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Forbes recently published an article on the "10 Most Promising Jobs of 2015," and we found their list pretty interesting.
The connection between a well-paying job and a college degree has never been stronger, and the country is looking for ways to make a college education accessible and affordable for more Americans.
For the third year in a row, WGU committed to donate $10 to the American Red Cross for every eligible new prospective student referred to WGU during the month of December by a current student or alum.
See one mom’s two-year journey to get her teaching degree fast, and see how you can utilize online college courses to do the same.
For over 30 years, Lea Ann Kaufman has worked in the healthcare industry, primarily as a nurse. For the last 14 years, she has held a position as an Emergency Room Nurse at the Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) ambulatory care facility in Louisville, Kentucky.
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