Education Grants and the At-Home Mom

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The economy may be in a slump, but it's still smart to invest in your future. Working mothers and even those who stay at home can really benefit. Several career areas will experience significant growth, and there will be a need to fill many positions. Jobs in many technology-related areas will be in high demand for years. For work and play most people use several forms of sophisticated technology. Complex technology requires that there are professionals who can help integrate it into businesses and adapt it for personal use. Computer software engineering and related fields will be increasingly needed. Two other well-regarded careers are network systems analysts and data communications analysts. Another area where there is anticipated job growth is healthcare. If being a doctor or nurse doesn't appeal to you, there are many other medical fields to consider. Physical therapists and their assistants will be in high demand as well as occupational therapists and athletic trainers. It may be an unexpected projection, but veterinary medicine may also be in high demand. There are many fields that don't require a medical degree but rather specialized training are specific coursework. Many trusted resources expect plenty of job opportunities in the future although there may be more months of few possibilities before then. Jobs for qualified financial planners and advisors for businesses, government and individuals will likely be significant. All of the jobs in these growing areas will require the proper education. If you're a mother, you may think your chance has passed but there are programs tailored just for you. In 2009, President Obama introduced the Grants for Moms initiative. The $5,000 allotment can be a big help in paying for a number of school-related costs. It's an important step in helping moms earn the degrees they need. Moms have a lot of responsibility for their children and families, and the Obama education grants are an effort to give something back to them. At the many colleges and universities throughout the nation the world of education is tremendous. If you're a mother who is thinking of going to school, you should look around to see what you can do.
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This article was published on 2010/10/15