Of the six featured blog posts, the top three focus on this week’s theme of education and careers. The rest of the military personal finance roundup covers financial goals, saving and spending money. Enjoy.
Having a college degree can make or break your future paycheck – so working toward a degree early is a smart move. Thanks to the American Council on Education (ACE) and its military programs, military personnel can actually receive college credit for their training outside the normal college setting.
Keeping an eye on the fastest-growing career tracks in the country is a good way for unemployed veterans to make plans for the future. Careers that seem to be getting the most attention lately are rooted in technology, science and math. Of the top 5 fastest growing careers all three of these categories can be [...]
Military members who want to attend college have several funding options available. For qualifying service members GI Bill Benefits are available, but for those who do not qualify, loans are an option, too. The reality is the military’s education benefits may not always cover all expenses. It isn’t uncommon for students to seek out loans [...]