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You know you want a degree, but what kind and in what subject? Use our Education Finder to search the type of degree you want, the field of study and the precise subject in which you’re looking to specialize. Let us help you take the first step towards getting your degree.

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  • Dream Job: Brain Surgeon

    Becoming a good neurosurgeon isn't about being the smartest guy in the room, which is well nigh impossible anyway when all your peers are mental giants. "It's not just about scholarship. People don't realize the strenuous physical demands … Read more...

  • Dream Job: Avon "Lady"

    Customers can buy over the Internet as from any online retailer, or link their relationship to a sales representative via a special site. A rep such as Kolber-Stuart provides access to a broader range of products, advice, direct delivery, … Read more...

  • Dream Job: Art Dealer

    As long as he can remember, David wanted to work with paintings and drawings. He earned a Ph.D. in art history, but notes that degrees count for little. "The keys to art dealing are quality, rarity, and value. You can only recognize those … Read more...

  • Dream Job: Architect

    Good architects have an eye for envisioning how a new structure will blend with the existing environment-in effect, for seeing what isn't there. When he begins a new project, Alan usually visits the building site to understand the setting … Read more...

  • Dream Job: Firefighter

    On a 100-degree summer day with 80 percent humidity, painters set to work removing old layers of paint from a big old house on the water in Darien, Conn., as part of a renovation. The job was made more difficult because of several layers of … Read more...

  • Dream Job: Massage Therapist

    So why is a 4,000 year-old healing method finally getting popular? Perhaps because massage therapy is finally getting respected. Read more...

  • Can I be an HR manager without a degree?

    I'm an HR generalist. I've been with the same firm for five years, hired as an executive assistant to the president making $32k, one year later became administrative manager, then at the end of last year was promoted to HR manager, making … Read more...

  • How Can I Improve My Writing Skills?

    With all the typing I do, my handwriting has gotten terrible. Yet at the same time, I fumble with basic business correspondence on the computer. What can I do? Read more...

  • Industry Commitment to Training

    n a study by the American Society for Training and Development, more than 750 U.S organizations provided data about their expenditures on training programs as a percentage of payroll and on a per-employee basis. Here's how they compare by … Read more...

  • Distance Learning

    Although the electronic age has made it much easier to learn at a distance, the roots of today's distance learning courses are more than 100 years old. Some date distance learning back to 1889, when it was used as a way to provide learning … Read more...