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Digital registration for SATs open

Posted on: October 21, 2022

A new way of registering for the SATs has been started by an American nonprofit organization. This registration will be done in digital form. This decision was announced by the medical nonprofit organization back in January 2022. This was done with the purpose of increasing the relevancy of exams along with increasing the ease factor for both students and teachers. Students also have access to new Digital sources from the college board that they can use for the preparation of exams. The whole digital study kit has an enhanced set of free student- and educator-friendly study tools and practice exams. This new change is most likely to be implemented in 2023 internationally. In the USA it will go on floors by 2024. The exam will be no longer three hours long and will now have a duration of two hours. The college board had previously assessed the success of this new pattern by conducting SAT exams with a new pattern on a smaller group of students. Students and teachers gave positive feedback for their new digital variant. In fact, the students who had given the off-line SAT exam reported that the digital one was better. SATs Aryan are important criteria for getting admission into a lot of universities. But these exams are not that easily available to appear for in a lot of countries. The digital step has been taken to ensure the equality of opportunity and accessibility.

How to get a PR as an international student studying in foreign country?

Posted on: October 21, 2022

After completing your education in a foreign university, a student visa will expire. A lot of countries give an extension of 2 to 3 years maximum for post-graduation work visas. Followed by this you have to extend your Visa in different ways. But ultimately if you want to stay back in that country for a lifetime then you would have to apply for a PR.  PR is often considered a difficult thing to get. Here is how you can get a PR in the following countries-

  • Portugal

If you have lived in Portugal for at least five years then you're eligible for applying for citizenship in this country. But there are some conditions such as you must be fluent in Portuguese and have some ties with the national community that you will have to prove. Also, you must not have a criminal record. One must know that you cannot directly apply for citizenship if you want to immigrate to Portugal. You have to start with a visa for a shorter time period and then proceed ultimately.

  • Canada 

Canada has a lot of ways through which you can get PR but one of the most popular ones is the Canadian Experience Class (CEC) program. A lot of students have found success through CEC. It takes just four months for your application to be processed for PR. To qualify You must have lived at least three years in the country and have a work experience of 12 months. Working during your study will not count as work experience.

  • Australia

If you have studied in Australian universities that there are three ways to gain citizenship-

  • Gain a family-stream permanent visa
  • Gain a work-stream permanent visa
  • Gain a business or investor-stream permanent visa

In order to qualify for applying for a PR you must have lived at least four years in Australia.

  • UK

The application process for applying for citizenship in the UK is quite straightforward but very lengthy. Especially if you have spent some time outside of the country and if it is more than two years then it becomes a little difficult. Nevertheless, there are a lot of ways to get PR in the UK. Now there are different eligibility criteria for different people applying for PR. If you have a spouse or partner living in the UK who is also a UK citizen then you must have lived here at least for two years. If you want to get a beer on the basis of your business then you must have conducted the business for at least 10 years in the country. Similarly, if your ancestors were citizens of the UK and you are not, then you must have spent at least five years in the country before applying for citizenship

Myths about application process for the universities on the USA

Posted on: October 21, 2022

The American dream Will always be relevant for Indian students. No matter what country comes up in the market of international education, the place of the United States of America is unparalleled. The USA has always been a pioneer in international education. Its centuries-old universities and trailblazing curriculums have attracted students from around the globe. But due to geographical distance, there are a lot of misconceptions about this country. Today we will talk about the myths associated with the application process for universities in the USA-

  • A lot of students think that studying in an international mode like IB will give them an edge over other applicants during the selection process. This is a completely false narrative as the universities of the USA hardly care about what board have opted for in your class 11th and 12th exams. If three students have a similar kind of application then they might come down to the board but generally, it's not a big factor.

  • Another misconception is that the universities of the USA take into account all the test scores of your class 12 exams. This means that not only your final board exams will be taken into consideration but your first term and other unit test exams will also be counted. This is not true as the universities in the US do not believe in multiple exams for one Academic year. This practice is more prevalent in the UK and India. This is why most of the universities in the UK consider all your test scores.

  • SATs and ACTs have become optional according to a recent decision made by universities in the USA. But if you lack in your academic section and extracurriculars then it's advised that you must go for SATs and ACTs. This will provide you a much-needed backing for your application. But if you have a strong overall application with a good academic rate and extracurriculars then you can go on without them.

