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4 Health Care Careers that Promote Low Stress Living

June 15, 2017 | 2:51pm
While a completely stress-free life is impossible (and not very healthy — our bodies need some stress!), there are many health care careers that focus on reducing patients' stress levels to help them live healthier lives. Prospective health care professionals who enjoy living a low stress lifestyle themselves and are Read More

Paying Outside of the Box: Unique Sources of Funding for Your Health Care Education

November 28, 2016 | 8:36pm
You may be generally aware of loans, grants and scholarships, but did you know that there are other unique sources of funding that could potentially pay for your health care education as well? In this post, we’ll explore two of these “outside of the box” funding sources: corporate and association Read More

How Much Your Health Care Education Will Actually Cost You

October 20, 2016 | 8:18pm
Let’s say the sticker price for your dream college is $35,000 per year—this includes tuition, fees, room and board charges, and an allowance for books, supplies, transportation and personal expenses. Now let’s say that you can’t afford to pay $35,000 to attend this school, but you really like the school Read More

Graduate College in Four Years or Less

September 26, 2016 | 8:53am
The longer you take to obtain your degree, the more expensive that degree becomes. Here are three tips that can increase the chances you graduate college in four years or less. Tip #1: Plan Ahead If you are in high school, your guidance counselor can administer a career interest inventory Read More