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Get info about Florida State American sign language, registering in a technical degree program to develop job skills, and taking free practice tests online. Which college degrees will give you the best chances of finding employment after graduation, offering practical training that will be valuable in the workplace? Majoring in American sign language can give you an advantage in job recruiting after graduation. Check with the language department for major requirements. The most popular college major is business administration, split evenly between men and women. On the other hand, men make up the vast majority of computer science and engineering majors. For women, the fields of education, English and liberal arts dominate the list.

You don't have to be currently enrolled in a degree program in order to sign up for online courses. Distance education enables students who otherwise wouldn't be able to make the commute to campus to access accredited courses. If you so choose, online education gives you the opportunity to take difficult courses that won't show up on your transcript. Alternatively, you may be able to complete online credits for a grade. Advanced Placement exams (AP Exams) are offered in a variety of subjects, offering college credit for classes that you have taken. Test yourself with free practice exams, before visiting the College Board website to register to take your actual AP Tests. If you earn a score of 3 or higher on an AP Exam, you may be granted advanced placement in college.

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The best college for a student is not necessarily the highest ranking school in the Forbes or US News listings, but the college that offers a student rewarding career chances. If you remain true to your career interests, not just going after salary, your overall job earnings will increase as you gain experience. However, if your focus is more on salary alone, there's a higher risk that you'll suffer early signs of burnout, and be forced to change careers later on.

Technical training programs are a low-cost alternative to attending a regular four-year college, and still you may earn good money as a highly-skilled, technical specialist. By taking some of your required degree courses online, you may be able to graduate earlier, thus saving money on tuition. If you're currently employed, you can take online courses in your spare time to advance your career. Massive Open Online Courses are known as MOOCs, utilizing cloud-based software, interactive platforms such as Blackboard, and mobile apps.

An online degree may be just as marketable as a college degree that was earned on campus. Udemy online learning is a new startup with backing from the founders of Groupon. Similarly, Khan Academy now offers over 4,000 micro-lectures served through YouTube. Coursera, a competing software platform, has millions of enrolled students from around the world. Recently, MIT announced that it's open courseware platform will be available to students and instructors at no cost.

Online Tests - Free Practice!

This section offers practice tests in a variety of academic subject areas. Each of the following multiple-choice tests has 10 questions to work on. No sign-up required, just straight to the test.
 




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Although most jobs which pay six-figure salaries require a college degree, technical fields offer high salaries based more on ability than which school you graduated from. Students will impress future bosses more with an impressive portfolio than with an advanced degree, so practice your skills as a consultant for local companies. Candidates with prior industry experience are preferred by interviewers, so you resume must show a clear pattern of success over time, based on numeric results and personal achievements.
Professional Careers
Click below for job openings:
Starting Salary
(up to)
10 Year Salary
(up to)
Accountants$60,670$84,050
Advertising & Sales$51,350$71,280
Casino Dealers$45,750$79,170
Computer Programmers$75,500$104,050
EMT, Paramedics$36,390$65,280
Graphic Designers$49,400$77,820
Photographers$31,830$66,510
Financial Analysts$71,240$118,000
Flight Attendants$56,150$95,300
Private Investigators$38,290$64,380
Psychologists$50,360$87,840
Registered Nurses (RN)$49,730$83,440
Stock Brokers$60,190$80,280
Teachers$45,750$58,900

            Source: Indeed.com
Apply to several tiers of selective universities simultaneously, and if you have the grades and test scores, give yourself a better chance to get into a top-rated program by creating something spectacular in high school or community college. It doesn't have to be a breakthrough in science, just do something big in order to get in the local news. It isn't as hard as you might think. An advanced degree will stick to you for a long time, so apply yourself and work hard for a few years, graduating from the best school you can. The difference between a first-tier and a third-tier college will have an impact on both job promotions and your networking ability.



Florida State
222 S. Copeland Street
Tallahassee, FL 32306

Phone: (850) 644-2525
Fax: (850) 644-0197
Florida State
222 S. Copeland Street
Tallahassee, FL 32306

Phone: (850) 644-2525
Fax: (850) 644-0197
Fill out the form to request course info.
 
Skilled Careers
Current openings:
Starting Salary
(up to)
Accountants$60,670
Advertising$51,350
Architects$69,760
Computer Programmers$75,500
EMT, Paramedics$36,390
Financial Analysts$71,240
Graphic Designers$49,400
Economists$63,500
Film & Video Editors$58,100
Journalists$44,520
Photographers$31,830
Psychologists$50,360
Public Relations$40,670
Registered Nurses (RN)$49,730
Stock Brokers$60,190
Teachers$45,750
Website Designers$42,640
            Source: Indeed.com
 
Florida State has a reputation for academics, allowing you to pursue the degree program that's right for you. Additionally, career placement services can help you to structure your job search after graduation. If you'd like to request course information, please use the inquiry form at the top of this page.
 
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