Tips for students planning to study abroad

Posted on: October 21, 2022

The decision to study abroad is quite a difficult one. You have to leave your home and family and set for a new adventure. Before taking this major decision there are some tips that you must acknowledge for a better experience. These are-

  • Make an appointment with a study abroad adviser who can guide you through the pros and cons of studying abroad. These people have a deep knowledge of the study abroad spectrum and hence can advise you the best.
  • Do research on the difference between major and minor. Course selection is an important step and it will make or break your future. So it is very important to do a meticulous selection of your majors and minors.
  • Start taking online and offline workshops for study abroad. There are a lot of free workshops and webinars that are conducted online on a daily basis. Keep an eye on these and try to attend as many as possible.
  • If you know a student who has just returned from a foreign university then make a contact with them and try to clear all your doubts. No matter how many books you read and videos you watch, the best idea can be given by a person who has actually experienced that.
  • Plan all your expenses and do budgeting. Figure out if you have to take an education loan and if so then get into the process as fast as you can. Also, update all your IDs and keep all your credentials ready.

Top music business schools for international students

Posted on: October 20, 2022

Social media has gripped this generation immensely. Reels, shorts, and tik-tok are the thing of now. Everyone is interested in seeing things that are only visually gratifying. One thing that you would have also noticed is the popularity and mass production of music. Since music plays an important part in the making of these reels and TikTok videos, the future prospect of music has become very bright. This is why a lot of educational institutes have started offering courses in the field of music that also cover business dimensions. This is done to make you a successful person in the business of music. Not only will you learn how to make music but also understand the mathematics involved with selling your records and profit making. Some of the top institutions offering music business courses are-

  • Abbey Road Institute

This educational institution is located in the heart of London which gives students the benefit of studying in a prime location. Students have a variety of choices among different music business programs. It offers advanced one-year diplomas in music production and sound engineering, five-month diplomas in audio postproduction for film and television, and also provides training in mixing, recording, and mastering. Other branches of this institution are in Miami, Paris, Amsterdam, Sydney, Johannesburg, and Frankfurt.

  • Baldwin Wallace University

What makes this institute stand out is the great opportunities that it has in store for you. Baldwin Wallace University has a lot of connections and networking in the world of music. This can give your career a much-needed initial push. It is located in Ohio and proudly calls itself a liberal arts college that offers courses on the postgraduate and undergraduate levels.

  • Berklee College of Music

It is one of the top music schools in the United States of America. It has a remarkable reputation and image in the education market which is very necessary for you to start a potential music career. The music school has campuses in Boston, New York, and a lot more around the world. Their Spain campus offers a Music business program.

How to overcome seasonal depression as an international student?

Posted on: October 20, 2022

A lot of time we talk about cultural shifts being a major impact on the mental health of the students studying abroad. What we don't talk about often is the change in the environment that students are subjected to. Every country has different climatic conditions of its own. Spending 15 to 18 years of your life in that particular country makes you accustomed to that climatic conditions. Suddenly switching to a different country in different climatic conditions can be really hard for a student. It becomes extremely difficult to cope in terms of physical as well as mental health. If you are going through such a time then you must know that you are not alone. It is quite general and everyone feels this. Here are some ways through which you can tackle seasonal depression as an international student-

  • Exercise regularly

It is very important to exercise regularly to maintain your physical health. But exercising regularly is equally beneficial for your mental well-being. It provides you with the much-needed dopamine rush and serotonin in your body. Exercising makes you feel accomplished. Sweating out all the toxins from your body is always helpful to fight depression.

  • Bask in the sun

Make sure that you get your regular dose of sunlight. Even if it's gloomy outside, wake up early and go out. You won't understand the amount of impact sunlight can have on you until and unless you start doing this regularly.

  • Prepare yourself for upcoming winters

It may seem like pointless advice to you but it is actually very helpful. This is how most of the Nordic nations deal with the winters. They perceive winters as a time of celebration and holidays rather than lamenting over it. This way you can track your mind into believing that winter is a good time rather than something that is bleak and morbid.

  • Journal your thoughts

If you have ever taken therapy then you must be aware of the importance of journaling what you feel every day. It is a very good way of venting out whatever you feel. Bottling up your emotions for a very long period of time can be extremely harmful to your mental health. If you don't like the idea of journaling then at least talk it out with a close one of yours. You will realize that the more you will talk about it the less it will start affecting you.

