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It’s no surprise that careers in marriage and family therapy are on the rise. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the counseling and mental health field is expected to grow 19% over the next seven years, which is much faster than average growth rate of all occupations (7%). “As the general public becomes more comfortable with the idea of accepting help from therapists to resolve conflicts, particularly those that stem from the home, family and marriage therapists (MFT degree) are in greater demand than ever before,” said Dr. Edith Neumann, Provost. If you love helping others and making a positive impact on people’s lives, you should consider a career in marriage and family therapy. But how can you break into the field?

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PICTURED ABOVE: A Graduating Senior at Uplift Education's College Signing Day 2015. Uplift Education is making the college dream a reality for hundreds of first generation college attendees each year! Keith Lott, a Talent Recruitment Strategist says working for Uplift Education has one perks that will make you feel proud to go to work every day. Uplift Education's mission is 100% College Acceptance and we are proving that it can be done with low-income and minority student populations. Passionate, mission-aligned teachers that believe that all children can go to college. Commit to College: Uplift Education is committed to building a brighter future – one student at a time. We do this by creating quality, college preparatory public schools in underserved communities. Each student must be accepted into a two- or four-year college institution in order to receive their diploma from an Uplift high school. Interested in learning more about working for Uplift Education? Visit Keith Lott's recruiter profile and learn more about the company and how to apply TODAY. CLICK his profile to learn more!

You finally get the interview for your dream job. You’re looking good, feeling confident, and then you get hit with what could be a fatal blow. The interviewer says, “The other candidates for this position had a much higher GPA.” Related: #1 Reason You Get Interviews But Not Offers

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Although recent graduates haven’t been leaving their colleges and universities with optimistic predictions about finding the jobs of their dreams, the current situation on the job market looks promising. According to the latest estimations, 90% of the graduates of class of 2008-09 (which finished their studies at the onset of the crisis) have been employed. Related: 6 Job Search Tips For New Graduates The largest graduate employers are assured that recruitment opportunities for graduates are improving with a steady pace. The chief executive of the Association of Graduate Recruiters, Stephen Isherwood, recognizes that the market is still tough, but many employers are willing to invest in graduate talent.

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Today’s seething job market has made many of us take that extra step with regards to furthering our education. Often, this step is taken in order to simply get a foot in the door of our desired career paths. This advancement in education is proving to be financially difficult and time consuming, so the prospect of embarking on a master’s course, for example, often seems like too much of a commitment and sacrifice. In today’s world, a whole wealth of worthy education and information is readily available at our fingertips. However, giving up everything and enrolling on a master’s course is by no means the only way to get your foot further up the ladder of career credibility. If you're interested in career advancement, don't worry - getting a master's degree isn't your only option.

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