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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Education has rewards

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of USC. All opinions are 100% mine.

If you're an educator - or an aspiring teacher - you know the importance of education. You also know that applies not only to your students but to yourself as well.

Let's face it - the money in teaching isn't great, but the job is one of the most fulfilling you can have. Still, higher pay is a good thing, but the only way often to get that higher pay is by having advanced degrees.

Problem - you're working in a career that takes up a lot of your time, and maybe you also have a family to take care of as well. (They probably want to see you sometimes too.)

So how can you do both? Fortunately, these days, it's become a little easier. You can pursue your advanced degree while continuing to work and have time for your family too.

The USC Rossier School of Education has been ranked #22 in the U.S. and #9 among all private universities by US News and World Report. And you can get your Master of Arts in Teaching Degree from this prestigious university online.

The program combines highly interactive online learning with field-based experiences in your local area, and students in the program are afforded full USC student statuses and privileges - including participation in the commencement ceremonies - with all the prestige of being a USC alumnus after graduation.

If you want to pursue that advanced degree from a prestigious university from the convenience of your own home, check out the link for program information. Education is its own reward, but it also brings more.

Visit my sponsor: Master of Arts in Teaching degree online from USC

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