High-paying finance jobs in the UK

Posted on: October 20, 2022

If you're a student who is looking to pursue a career in the field of finance, then it's very important for you to decide on a good university. While deciding a good university you must take a lot of parameters into consideration. The first and most important parameter is the employability and job prospects that you will get after graduating from that university. If you are somebody who is planning to study for a finance degree in the UK, then we have something special for you. Here is a list of topping finance jobs in the UK that you can get after completing your degree in finance.

  • Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

A CFO is a person who looks after taking the financial decisions of a company. The average salary of a CFO in the UK is £131,958 per year. But it is important to remember that it is a job with a great deal of responsibility.

  • Tax Director

The job of a tax director is to spend their whole day fixing up the taxes of people. The average salary of a tax director in the UK is £117,161 a year. In order to become a tax Director You can pursue a degree in finance, accounting, economics, or business administration. 

  • Quantitative Analyst

A quantitative analyst is responsible for accounting, planning, and forecasting-related jobs. The average salary of a quantitative analyst is £79,948.

  • Actuary

If you are somebody who has a thing for mathematics this is the job for you. In order to be successful in this profession you must have a deep knowledge of maths and have exemplary communication and analytical skills.

Top colleges and universities that still require SATs and ACTs

Posted on: October 20, 2022

After the pandemic was over a lot of universities made the decision to make SATs and ACT scores optional for admission into colleges. This was done to make the process of admission easier for students across the globe. SATs and ACTs are primarily US-based tests that are taken to get into prestigious universities in the USA. But there are a lot of colleges and universities that still consider these tests as a compulsory requirement for admission. These are-

  • Massachusetts Institute of technology
  • Georgetown University
  • University of Florida
  • Georgia Institute of technology
  • University of Georgia
  • University of Tennessee
  • Florida State University
  • University of Central Florida
  • Florida International University
  • United States Naval Academy
  • United States Military Academy at West Point
  • United States Air Force Academy
  • Fisk University

Cheapest countries in Europe for international students

Posted on: October 19, 2022

A lot of times you may have come across articles telling you about affordable countries in Europe for studying abroad. As we know that a lot of countries in Europe provide free education to all international students. Even if they ask you to pay some tuition fees, then it's quite affordable and doesn't cause any financial strain. But today we have bought for you a list of countries which are the cheapest in terms of studying and accommodation. You are probably not going to find a more affordable option than these countries for studying on a budget in Europe. These are the countries-

  • Germany

If you are studying in Germany then you have to pay no tuition fees at all. The accommodation expenses here are very affordable when compared to other European countries like England, France, and the Netherlands. There are a lot of part-time jobs available for international students as well. So whatever expenses you will have while living there as an international student, you can cover them by working part-time. In fact, you might also be able to save up a lot of money on your own. The application processing fees for German Universities cost you somewhere around €250. Students can expect to spend around €934 as a monthly expense living in Germany.

  • Spain

Spain is one of the cheapest countries in the whole of Europe for studying. Here you can find a bachelor's course with a tuition fee of as low as €150 annually and a Postgraduate degree with a tuition fee of €1500. Private universities here are slightly more expensive than public universities. So if you want to study on a budget make sure that you get into a public university. As a monthly expense, you will need around €900-€1000 to sustain yourself.

  • Hungary

One thing that you must know about Hungary as a country is that they do not provide free education to international students. But the tuition fees charged by universities in Hungary are very less. On average, you can expect to pay around €2000-€4000 annually in your tuition fees. As a monthly expense, you can expect to spend around €400- €700.

Scholarships for international students

Posted on: October 19, 2022

Scholarships can be a great relief to international students who are studying abroad as it is extremely expensive. Now with the ongoing situation of inflation, equation fees of universities have increased even more. This is why scholarships and grants are offered to students. There are different kinds of scholarships from need-based to Academics to sports. Here is a list of some scholarships that you can apply for as an international student.

