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Associate's Degrees

Don't forget about your local community college.

Community colleges offer reasonably priced classes in a relaxed atmosphere. You can take just a few courses, take a full two years of classes and earn your associate's degree, or just complete a lot of general education classes that you can then transfer to a four-year university.

Community colleges also offer the opportunity of taking the specific class or two you need to complete your high school diploma, if you had to leave high school without graduation.

And if there is no community college close by, you have some online options too. Check out your options when it comes to earning an associate's degree.

if you are thinking about a position such as bookkeeping, you should be able to get all the training you need in just one or two years by attending a community college or vocational school. These bookkeeping jobs don't require an undergraduate degree. A bulk of the daily work revolves around the entering of data into spreadsheets.

You can also consider a career in cooking. Working in a great restaurant as a professional chef might be your idea of a good job. While many of the best culinary arts schools are in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, Miami also has one or two good ones too. Explore this career.

One of the fastest growing segments in business schools these days is information systems management. This degree blends all of the typical business coursework together with classes in information technology. Students learn how businesses and organizations can best put their IT resources to good use.

Another growing field is graphic arts. Graphic design professionals are used by businesses and other organizations to develop packaging, logos, advertising, and marketing materials. Graphic arts majors learn a knowledge of mass media, design theory and the most used software. Click here to go further.

But if you don't have your GED or high school diploma yet, that should be your first step. Either finish your missing classes (you can do that at a community college or vocational school), or work on passing the GED exam. Either way will prepare you to move on with your education. Get started

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