Online degrees, distance learning, and continuing education program information
Education Center Online offers career education resources ranging from high-quality articles about getting the career you want to a vast directory of online and on-campus career education programs.
Career education : Feed your need to succeed
These days, the job market is changing so quickly that keeping up with the training you need to get the career you want -- or get ahead in the one you have -- can seem daunting. A 2012 study from the Pew Research Center found that only about half of workers aged 18 to 49 believe that they have the education they need to get ahead in their current career. Of those aged 18 to 34 and not working, only 27 percent believed they had the education necessary to get the kind of job they want. This is where career education comes in.
Online degrees by subject
Finding career education online is getting easier. Thanks to advances in online education technology and standards, online courses are becoming more interactive and expanding into new and emerging subject areas. Take a look at the career education programs in our Online Degrees by Subject section and get a better idea of what kind of programs are offered in your chosen field.
The "online degrees by subject" section is designed to provide more information for people who already have a pretty good idea of which field they're interested in. All of the online schools and the programs offered are organized by subject, making it easy to find the program you seek.
Search Career and Online Education by State
If you're looking for a campus-based or campus/online-hybrid program and location is a big factor, check out our Schools by Location section. In this section, you can narrow your options down by state or zip code. Using the interactive map, you can browse schools by state, and then narrow your options down by subject or degree level.
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Articles by subject
Here at Education Center Online, we want to help you find a career path that's right for you, which is why we've put together articles that span 13 broad subject areas to help you figure out what you might like to study. In this section, you can get your questions answered and learn more about subjects like:
You can also find information a variety of different trades.
Career Search Center
Ever wonder how people get into their careers? Need a little extra guidance on your career path? This is the section for you. Education Center Online's Career Search Center breaks down careers in 12 high-level subjects. Articles in this section offer insight into the day-to-day activities of people employed in a wide range of careers, often backed with available salary, employment, and educational data.
Learn all about what it takes to train for careers such as:
You can also find information on many, many more career paths-all with some combination of campus-based and online career education programs matched.
Your new future starts today
Career education online and on campus is available -- and in many online programs, you can get started quickly rather than having to wait for a new semester to begin.
If you don't feel like you're in the right career, consider going back to school for some focused career education. You can find programs specifically designed to help you prepare for the career you want, and Education Center Online can help you make an informed decision.