  • MacMigs Ph.D. scholarship
  • His Majesty the King's scholarship for Doctoral Programmes
  • His Majesty the King's scholarship or Masters Programmes
  • Her Majesty the Queen's scholarship for Masters Programmes
  • GMS scholarships
  • Holland Scholarship 
  • Justice and Louis van Effen Excellence Scholarship
  • Emile Boutmy Scholarship 
  • University of Winnipeg President’s Scholarship for World Leaders
  • OAS scholarship for law students
  • Funza Lushaka Bursary
  • Federal Government Bursary award for Nigerians
  • Faculty Scholarship for Master in Theology

Delhi University releases its first cut-off for undergraduate programmes 2023

Posted on: October 19, 2022

After a long period of weight, Delhi University has finally released its first list of cut-offs for undergraduate programs in 2023. This year the admission process was done on the basis of CUET which stands for Common University Entrance Test. Earlier students used to get admission into Delhi University through CBSE class 12th percentages. But this year the way the criteria have been changed and students had to give you an entrance exam. Students can now check the cut-off list for the undergraduate programs 2023 on the official website of Delhi University. for the first cut-off candidates can select their seats from 19th October to 21st October. After this, the registration for the first cut-off will be closed. Generally, every year 5 to 6 cut-off lists are released on average. With every successive cut-off, the marks or the percentage required for a particular seat in a college drops. The classes are likely to start in the middle of November. Around 50,000 students have accepted seats for the first cut-off list as of now.

Cheapest medical schools in Europe

Posted on: October 19, 2022

Studying medicine is very hard and expensive. If you want to pursue medicine then you must remember that dedication and punctuality is extremely important in this profession. On top of it, you have to give a lot more years of your life into studying than other professions. Other than this, medical schools are very expensive. You will barely have any time from your busy schedule to work for a part-time job. This means that you will be solely dependent on external sources of funding. Here Are some medical schools in Europe that are extremely affordable. On top of this accommodation expenses in Europe are also not that high.

  • Medical University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria

The Medical University of Plovdiv offers a six-year professional master's degree in medicine. As an English-speaking student, you can expect to pay €8000 annually. If you learn Bulgarian then you have to pay €7000 as your tuition fees. Currently, 1721 international students are pursuing medicine at this university.

  • University of Bari, Italy

The University of Bari offers a six-year medical degree under its curriculum called the Bari English Medical Curriculum (BEMC). It is offered to all students irrespective of their countries for a very cheap price. As an international student, you can expect to pay from €156 to €2000 annually as your tuition fees depending upon your financial circumstances.

  • Semmelweis University, Hungary

This university is located in Budapest. It offers a six-year medical degree program that is completely taught in English. Currently, 4700 students are pursuing a medical degree from this college out of which 55% are international students. The annual tuition fee here is €16,300.

Best universities in the US for international students

Posted on: October 18, 2022

The United States of America is home to some of the most renowned universities in the world. Its education system is centuries old. Universities in the United States of America don't only focus on academics but focus on the multifaceted growth of the students. This is why American universities have retained their top position throughout these years. Because of so many universities, it might get confusing for an international student to come to a decision. To solve this problem of yours, we have come up with the best universities for an international student who wants to study in the USA. These universities are-

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

MIT has become a brand in the world of education. It's impossible for any student who wants to pursue technology to be unaware of this university. MIT is a very diverse and dynamic educational institute. This is why it is the perfect place for an international student. On top of everything, it offers a lot of scholarships and the placement records of this university are excellent.

  • Princeton University

Princeton is a part of Ivy League colleges that need no introduction. It is known for its independent curriculum and way of teaching. Even if you enroll in an undergraduate program at Princeton University, you will have to write a thesis or take an independent project in your program. Princeton has a strong alumni record including influential people like former US President Woodrow Wilson, former First Lady Michelle Obama, and the founder of Amazon Jeff Bezos.

  • Harvard University

The name of Harvard university in this list is a new surprise for anyone. This university is extremely selective and has a very low acceptance rate of 3.9%. Mark Zuckerberg, Natalie Portman, and John F. Kennedy are some of its famous alumni.

  • Stanford University

Stanford university offers a variety of programs like law, business, management, IT, social sciences, and many more. It also offers a lot of scholarships to international students coming from various countries.

What should you choose between the UK and Europe for international education?

