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This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ashworth College. All opinions are 100% mine.

Before coming here in the US, I was well equipped in terms of education and experience. Well, so I thought. Surprise… surprise… my education and experience are not enough so I needed to take another course of study to be able to join the work force.

I had a hard time looking and finding for jobs because the degree that I have doesn’t fit most of the job offers that are in demand in the job market. It was indeed tough. I waited and waited for the job offer that fits my educational background and experience but to no avail. So the only solution left is to go to school again. But being new in the country and without any means of transportation, I was devastated. Good thing I learned about online study so I took an Online degree, and was able to do take a new course in the convenience of my home.

So, if you are also thinking of an Online degree, and still having some doubts about it… consider these following information:

-Flexible and self-paced so you can study whenever and wherever you like -- ideal for stay at home moms and working adults
-Research shows Ashworth tuition is 50% less than the average accredited online school
-Tuition includes all books and course materials
-Offers zero-interest financing plus a low monthly payment plan. Monthly payments can run as low as a couple of large pizzas
-Unlike other programs, you are guaranteed to graduate without student loan debt
-Transfer up to 75% of credits earned at other schools
-Choose from more than 100+ nationally accredited career diplomas, Associate Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree and Certificate programs for today's hottest and most popular careers, including: Medical Billing, Web Design, Bridal Consulting, Interior Decorating, Human Resources, Marketing, Early Childhood Education and more.

Well, what are you waiting for? Education is the only treasure that cannot be stolen from you… as what my Dad told me… so why not invest on it? Start improving your life now for a better future ahead.

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Len said…
Nice one Ruthi. I like this one. It's very true, education is very important. I owe it to my father that he sent me to the University.
Ruthi, some of the points sound pretty compelling. I currently owe $17,000 in school loans.

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