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Is it worth continuing school after a high school education?

Many people say they can start working right out of high school. I want to know if its worth continuing your education and taking it one step further. Many also say that you go into more debt than what you'll end up making with the further education. is that true? #college-advice #continuing-education

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What is the best way to stay up to date on advances in veterinary sciences?

As a current pre-vet college student, I understand that keeping current is vital in order to be a successful veterinarian. As veterinary medicine is ever changing, what is the most efficient and meaningful way to learn, adapt, and utilize new advancements in everyday practice? #pre-veterinary-medicine #veterinary #science #continuing-education #veterinary-medicine #veterinary-medicine

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Continuing Education credits as an undergraduate?

I am currently a sophomore psychology major. I also am a student affiliate of the American Psychological Association. Each year, my membership comes with 5 free CE credits. They center around some interesting articles, so I'm certainly not going to let them go to waste. I do wonder, however, what exactly it means to do these as an undergraduate. I realize they're usually for professionals who have to meet CE requirements to maintain their license. Even so, could I put them on a resume if they are relevant? What do CE credits mean for someone who is still in school? Is there any purpose? Thanks in advance! #psychology #continuing-education #apa #psych #courses #undergraduate #college

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