Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM): these four subjects may strike fear in students across the nation. However, these degrees are becoming more valuable each day. In fact, there are over 3 million jobs available in the STEM marketplace, and many of these positions are being outsourced due to a lack of qualified applicants in the United States.
The groundbreaking technology that is Geographic Information Science has become incredibly important to ways of life around the world. Many students actively pursue careers in this ever-growing field, as obtaining a degree in Geographic Information Science offers a multitude of opportunity.
As the school year starts, many new seniors are beginning to invest their time discovering what they’d like to pursue in college. This can be a difficult, confusing road for many students. Grad School Hub has created an infographic entitled “Choosing the Right Degree”, outlining different fields of study, along with factors like money, faculty, and quality of life, to help people find a degree (And a field) that can keep them on the road to success.
With more and more people looking to go into higher education, it’s no surprise that many are looking at studying their degree online as a viable option. But how to employers view online degrees? Are they considered in the same way as traditional degrees? In this infographic, Drexel University Online visualizes their research on the subject.
With time, degrees have become less traditional. Because of science and technology, many new areas of expertise are opening up. Check out the infographic below to learn about the best degrees of the 21st century.
Starting with a university can put you on the wrong path. Many schools don’t do a very good job of giving you the tools you need to make good decisions about whether to pursue a degree, what degree to pursue and how to achieve it affordably. So it’s up to you to create the best path for you. Check out this infographic to learn about how to create the best future path for yourself.
It’s no secret that the nursing profession is one of the most demanding fields in healthcare today. This infographic explores a few career paths available to nursing professionals as a result of continued education. Additionally, the piece highlights job outlook, economical benefits, personal satisfaction and other key facts and figures related to these specializations.
For years now, the message in America has been, “Get a good education and you’ll do well in life.” But is that really true? Higher education can be very costly, and just because you have a degree doesn’t guarantee a good paying job. In fact, there are many individuals who hold a master’s degree yet make significantly less than $40,000 a year. This infographic from bestmastersprograms.org explores the top five master’s degrees that don’t pay.
Formal degree or self taught – which is better? A carefully designed course, filled with modules covering the industry’s most commonly requested skills; or hard work and self application, learning techniques as and when required? Check out the infographic below by WebdesignerDepot.com to find out which is preferable.
What are the top business majors for 2013? In the infographic below, published by Potomac College, you will find the 7 most popular areas of business study with details on classes, estimated salary range and the types of positions you might find with that degree. These are just a few of the areas you can focus on with your business degree to make yourself more valuable in the job market.
One of the biggest problems with adults and their careers is many of them are not satisfied. Maybe they don’t feel they aren’t getting paid enough, or they aren’t enjoying the work they do, but whatever the case, dissastification in their job can result in various problems. This infographic from graduatedegreeprogram.net highlights some of the reasons people are dissatisfied with their jobs as well as some possible solutions.
We all know that a college degree can improve your income greatly, but do you know what degrees are coveted right now? Maybe the degree you’re pursuing won’t leave employers pursuing you. Or maybe you’ve chosen a path that has employers chasing you for an interview. Which is it?