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Today, registered members can actually belong to a group with the same career interests. The group shares mentors who have joined as well. You can participate in or just shadow group discussions about your career interests.
You will find a ton of other interesting features, like your own bookstore, where you can view and read career related books. In addition you can view videos about your career choice. Click below for a quick Student Guide Video. For a written guide, click here.
Six-figure salaries are usually designated for the highest positions in particular fields and reward the amount of education and career experience it takes to earn them. From science to health care to finance, nearly every field offers opportunities to earn six figures.
Browse these 14 jobs that pay six figures, and determine if your career path may lead to one of these attractive paychecks.
The calculation used here takes into account a school's academic quality, as indicated by its 2012 U.S. News Best Colleges ranking, and the 2010-2011 net cost of attendance for a student who receives the average level of need-based financial aid. The higher the quality of the program and the lower the cost, the better the deal. Only schools ranked in or near the top half of their categories are included, because U.S. News considers the most significant values to be among colleges that are above average academically.
Our food, water and energy is derived from the planet we walk on. And thanks to technology, we’re learning how to derive this energy more sustainably and efficiently. And one of the most unexpected results of the digital revolution is the redefined and empowered role of the geologist as sustainability guru.
By Debra Auerbach, CareerBuilder Writer
Since every worker has his own idea of what his target income would be, we like to highlight jobs at different pay levels and across different industries. Here we're looking at jobs that pay a median of $45,000 a year, which is approximately $20,000 more than the 2010 median annual pay for U.S. workers of $26,364. Median means half of workers made more and half made less.