Quick and Quintessential Career & Job Tips
Job-hunting tips from the November 6, 2000 issue of QuintZine.
More high schoolers are taking Advanced Placement courses, and those who take such courses are more likely to complete a bachelor’s degree than students who don’t complete such work, according to a report recently released by U.S. Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley. The report, Getting Ready Pays Off: A Report for National College Week, also indicates that individuals who hold a bachelor’s degree or greater can expect to earn, on average, $15,000 more per year than high school graduates do. You can read the full press release about this report at the following Web address, which also provides a link for downloading the actual report in .pdf or MS Word format.
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