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geetarpicker04 Said,
May 2nd, 2011 @2:51 am  

just buy your degree online, google it

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nuwanusa Said,
May 2nd, 2011 @3:49 am  

Once u do a cerificate program u can easily get a better job.

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Travis James Said,
May 2nd, 2011 @4:34 am  

Dish Washing

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Angeliz F Said,
May 2nd, 2011 @5:10 am  

Depending where you are…There are colleges that have courses less than a year!! Nursing Assistant, Dental Assistant, Pharmacy Tech (not pharmacist), etc….Basically being an assistant to something!!

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karkondrite Said,
May 2nd, 2011 @5:43 am  

what do you prefer?
Taking a few extra years for something that will eventually pay off, or…
Doing some obscure online degree program and landing a dead-end job?

It’s your choice

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PetLover Said,
May 2nd, 2011 @6:15 am  

Try a phlebotomy program at your local college. Usualy this is a one semester program that will get you a well paid job at the end. phlebotomy is drawing blood.

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Telis Said,
May 2nd, 2011 @7:05 am  

You can buy a degree for credit for prior learning,theses are called DIPLOMA MILLS (the places that sell them) but the degree will not be recognized by the board of education. Some employers might accept it and others not. Here is the link…….

http://dir.yahoo.com/Education/Distance_Learning/Colleges_and_Universities/Credit_for_Prior_Experience/

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fathead Said,
May 2nd, 2011 @7:49 am  

Instant gratification? You don’t get it.

A degree is awarded for demonstrating a particular level of effort in learning. Learning requires study. Study requires time.

However you, and many others, seem to see this as merely a piece of paper that is unearned. You are going to have to face the fact that those people who tried their best, worked hard to get through school and EARNED their degree also EARNED the better jobs they find as a result.

You want to catch up? You have to put the time in. Working at McD’s and going to school isn’t fun or easy, but any shortcuts you try to use to get the “paper” will not lead to prosperity. This paper does not give you the skills and talent required to complete the tasks demanded of educated workers. It is the period of learning that led to a legitimate degree that led to these skills.

Pick a local university and start putting your time in. One class at a time. Make sure you get an A in every class. Once you make it through two years of the curriculum you’ll find you can obtain scholarships and speed up the process taking more classes and working less.

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