April 09, 2019
Which degrees have the best career prospects for new professionals or career changers? Check out our 2019 ranking of the top 25 online bachelor's degrees before you invest time, effort and money toward an online degree. Our analysis considered factors, including salary and job growth, to determine which degrees offer the most promising outcomes for students.
July 21, 2016
Robots and intelligent computers are expected to take over millions of jobs in the next five years. What job skills should you get today to stay relevant in the future?
June 01, 2016
Looking for a degree that offers great employment potential? Check out the top 20 health care degrees of 2016.
May 27, 2016
We ranked the top 20 business degrees of 2016 based on their potential return on investment. See which majors made the list.
March 06, 2018
Having trouble choosing a major? Here are seven degrees that offer a variety of career paths for undeclared students.
In education, like in other areas of life, there’s a clear gender gap – but it may not be what you think. Young women actually outdo young men when it comes to earning degrees, and women also value education more highly. But there’s a flip side. Find out more about how men and women are separated by degrees.
It pays to pick the right major. According to a new salary survey, graduates in some majors stand to make significantly more than their classmates. Learn which degrees could lead to big paydays.
Renewable energy isn't just a trendy catch-phrase. It is a billion dollar industry that continues to grow annually. One of the quickest ways to enter this hot field is as a solar energy electrician or installer.
Recently, we took a closer look at Google search trends and came up with some fascinating information about student priorities. What is searched more: dean's list, or beer pong? Find out in this infographic.
Some big names are getting into the business of offering online degree programs. Now that heavy-hitters such as UCLA and USC are expanding their virtual learning options, will the face of online degrees change?
The amount of available data companies can use to cut costs and improve efficiency has grown exponentially in the past decade, creating growing demand for the hot job of data mining scientist. Find out more about training to enter this challenging, but exciting field.
The caps and gowns are put away and Pomp and Circumstance will hardly be heard for the next 12 months -- but what comes next for the class of 2011? First up for most: get a job. Here's a look at how they can expect their lives to change once they do.
Conventional wisdom says a college degree should lead to more money and a better life. Now, a recent report from the Pew Research Center confirms those beliefs. Degree holders earn more and report greater job satisfaction than workers with only a high school diploma.
High-profile hacks and other cybercrimes are among 2011's big stories. Learn more about the penetration testers who defend against these crimes, and find out what it takes to join the front lines in the battle to secure computer networks.
For aspiring interior designers, a career in corporate design can be as close as a click away.