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- Chicago CEO Uses Technology Degree To Grow His Business Having used his educational background to found Lextech Global Services, CEO Alex Bratton offers advice for others looking to go into the field of technology.
- Chicago Businesswoman Makes It Her Mission To Help Women Gain Confidence When many people think of a degree in psychology or counseling, it can be difficult to predict how the degree will translate into a real-world career.
- Job Opportunities In Chicago's Criminal Justice Industry Abound For those looking to go into the field of criminal justice, advanced education opens many doors.
- Degree In Education Leads To Career Outside Of A Classroom For Chicago COO Admissionado COO Lauren Herskovic offers insight into career opportunities in education outside of being a teacher in the classroom.
- Chicago Nurse Invested In Her Career By Obtaining A Master's Degree The medical profession has a multitude of career opportunities, especially for those who seek to obtain an advanced degree.
- Consulting Firm In Chicago Helps To Improve Productivity For Businesses Joshua Coleman, CEO of Momentum Advanced Planning, gives some insight into how he was able to use his degree in business to find a successful consulting firm in Chicago.
- Chicago Professional Utilizes Her Advanced Degree To Keep Up With New Technologies Engineer believes that staying on the cutting edge of technological advances requires sound, continuous education.
- President Of Chicago Tutoring Company Used Education In Social Sciences To Help Others Learn John Rood is a great example of how he used his degree in social sciences to establish an organization intended to support and guide students to obtain a higher education.
- University Professor Uses Criminal Justice Degree To Educate Other Chicagoans Eric Thompson of College of DuPage leveraged training and education to achieve continuous career advancement.
- Chicago Principal Uses Advanced Education Degree In Early Childhood Education Having experience in both private and public school systems is a definite advantage, but Chicago principal Lynn Lawrence attributes most of her success to her own educational background.