Posted on January 10, 2018
Need a job? Need help paying for college? Check out how Lyft is offering both #4wbfm
Posted on January 5, 2018
67% of Adult learners’ report being very satisfied with their higher education experience compared to only 53 percent of traditional students. Is the system of higher education changing or are our lifestyles?
Posted on December 18, 2017
Colleges are getting students by dangling money in front of them that their top chose schools are not willing to offer #4wbfm
Posted on December 15, 2017
So a cure for our higher education woes is to pander by creating pop culture programs? How does that help with outcomes, career preparation and attaining personal educational and professional objectives? #4wbfm
Posted on December 12, 2017
With the advancement of technology putting retail workers out of jobs, a higher education degree may be a safety net #4wbfm
Posted on December 5, 2017
#LifeHappens but online education makes it easier keep going. Consider an online degree, because your education shouldn’t suffer.
Posted on November 30, 2017
A reminder from www.WhatsBestforMe.com: research the background and credentials of your school of choice BEFORE signing anything. There is nothing wrong with for-profit schools as long as they provide you education, credentials and value.
If www.WhatsBestforMe.com ever puts you in contact with a school that fails to deliver on those three points, please tell us and we’ll remove them from our system. Our credibility is tied to the schools to which we refer you.
Posted on November 16, 2017
It’s never too late to change your career path. If you’re not happy with your current career don’t just hold out until retirement. Take action now and follow the steps toward a happier, healthier career.
Posted on November 10, 2017
You’re never too old to learn something new.
Whether you want to pursue a new degree, a degree for the first time, or just do something to keep your brain active, online education is the accessible way to do so.
Posted on November 8, 2017
As we have noticed with the demand of ‘experience’ that employers want from new employees, the particular skills you have proficiency with might be more valuable than the college degree itself.