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The veterans page: Honoring heroic dog. Honorably discharged veterans shop tax-free. Forever GI Bill. Father takes care of 4 children. Integrate Marine Training? Robotic legs. Costs of war. Saluting a fallen soldier. 300K Lotto winner. Vets and painkillers. Vet resources. Grandmother of veteran's family deported. Housing the homeless. Veteran finds healing through adopting a cat. Wounded Marines help others. Video: Soldier and dog greet each other after 6 months apart. Happy Veterans Day! Helping make a Marine's dream come true.

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Friday, June 1, 2012

Valuable College Majors -- Forbes

Which college major will get you a high-paying job? Forbes magazine has the top 15. This article references UCSD's biomedical engineering degree and SDSU's geology major. Most Valuable College Majors Listed by Forbes appeared in the "U-T San Diego" on May 30, 2012. The original Forbes article was published online on May 15, 2012.

Here's a list of the 20 most popular college majors and salaries of the top three positions in those fields. Best-Paying Jobs By Major appeared in "Yahoo" news on June 6, 2012. This article cites U.S. Dept of Education data. 

Also, here's a link to a "U.S. News & World Reports" article on their 2012 top 25 jobs/careers based on projected growth, employment rate, average salary, and job satisfaction. City College offers programs in Registered Nursing, Social Work, Computers (Systems Analyst and Programming classes), Biotech (Clinical Lab Tech), Accounting and Business, Computer Business Technology (Receptionist), and Web Design. We can also help students transfer to 4-year colleges offering degrees in many of the other careers listed.

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