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Why Health Information Management is a Good Career Choice

If you’re going to take the time to study for a degree at college, it’s likely that you want some kind of job guarantee upon graduating.  Unfortunately, many industries just can’t offer graduates the jobs that they used to be able to, and many end up working in minimum wage trades until they can find […]

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Practical Ways to Save Money as a Student

  Saving money as a student should be at the top of your list of things to do this year if you’re at university or studying a course from home. There isn’t much help for students who fall into a monetary crisis after they’ve finished their course. Usually, the only way out of trouble is […]

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The Broke Canadian College Student Survival Guide: Five Penny-Pinching Tips

Whether you’re currently working on your degree or are thinking about going back to school, there’s no denying that money’s tight when you’re a student. Even though some Canadian colleges offer affordable tuition, the fact remains that students today need to keep their budgets as trim as possible. Between the difficulties of finding steady work […]

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How to Be a Frugal Spender While Getting Your MBA

  College may be expensive, but it’s also an investment in your future.  Education opens up doors that might well remain closed without a degree. The paradox of obtaining a higher degree without starving to death is simply to learn to live frugally. Many rich people live very frugal lives, and that is one of […]

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Saving vs Borrowing for a Major Purchase

Neither a borrower nor a lender be goes the ancient proverb. In an ideal world most of us probably would rather not borrow, but the reality is that some purchases just seem to require it, particularly the larger ones. If you were brought up on such ideas as ‘you shouldn’t buy what you can’t afford,’ […]

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