There are multiple benefits to online learning that regular classes and on-campus programs cannot provide. An online course is usually much cheaper and comes with added flexibility for you, the learner. It will allow you to earn a college degree from the comfort of your own home and the quality of education received is the same as regular classes.
You don’t have to commute, since after enrollment, you receive all the courses you need to study and the assignments so you can start right away.
There are a few factors you should keep in mind before deciding if an online college is right for you.
It is much easier to earn an online degree, but this shouldn’t be your only factor to help you decide.
Your career path might improve if you further your studies. This means better paid jobs, more offers from different employers and a better first impression when going on job interviews. It could mean climbing the corporate ladder in your own company. Make sure you know what you want from the degree you’re pursuing before you even start consider an online learning program.
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Often when I am coaching my voiceover students on the best voiceover techniques, I am tempted to give them a line read. Since no girl from Jersey without some serious background in Theatre should ever be doing that, I refrain. My next best option outside of pure direction (explaining through adjectives and description the way to a technique) is to refer to what is already out there that has proven to be voice over gold. I often refer them to Voicebank where they can hear demos of proven successful voiceover artists. We can also just go to the movies! We can learn voiceover strategy often just with our ears, in the most entertaining of venues.
When I think of a “great voice” from an animated film, the first one that always pops up for me is Sterling Holloway’s Cheshire Cat from the original 1951 version of Alice in Wonderland. The voice is at once quizzical, satiric, bemused, and ethereal. It calls to mind another place and time -so fitting for a character living inside of a “wonderland”. Presently my new favorite, while less “magical”, offers a whole different bag of treats. The voice of the Once-ler in The Lorax is modern day comedian Ed Helms, known for his work on the Daily Show, his iconic Andy Bernard character on The Office, and for his big feature role in The Hangover. Ed brings a mixture of good-natured, self-effacing humor to most roles, but also a deep intelligence that balances that modesty and pleasantly confuses the audience. He is familiar, and yet refreshing. In The Lorax, I am finally impressed once again after so many long years of animated films without anything beyond incredible eye treats. Ed’s delivery has texture, range; a whole set of adjectives come to mind when hearing it. He can be innocent at times, fun and quirky at others, and then turn on a dime and become fearsome, overly confident, aggressive. This mixture is what makes him stand out. Yes I loved listening to Chris Rock’s Marty in Madagascar; it was hysterical. What I love even more are voices like Ed’s, that bring a whole universe of emotions and energies all at once and ask you to digest it slowly and savor it. It is this texture and style that comes to mind when I am teaching my students what it means to be interesting and engaging (without losing your authenticity in the process.)
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Business degrees are the most popular degrees in the country for both women and men. It’s true that women enroll in Business schools at a lower rate than their male counterparts, but Business still remains the most popular degree for women.
Currently, some business schools are actually looking to recruit women to enroll in their MBA program. Additionally, there are tons of scholarships and grants that are offered to women to go back to Business school.
Nursing and Health Degree
It is no secret that a majority of nurses are women. Although nursing programs are not exclusive to women, the fact remains that a nursing career appeals to females.
Nursing degrees have become especially popular over the past decade. The fact is, America’s network of hospitals and private medical practices is continuing to grow and has no signs of slowing down. Like it or not, people will continue to get sick and the job market is expected to remain steady for years to come.
Education has always been a popular degree and career path for women. While the amount of men in the education job market has risen in recent years, the market still remains dominated by females.
Over the past few years, America has seen a spike in online education degrees obtained by stay-at-home moms. Online degree programs allow for mothers of small children to go to school from home while taking care of their child and then seeking their careers once the children are in school.
Psychology is the fourth most poplar degree amongst women in America. Jobs in psychology range from school psychologist to a clinical psychologist to a sports psychologist. The lowest starting salary for these careers starts around $45,000 and from there the sky is the limit.
The job market for women in the psychology industry has been steady over the past several years, making a popular choice among women going back to school.
Art and Design
Art and Design degrees for women have remained popular over the past several decades. With Art and Design jobs ranging from dance instructor to jeweler to graphic designer, the opportunities to those with an Art and Design degree are vast and many.
A common misconception among most people is that Art and Design jobs are all very low paying. While it’s true that the ‘starving artist’ stereotype does exist in some cases, there are also careers in the Arts that can be very lucrative.
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