You can Take Charge of your Expanding Education and Career Choices with the Recently Launched Website

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According to the U.S. Dept. of Labor, today's U.S. high school seniors will have 10 to 14 jobs by age 38. How will they decide which jobs are right for them? They can find the answers with

Does your next job exist yet? According to the Dept. of Labor, today’s high school seniors will have 10 to 14 jobs by age 38. The average U.S. student-to-counselor ratio is 467 to 1. Seven thousand students drop out of school every day. On average, college students change majors three times over the course of their college career. Fifty-nine percent of adults in the workforce would try to get more or different information about options if they could start their work life over again.

Help is needed to make more informed decisions about education, employment and personal development. The launch of, an online resource (, will provide the help people need to meet these challenges. This free website will inform and engage its members so they are: committed to ongoing learning, understand career choices, and are globally aware. Personalized roadmaps provide step-by-step pathways to achievement.

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