Posted on: October 18, 2022

The UK and Europe have a lot of similarities on the surface level. But both of these regions are quite different from each other if you look closely. Similarly, there is a misconception among international students that education in both these regions is quite similar. This is in fact an incorrect opinion. The UK and Europe are completely different from each other when it comes to the curriculum they follow and the fee structure. Here are some differences between both of these to help you get a better understanding of which one to choose-

  • Tuition fees

Most European countries offer free education to international students. You can find a lot of universities that have a higher ranking and yet offer free-of-cost education to everyone. This includes universities in Norway, Iceland, Germany, and the Czech Republic. The private universities that charge fees have very low tuition fees. Whereas in the UK you will rarely find any university that doesn't charge any tuition fees for international students. In fact, as an international student, you will have to pay double the amount of money in tuition fees as compared to a regional student.

  • Scholarships

Both the UK and Europe offer a lot of scholarships to international students. This includes fully funded and partially funded scholarships. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit, financial status, and sports achievements. Although in the UK it's very difficult to find a scholarship that is fully funded you may apply for scholarships at universities like the University of East Anglia Scholarship and the University of Bath: Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence Scholarship. Some fully funded scholarships offered in Europe are Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD) Scholarship, ICP Connect: VLIR-UOS Master Scholarship, and Eiffel Excellence Scholarship Programme.

  • Living costs

When it comes to the cost of accommodation, the UK is more expensive than the rest of Europe. London has been continuously ranked as one of the most expensive cities in the world. Although Germany, France, and Spain are some expensive countries to live in, still they are a lot more affordable than the UK.

Cheapest university is in Switzerland for international

Posted on: October 18, 2022

Switzerland which is also called Paradise on Earth is known for its innovation around the world. It has been home to prestigious universities that have been consistently ranked high. The healthcare system of Switzerland is known around the world. This is where there has been an annual increase in the number of international students enrolling in Swiss universities. Although very prestigious, living in Switzerland can be extremely expensive. The education, as well as accommodation cost here, is quite high. This is why we have bought for You some cheaper alternative options that can help you save up some money from your tuition fees. Here are the cheapest universities in Switzerland-

  • University of Geneva

This is a public research university located in the city of Geneva popular in the history books. It was founded in 1559 and has since been listed in the top hundred universities of the world. You have the liberty to choose from the 500 programs that this university offers. As for your tuition fees, you will have to pay Fr.500 per semester. An undergraduate degree has six semesters whereas a postgraduate degree has four semesters.

  • University of Lausanne

This university is situated on the shore of lake Geneva and is the second oldest university in Switzerland. It has seven faculties including the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, Faculty of Law, Criminal Justice and Public Administration, Faculty of Arts — School of French as a Foreign Language, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Faculty of Business and Economics, Faculty of Biology and Medicine and Faculty of Geosciences and Environment. As your tuition fee, you will be expected to play around Fr.580 per semester.

  • ETH Zurich

This university has two campuses. The ETH Zurich Zentrum campus is a reflection of the traditional country roots and whereas the ETH Zurich Hönggerberg is more modern and in sync with the world. You can expect to pay around seven Fr.24 per semester at this university.

Universities in the UK that offer instalment plans to pay tuition fees

Posted on: October 18, 2022

As the whole world is together facing the problem of inflation, education has become a big burden on students and parents. Tuition fees have increased and it has become very difficult for parents to pay all the money at once. This is why a lot of universities and colleges have come up with installment plans for the payment of fees. Through This, you will be able to pay the tuition fees in monthly or quarterly installments depending upon what you choose. Here are some universities in the UK that offer the best installment plans for tuition fee payment-

  • Teesside University

This university is located in the center of Middlesbrough. The average tuition fee in this university for an undergraduate or postgraduate program is £14,000. Under their installment plan, you will have to pay a deposit of €4000. The rest of the money can be paid in seven installments.

  • University of Hull

The cost of an undergraduate program at this university is £9250. The cost of a post graduate program at this university is £6100. Undergraduate students have to pay 50% of their fees during the enrolment. The rest of the fees has to be paid in two installments on January 12 and April 27, 2023. Postgraduate students have to pay 34% of their fees during enrolment. The rest of the 66% of the fees is paid in two installments of 33% in the fourth and seventh month of the course.

  • University of South Wales

The cost of an undergraduate or postgraduate program in this university ranges from £13,700 to £15,000. To secure your place in this university You must pay 50% of your first year's fees. The rest of the fees can be paid through consecutive monthly installments.

