Choosing the Right Degree

As the school year starts, many new seniors are beginning to invest their time discovering what they’d like to pursue in college. This can be a difficult, confusing road for many students.

www.gradschoolhub.com has created an infographic entitled “Choosing the Right Degree”, outlining different fields of study, along with factors like money, faculty, and quality of life, to help people find a degree (And a field) that can keep them on the road to success.

Choosing the Right Degree

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