Science & Engineering
Conscientious parents still urge their children to become doctors, lawyers, and CEOs, but in the 21st century, students heading into college are just as likely to be advised to become scientists. In fact, in the last two decades, the number of STEM undergraduates has gone up quickly and decisively, as reported by Inside Higher Ed . . .
Nursing & Healthcare
If you want the security of knowing you can get a job anytime, anywhere, at practically a moment’s notice, there’s pretty much only one field that can deliver: Nursing and Healthcare. The Healthcare Industry is the third fastest-growing sector in the US, after technology and construction, and according to the Bureau of . . .
Criminal Justice & Legal
In the US, we've always looked at criminal justice and law as a reliable career option; while being a law enforcement officer may be dangerous, with that danger comes a steady paycheck, benefits, and retirement, along with the respect and admiration that comes with the role. | | | | In the 21st century, though, criminal justice and . . .
Art & Design
If you love to draw, paint, take photos, make things, and express ideas in a visual way, you may have considered going to school to become an artist. | | | | And chances are, if you’ve spoken those thoughts out loud, someone said, “But you can’t make a living as an artist!” It may have been . . .