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    Grad School is Not an Escape

    Grad School is Not an Escape
    From a Monday New York Times article on the job market for new grads: Liam O'Reilly, who just graduated from the University of Maryland with a bachelor's degree in history, said he had applied to 50 employers -- to be a paralegal, a researcher for a policy organization, an administrative assistant -- but he had gotten hardly any interviews. While continuing ...
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    How to Go to Business School for Free

    How to Go to Business School for Free
    Many business school applicants figure their essay writing is done when they learn they've gotten into one of the top business schools. Devin Griffin took the opposite tack when he received his Wharton acceptance letter, sitting down at his computer and writing yet another essay for the admissions committee. His thoughts on leadership would, he hoped, give him a shot at ...
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    Tax Breaks for Your Tuition

    Tax Breaks for Your Tuition
    Every year when tax season rolls around, you can qualify for tax credits or deductions on eligible tuition costs and student loans. Didn’t know that? Now you do. Here are the three programs that can save you thousands of dollars in taxes. Hope Scholarship Credit Taxpayers during 2009 and 2010 tax years can receive a $2,500 tax credit on qualifying expenses ...
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    Scholarships for Business and Computer Science

    Scholarships for Business and Computer Science
    BrainTrack, the widely referenced higher-education resource, today announced two new biannual scholarship programs: The BrainTrack Business Schools Scholarship and The BrainTrack Computer Science Degree Scholarship. Designed both to support current students and to help others evaluate business or computer science as a career path, these BrainTrack scholarships will provide a $1,000 first place and $500 runner up award for the best ...
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