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I'm wondering if there are any jobs that could become hugely relevant that we don't fully know about yet, like how tech work became popular.
I'm wondering if there are any jobs that you don't need a college degree for that still provide a high salary.
I want to attend a four-year college, but I'm also worried about debt and student loans. I'd like to take action that would prevent me from having to spend the rest of my life paying off debt ( like the 2 years at York tech free then going to an actual college). But if it will be worth it for...
I want to go into business law, but I don't know what degree to major in before law school.
I got heart surgery about 2 years ago and since then I have stuck to the idea of being in the health field. I KNOW I want to be a Cardiologist. However, I don't know if I want to be a surgeon or physician. I had asked my cardiologist what classes they thought I should take and they said AP Math...
In the future I am planning on having a career in the category of engineering and/or computers. What high school classes should I take so that I am able to pursue a the career that I want?
what are the importance of learning Java programming in this century?
what is the real world example of constructors in programming languages and how can it be explained literally to a newbie?
How can I assure myself that I have the ability to get into college and if I do how will I afford it? Even with financial aid, is there any other way to help pay for college if I apply to go to a more famous college with a lower acceptance, why is the cost of tuition higher than others?
I want to get started on my apps soon and finish them up soon, but I am still stuck.