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Going to School to Be an Audiologist -- Professor Q&A

I graduated with my Master’s degree, which was the required degree at the time. So I became licensed, and certified, and so forth. I worked... Read More

What's It Like Being an Accountant?

"You must be good with numbers." Phillip Cheung, a Maryland-based CPA, has heard the common refrain, but the work of accountants and... Read More

What's It Like Being a Pediatric Psychiatrist?

How Dr. Brooke Weindarden introduces her career to new friends can alter the course of a conversation. "I usually try to stick with '... Read More

How to Gauge -- and Leverage -- Your Financial Worth at Work

It can be an uncomfortable conversation for employees of all kinds, but it's a necessary one. Before asking for a certain salary or... Read More

Improve Your Job Application: The Little Things You Can Do to Get Hired

Advice and tips for job applications Read More

What's It Like Being a Dental Hygienist?

Anastasia Turchetta has spent 28 years as a registered dental hygienist in three states, so she has her fair share of stories. We asked the... Read More

Best Cities for Mental Health Counselors

Mental health Counselors is a job related to psychology, where growth in job opportunities are expected to grow. Here are some of the best... Read More

What's It Like Being a Ski Instructor?

The great part about becoming a ski instructor is that you'll always be a student. "Your skiing will improve tremendously once you start... Read More

Funny or Die's Head Writer on Getting Started in Comedy

Think you're a joker? Hear what it's like to pursue a career in making jokes. Read More