Students from Kerala prefer to study in France for international education

Posted on: October 17, 2022

Earlier it used to be a trend that most students from India would choose English-speaking countries to study abroad. This trend is slowly changing now. Students are choosing to study in European countries over English-speaking nations. In a recent study conducted in the Southern part of India, it was found that two out of every three students wanted to move out to study abroad. It has also been predicted that this trend will likely exaggerate over the years. In the last 4 to 5 years students migrating from the Kerala state of India have doubled in numbers. As reported by The statistical data from State Level Bankers Conference (SLBC), right now the outstanding education loan in banks of Kerala has gone up to 11,061 crores in March 2022. Earlier the top priority countries for Indian students used to be the UK, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand for higher studies. Now countries like France and Spain are gaining a lot of popularity among international students. Currently France has 3.6,00,00 international students. The biggest benefit of studying in France is the prestigious universities and their high rankings. They are internationally acclaimed and have Nobel laureates. Another big benefit of studying in France is that you don't have to learn French. Over 1700 programs here are taught in English so language is not a barrier. Additionally, France is much cheaper in terms of university fees as compared to Canada, Australia, the US, and the UK. French universities have also come in partnership with local universities in a lot of countries. This is aimed to attract a lot more students than before.

Student loan debt cancellation application is available now

Posted on: October 17, 2022

A website initiated by the President of the USA, Joe Biden dealing with student loan debt cancellation has gone live. Till now more than 8 million candidates have already applied for debt cancellation. Biden previously announced to relieve a student debt of up to $20,000. The application which is available in beta form has now gone online. It is available through the Education Department’s Federal Student Aid office. In order to be eligible for the Dad cancellation, the borrowers must submit their date of birth and Social Security numbers. They also must be able to meet the income eligibility requirements. The process is quite simple and can be done by anyone. It will just take five minutes. It is expected that borrowers who have applied in the month of October will see the financial reflection in their accounts within one month. The biggest concern for the government right now is to make sure that the process goes on smoothly. As hundreds and thousands of people are applying for debt cancellation, they have to make sure that the system doesn't crash. All the possible loopholes are being detected and solved as soon as possible.

How to know if you're ready for college or not?

Posted on: October 17, 2022

In order to go to college you must not only be financially and academically ready. Emotional readiness is also an important criterion in order to detect whether You must start college or not. A lot of students are not mentally prepared for what college has to offer them. Too much mental stress during college causes students to drop out in between their programs. According to data from 2020 from the US, One out of every four students who enrolled in fall 2020 programs didn't return to college. This is why it is extremely important to do a self-analysis before deciding to go to college. Here are some things that you can do-

  • Question yourself if you are disciplined or not. Procrastination causes all the harm in our lives. If you are somebody who loves doing things at a time and respects the schedule that you have been given then it is a sign that you are ready for college. If you are somebody who lacks time management and is not disciplined in life then makes sure that you work on this aspect before deciding to get into a college.
  • Try to understand the functioning of your body. A lot of people take stress upon themselves when they enter new environments. As a result, it reflects on the body and causes serious medical issues. This is why it is important to make sure that you take physical and mental health into consideration before moving into a new college. If you are not in a good place mentally then avoid going there.
  • If you decide that you are currently not ready to pursue a full-time college, then make sure that you decide on what you will do in your free time. Making the most of your time is very important as time is extremely precious.

Best job for newly graduated students

Posted on: October 17, 2022

Most students want to start earning as soon as they graduate from college. If you ask the main motive behind studying in expensive universities, the majority of students will say income. For students like those who are income-driven, pursuing courses that are more likely to get them placed soon after the degree is important. Here are some of the jobs that employ fresh graduates and also pay them a good amount of money.

  • Sales Representative -Median Salary: $62,070
  • Plumber- Median Salary-US$56,330
  • Bus driver-Median Salary-US$45,900
  • Maid and housekeeper- Median Salary-US$26,200
  • Choreographer- Median Salary-US$43,680
  • Waiters- Median Salary-US$23,740
  • Pharmacy technician- Median Salary-US$35,100
  • Repair work- Median Salary-US$40,850
  • Flight attendant- Median Salary-US$59,050
  • Community health workers- Median Salary-US$42,000

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