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You know you want a degree, but what kind and in what subject? Use our Education Finder to search the type of degree you want, the field of study and the precise subject in which you’re looking to specialize. Let us help you take the first step towards getting your degree.

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Are you paying for your own education or thinking about saving money for someone else’s? Find out how much you’ll need to bank every year with Salary.com’s College Tuition Planner. Just plug in your desired school, your age and a few other determining factors and our planner will project your total tuition payments over time. You can even factor in your current savings, expected rate of return, amount of anticipated financial aid, loans and grants.

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Education Advice

  • Should I ask for a lower starting salary?

    I am putting in my resume for a manager's position that has just opened up in the store where I am a sales associate. I have been in retail for about five years and with this company for about six months. I have a degree in textiles, … Read more...

  • Dream Job: Search and Rescue Captain

    Rescue teams generally start with a profile of the person or people they're looking for, and follow established patterns of behavior to find them. Critical points are, What were they wearing? Are they familiar with the area? Do they have … Read more...

  • Dream Job: Scuba Diver

    The options for being a full-time diver are limited for those who don't work as an upper-level instructor, on a cruise boat, or in the Caribbean. In those scenarios, the job isn't seasonal, and the money is decent. Frei works part-time as … Read more...

  • Dream Job: Roller Coaster Designer

    Roller coasters are usually custom made. A park orders a new ride for the coming year, describing the desired features and the budget. Seko and the design director then develop a proposal for the park covering cost, design features, and … Read more...

  • Dream Job: Rodeo Clown

    Rodeo clowns - who prefer to be called bullfighters - apprentice at local, small rodeos and at youth rodeo events. They may attend clown training schools, which hold training camps across the southwest and in Colorado, Montana, and Kansas - … Read more...

  • Dream Job: Rocket Scientist

    Becoming a rocket scientist is the ultimate thrill for the mathematically and scientifically inclined, but getting there requires enormous focus and intellectual application. While rocket science used to be the preserve of white males, … Read more...

  • Dream Job: Fitness Instructor

    Midcareer fitness professionals earn between $60,000 and $70,000, while top trainers can earn over $200,000. Add film and TV work or a fitness video, and the numbers go much higher. Read more...

  • Dream Job: Historical Reenactor

    Costumed interpreters from the Pilgrim Village reenact day-to-day activities of real citizens of the 1627 village, which included Myles Standish and other Mayflower passengers. Improvising as she interacts with visitors, Moore stays in … Read more...