Ten great careers that don’t require a four year degree.

Written by Max Stein

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high school seniors and workers unsatisfied with their current careers rests in a specialty technical school. These schools provide specific technical training in a variety of career fields. Career training courses take less than four years to complete, most take less than two. These schools offer online and night courses, so you can have a job or a family andrepparttar best part is graduates earn 50% more than high school graduates.

Here is a list of ten great careers that offer high employment prospects and competitive pay.

Nursing Medical Assistant Dental Hygienist Help Desk Analyst Graphic Design Multimedia Design Medical Coding/Billing Medical Office Administration Paralegal HVAC Technician

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Max Stein, Salt Lake City, UT, USA http://www.degreesource.com/articles Max Stein is a freelance writer who writes about business, education and marketing. maxstein_9@hotmail.com www.degreesource.com

Keep Preschoolers Cool about School

Written by Jane Lake

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• Reinforce basic safety rules. Your child should be able to say his or her name and address clearly. Try helping your child memorize your home phone number, too; it may be easier if you sing it together torepparttar tune of Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.

• Encourage friendships with neighborhood children who are also starting kindergarten. Knowing even one child who will be sharing that first day can make a big difference.

• Tell your child to choose something from home to take to school. A favorite small toy or family photo can help ease homesickness.

• Take advantage of introductory days when you and your child can meetrepparttar 109343 teacher and have an advance look atrepparttar 109344 kindergarten classroom.

• Maintain a cheerful attitude towards school; chances are your child will then feel cheerful about it, too.

A kindergarten program should provide a warm, caring and fun-loving environment sensitive to individual differences, where each child has an opportunity to advance at his or her own rate. As children progress, they learn new things and meet new people. Your encouragement can help them feel good about themselves and their accomplishments; in years to come, this new-found independence will bring its own rewards, not only in school, but inrepparttar 109345 rest ofrepparttar 109346 big wide world, as well.

Jane Lake is a successful freelance writer and editor of the top-ranked craft site, http://www.allfreecrafts.com, where you will find photos and full instructions for hundreds of craft projects. She also edits and produces http://www.allfreeprintables.com, which features printable recipe cards, chore coupons, school lists, check lists and paper toys.

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