A recent article posted by BestDegreePrograms.org provides some really good options for students that are unsure of exactly which career field to pursue after graduating college. The author provides many general, yet valuable degree program options including Business Administration, Health Science and Computer Science. All degrees mentioned could be used in a number of settings and seen as a good asset to many employers. The article also gives suggestions on the type of person that may be interested in each degree program! It's like having a career or academic adviser in a blog post. I really wish I had read this article while I was in school, not that feel I made a bad career choice, though this would have shown more options than what I knew of at the time.
Check out the link below, you won't be disappointed.
Then why not get paid to spend 15-20 minutes out of your day to do the same things you would do anyway?
I recently received my check for $30 bucks and have earned another $16 dollars in just a few days by completing 1-2 surveys every other day and using the Inbox Dollars tool for searching online. Now you do have to earn at least $30 dollars before requesting your check for payout - which is understandable because anything less is probably not worth the processing fees. I typically search for things online and I also do things like paid surveys, downloading apps to my phone and watching short videos. All of those activities pay a few cents and add up up to cash pretty quickly. There are also opportunities for bonus cash and earning through sweepstakes.
Now, Inbox Dollars will not make you rich (or I would be on a beach somewhere sipping margaritas!), but you can get some nice payouts by doing very simple tasks online without spending much time. I was a little apprehensive about it at first, but I stuck with it and recently cashed in my check - now I'm hooked. I spend very little time with the site and even forgot about it for some time.