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By @ 2013-09-17 2:00 AM

According to the Census Bureau, there are 59 million people 25 years or older who hold a bachelor’s degree or higher. Business continues to be the most popular major with 12 million grads, while Education was the second most popular, with 8 million. The median income for high school grads who never went to college is $28,659; for those with some college but no degree, it is $32,036; those with a college degree $49,648; and those with professional degrees $87,356. This translates to lifetime earnings of $3.3 million for a doctoral degree, $2.3 million for a college degree and $1.3 million for a high school diploma.


By @ 2013-09-16 9:00 AM

Congratulation to all the winners and a big thanks to the thousands of people who nominated their favorite teachers for our Sept. 1-13 sweepstakes.


By Marc Joseph @ 2013-09-04 7:00 AM
By Marc Joseph, CEO & Founder of DollarDays (Reposted from The Huffington Post )

With the start of the school year, we have yet another terrifying shooting incident at the McNair Discovery Learning Academy elementary school in Decatur, Georgia. This is less than a year away from the tragedy in Newtown, CT. Between Newtown and Decatur, the U.S. has experienced 12 other shootings at schools. I just can't image how much stress this puts on all teachers. Our dedicated teachers do what they do because they have a passion to help mold the future of this country, foster creativity in young people, develop character in students and help people lead productive lives. They become teachers because of their sense of service. Having to protect kids from shootings was not part of their original job description -- but it is now.


By @ 2013-09-03 1:00 AM

By Guest Blogger Joseph Berida


By Ali Pourvasei @ 2013-09-03 1:00 AM

Reusable grocery bags are becoming a popular among those who are concerned about our Earth, but what about those who are more concerned about their wallets? Sadly, there are many people who may balk at buying a reusable bag when they have no monetary incentive. Many stores have realized this and have created incentive plans to help encourage bargain hunters to help cut down on waste.


By Marc Joseph @ 2013-08-22 9:00 AM

The economic recovery for most is much slower than the news would lead you to believe. Many people ask themselves, “How can I supplement my income so I can provide more for my family?” The perceived hot trend to accomplish this goal is doing business on the Internet---but it is not as easy as it looks. Before you go off and open an online store, you need to fully understand what online stores are all about.


By @ 2013-08-16 7:00 AM

Congratulations to our winners who were nominated as someone's "Favorite Back to School Drive" organization!


By @ 2013-08-16 2:00 AM

Nationwide, million of students take the SAT exam each year for admission to colleges and universities. The SAT is the standarized benchmark exam that determines who gets into which schools, based upon scores. If a student wants to go attend a top tier school, it's important to do well on the SAT. That's why it's important to take an online test prepration class prior to taking the exam. Not only can it help raise students' scores, it can also build confidence for the big exam day. It will also help students manage the expectations regarding the flow of the exam.


By @ 2013-08-09 5:00 AM

Upon cursory inspection, the DollarDays website appears to be as American as Chicken McNuggets. After all, the site’s name is not RupeeDays or YenDays, and there’s a U.S. flag peeking out from the banner on the home page. Since its debut in 2001, the Scottsdale, Ariz.-based online wholesaler and closeout-goods vendor has been distributing a wide array of low-cost merchandise to dollar stores, gift shops and other discount retailers, the vast majority of them in the U.S. All of the 300,000 products available on the site are sourced in the U.S., too.


By @ 2013-08-01 9:00 AM