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4 Important Questions to Ask Yourself Before Going to Grad School

May 18, 2017 | Student Loan Hero
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If you’re considering grad school, ask yourself these four important questions before making a decision.

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10 of the Highest Paying College Majors

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When it comes to selecting a major, many college students want to pick the ones that are more likely to lead to lucrative careers. Here are 10 of the highest paying college majors.

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The 5 Highest Paying Graduate School Degrees

March 6, 2017 | College Ave Student Loans
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Getting an advanced degree can mean a higher salary depending on the program you choose. Find out which graduate school degrees lead to the highest pay.

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6 Financial Considerations of Getting a Graduate Degree

February 6, 2017 | College Ave Student Loans
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The decision to go to grad school is often heavily influenced by finances. Here are some of the top financial considerations of getting a graduate degree.

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3 Essentials for Finding the Right College Fit

April 12, 2016 | College Raptor
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When it comes to choosing the right college, there are a lot of factors to consider, such as academics, culture, and cost. Try using this three-part process to find the schools that are best for you.

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Is Grad School Worth the Investment?

February 19, 2016 | CollegeWeekLive
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With tuition costs on the rise, it’s important to assess what kind of a return you’ll get on your investment in grad school. So, how do you determine if it’s worth the money? Hint: there’s no one answer.

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Should I Borrow to Pay for College?

January 27, 2016 | Jim Keller
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Prospective college students should look at the return on education when considering borrowing for college. Here are some general guidelines to help you decide if you should borrow.

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