Criminal Justice is an exciting field with many career possibilities. Explore some of the many opportunities that this field has to offer in this infographic.
Graphic design has become a widely popular field. In this infographic, see the many paths that a degree in graphic design can take you on.
The job outlook for health care administration is projected to grow faster than the average for all U.S. occupations between 2010 and 2020. Learn more about the field of HCA, as well as related career paths in our infographic.
Discover the wide variety of opportunities in marketing, from social media to corporate branding to analysis of customer behavior.
This infographic takes a close look at the continuing importance of a college education to all Americans and the blossoming reputation of online degrees, especially among young adults.
Psychology is one of the most popular majors for undergraduates, according to federal data, but working as a psychologist requires a doctoral degree. So what can you do with a bachelor's degree in psychology? Learn more about the field in our infographic.
Recent research suggests companies are turning to social networks to find new applicants. Can you tweet your way to a job?
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.
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.
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.
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