Thursday , 17 August 2017


Americans Take Note! A College Education Is HALF the Cost in These English-speaking Countries

Americans take note! A college education in other English speaking countries can bedollar-cash-money-hundred had for half the average cost of one in the U.S.. Here’s where and how much you would pay. Take a look.

As editor of www.FinancialArticleSummariesToday.com and www.munKNEE.com and the FREE Market Intelligence Report newsletter (sample hereregister here)   Top 10 Online Colleges (top10onlinecolleges.org/asked that I post the following infographic* (originally entitled College Tuition Around the World which I am pleased to do.

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*http://www.top10onlinecolleges.org/college-tuition/ (Copyright © 2013 Top 10 Online Colleges)

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1. Which U.S. Universities & Fields of Study Generate the Highest ROI?

Recent research by PayScale has revealed that the average ROI for U.S. university graduates (693 schools surveyed) is $387,501 over a 30-year period. 6 of the universities generated a return on investment for its graduates in excess of $1.6 million.  Read More »

2. These Degrees Are the Ticket to the 10 Top Paying Careers

Staying in school has always been seen as the way to get ahead. Post-secondary education, especially a university degree, is often the ticket to the big pay cheque but not all degrees are created equally when it comes to earning potential. Which programs lead to the best paying jobs? Check out our list of the top earning degrees. Words: 775 Read More »

3. The Surprising Side Effects of Rising College Costs

The rising cost of college tuition translates into many students re-evaluating higher education, their future professional careers as well as other major life decisions. Find out more in our very enlightening infographic on The Surprising Side Effects of Rising College Costs. Read More »

4. The Millennial Cohort: A Look at Their Present Predicament, Their Future Economic Prospects

Though considered the most educated generation in history, the Millennial generation – young adults between the age of 18 and 29 who make up 25% of America’s population – is also living through one of the worst economic crises. From a weak job market to the global economic downturn, are the Millennials cut out for this market? [A look at the infographic below tells the story.] Words: 345

5. Comparing Housing Bubble to Rising Cost of Higher Education Suggests Another Bubble Waiting to Burst – Here’s Why

Getting into a good university is not an easy feat and securing a job upon graduation in the current economic climate is not easy either…The biggest challenge for most university graduates, however, is paying off their education loan [which is] hardly surprising [given that] the sum of student debt is higher than credit card debt across the United States. It may sound preposterous that some have called higher education the next big bubble so read the following infographic, which compares the higher education bubble to the housing bubble, and decide for yourself. Words: 410

6. American Grads: Here’s a Great Guide to Personal Finance

Graduating from college can be an exciting and stressful time. Suddenly you need to find a job, replay loans and make solid financial decisions. Fortunately, you don’t need to be unprepared. Below are some budgeting basics to keep your spending under control, some suggestions on how to set financial goals and a list of the top 10 American cities for starting out.

7. Unemployed? Under-employed? Bored? Check Out These 10 High-growth Jobs

Though unemployment has been wide-reaching across industries…[some] jobs, against all odds, are on the rise – a steep rise…So if you’re sick of your job and craving a new profession, now might be the time to head back to school and get that secondary degree in one of these 10 specializations.