2006

It's easy to take your computer for granted. After all, it probably only took seconds for you to end up here, reading this article.

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Start Your Engine with Automotive Training in North Carolina

By Gabby Hyman
November 14, 2006

The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) began as regional racing in the Deep South.

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Hawaii's International Business Climate is Sunny, Too!

By Jessica Santina
November 9, 2006

It may not surprise you to learn that businesses, both domestic and foreign, find Hawaii attractive - but it may surprise you to learn that excellent weather isn't why.

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Accounting in the Corn Belt

By Gabby Hyman
November 7, 2006

Business career trends may come and go, but professionals in the accounting vocations are rarely strapped for an abundance of job openings.

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Business Trades and Vocations, Aloha Style

By Gabby Hyman
November 2, 2006

Hawaii has a diversity of culture practically unmatched in the continental United States.

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Tennessee Enjoys its Healthy Reputation

By Jessica Santina
October 31, 2006

When Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen unveiled his Cover Tennessee plan to provide affordable, portable health insurance to uninsured residents.

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Colorado Automotive Technical Schools Revving Up

By Gabby Hyman
October 26, 2006

Conventional wrench spinners have gone the way of the Model T.

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Texas Means Business

By Jessica Santina
October 24, 2006

This year, Texas officially surpassed California as the home to more Fortune 500 company headquarters than any other state.

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High Tech is Tops in Georgia

By Jessica Santina
October 19, 2006

A report released this year by AeA (formerly the American Electronics Association) indicates that Georgia is ranked 11th nationally for its number of high tech workers, and 10th for its number of high tech establishments.

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Michigan's Healthcare Vocations Are Hiring

By Gabby Hyman
October 17, 2006

America's healthcare professions comprise the fastest-growing vocational sector in the country.

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Arizona Culinary Schools Are Really Cooking

By Gabby Hyman
October 12, 2006

Arizona is home to the gila monster, saguaro cactus, red-rock canyons -- and host to a rich culinary tradition and trade schools that offer classical cooking training.

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South Dakota Medical Assistants Profit from Vocational Certifications

By Gabby Hyman
October 10, 2006

Medical assistants belong to one of the nation's fastest-growing vocational groups, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

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Relax - You've Got a Massage Therapy Career Ahead of You in Florida

By Jessica Santina
October 5, 2006

There are more than 12,000 spas across the country, according to the International Spa Association.

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Iowa Paralegals Assume Vocational Courtroom Responsibilities

By Gabby Hyman
October 3, 2006

The employment of paralegals is expected to grow faster than the average of all other professions through the end of the decade and beyond.

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Steer Your Way to a Career in Automotive Technology

By Jessica Santina
September 28, 2006

Each year, this country needs another 35,000 new automotive service technicians to fill new jobs.

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Ohio Technical Schools Specialize in Graphic Design Training

By Gabby Hyman
September 26, 2006

Graphic designers with a technical focus on the Internet may have the good opportunities for jobs within the design professions, according to federal vocational projections.

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Attending Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Vocational Schools in Kansas

By Gabby Hyman
September 21, 2006

To meet the needs of a busy industry, Kansas vocational and technical schools are offering state-of-the-art training programs in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC).

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Get Graphic in Colorado!

By Jessica Santina
September 19, 2006

Is there an artist in you that's waiting to get out? This might mean there's an exciting and lucrative career ahead of you.

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Criminal Justice: Career Choices for an Unsafe World

By Gabby Hyman
September 14, 2006

The events of September 11, 2001 forever changed America.

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Culinary Training Programs Feed the New York Dining Industry

By Gabby Hyman
September 12, 2006

You won't go hungry in New York. More than 8 million people live in this city of more than 18,000 restaurants.

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Healthy Prospects for Medical Assistants in Pennsylvania

By Jessica Santina
September 7, 2006

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has the 17th largest economy in the world, and the third most vibrant biosciences cluster in America.

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Make it Legal in Georgia: Paralegal Training in the Peach State

By Jessica Santina
September 5, 2006

One of the country's fastest growing, and most exciting career fields is law.

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Texas Healthcare Professions Need Trained Workers

By Gabby Hyman
August 31, 2006

More healthcare jobs will be created between today and 2014 than in any other American career group.

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Pennsylvania Schools Rush Paralegals to the Courtroom

By Gabby Hyman
August 29, 2006

Behind every successful lawyer there's a support team of partners, law secretaries, researchers, and paralegals.

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Culinary Arts? California Can Dish it Out

By Jessica Santina
August 24, 2006

In 2005, the California Restaurant Association projected that the economic impact of restaurant sales that year would be a whopping $103 billion.

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Criminal Justice Training in Utah

By Gabby Hyman
August 22, 2006

In our dangerous post-911 world, local, state and federal law enforcement agencies are on the lookout -- for qualified graduates of criminal justice programs.

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Nevada Needs a Healthy Dose of Pharmacy Technicians

By Jessica Santina
August 17, 2006

According to the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, Nevada is the fastest growing state in the nation.

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Exploring Washington State Culinary Training

By Gabby Hyman
August 15, 2006

What's cooking? Your career in the culinary arts in Washington State!

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Perfect Timing for California HVAC Training

By Gabby Hyman
August 10, 2006

Could there be a better time to enter the heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) professions in California?

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Legal and Criminal Justice Careers

By Marianne Salina
August 8, 2006

With the legal system playing an integral role in the daily proceedings of our society, it's no wonder that there is such a strong demand for law professionals in every sector.

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Becoming a Paralegal and Legal Assistant

By Marianne Salina
August 3, 2006

With the legal system playing an integral role in the daily proceedings of our society, it's no wonder that there is such a strong demand for criminal justice and law professionals in every sector.

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Capturing a Culinary Career

By Aimee Pokwatka
August 1, 2006

Because food is a staple item, careers in the culinary industry are among the most stable jobs in the country.

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Careers in Information Technology

By Aimee Pokwatka
July 31, 2006

Careers in information technology (IT) and the computer industry are among the fastest growing jobs today.

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Choose Your Own Adventure: The Video Game Industry

By Amelia Gray
July 29, 2006

The world of video game design is a growing industry with many attractive career options.

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Getting a Well-Compensated Career in Business

By Aimee Pokwatka
July 27, 2006

Training for a business degree can open up a variety of career options, prepare you to run your own small business, or provide you with the skills to manage a non-profit organization.

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Degree Programs for the Fastest-Growing Healthcare Careers

By Gabby Hyman
July 25, 2006

Not only do healthcare jobs comprise the fastest-growing employment sector in the nation, but estimates predict that they will continue to boom beyond the end of the decade.

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Hot Jobs in the Automotive Industry

By Amelia Gray
July 23, 2006

Do your friends come to you for advice on oil changes and fluid leaks? Is your garage papered with the four-wheeled centerfolds from Car and Driver?

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The Benefits of Getting a High School Diploma

By Amelia Gray
July 21, 2006

Though high school might seem like kid's stuff to adults in the working world, a high school diploma can make a huge difference in your salary, as well as the stability of your job in the future.

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Overview of Different Skilled Trade Jobs

By Marianne Salina
July 19, 2006

The National Association for Business Economics polled 103 corporate planners and financial analysts to find that approximately one-third of their companies are experiencing difficulty hiring skilled workers.

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Why Get a Job in the Design Industry?

By Marianne Salina
July 17, 2006

The graphic and interior design industries are multi-faceted and rife with job opportunities to match your skill set and background.

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