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Top Paying College Degree Majors

Are you a Bachelor degree student wanting to be recruited for a great paying job after graduation? According to a report from the National Association of Colleges and Employers, students with a bachelors degree in one of seven disciplines of Technology and Engineering can expect to be in high demand, and will earn the highest salaries upon graduation. The college degree pay ranking shows the 2013 top eight highest paying degrees are...Continued

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  • "For everything you have missed, you have gained something else, and for everything you gain, you lose something else."

    Ralph Waldo Emerson

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  • vituperative

    vituperative (vi-TOO-per-uh-tiv) adj. origin: from Latin, "vituperare", meaning 'to make fault' 1. Using or marked by harshly abusive censure. "Hillary Clinton in particular has been singled out as a target for vituperative GOP and right-wing attacks. She has been referred to as Lady Macbeth of Little Rock, the Winnie Mandela of American Politics, the Smiling Barracuda and That Dowdy Feminazi." --Larry Jordan, "Midwest Today", June 1994 "Da More