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There is a system that is set in place by our society that promises a happy, fulfilling, wealthy lifestyle if you diligently follow a series of steps to get there. Get good grades in school, go to college, get a degree (or a few degrees), buy a car, buy a house, get a job that pays for everything and allows you to live comfortably. The problem is, the jobs that are attained don’t always end up being fulfilling enough to lead to happiness or lucrative enough to cover all of these expenses. Jobs become consuming careers that steal parents from their children, but without those careers, how would they support those children?
The aggravating cycle of never getting where society promised you would
For those who do have the house, car, and job they were always aiming fo (more…)
Online learning is a growing business. A 2013 report showed that more than 6 million people had taken at least one class online in the past year, and about one-third of all people enrolled in college take at least one of their classes online. There are some reasons why online courses are popular, and here […]
Religion and prayer are important to Americans, even if they don’t attend church regularly. For many people, reading the Bible is a way of coming closer to God, and to finding answers to the questions they face in their lives. To help them find inspiration, stores that stock discount Christian books provide the guidance they […]
Trade schools are on the rise in America, as more and more people decide that a four-year college is no longer for them and that getting a focused education path is more desirable. Factor in that the average trade school degree costs around $33,000, while traditional school can cost around $127,000, that means a lot […]