Highest Paying Jobs that Don't Require a College Degree
The typical college graduate in the United States makes roughly $23,000 more a year than the typical high school graduate. While a college degree generally qualifies workers for higher-paying jobs, there are a number of lucrative positions that require no more than a high school diploma.
Use this super cool resource to look up the estimated cost to attend the university of your dreams...plus 3,000 other schools (including the cost of junior colleges). Great way to narrow down the schools on your DREAM/MATCH/SAFE lists.
Top 10% rank in your class results in automatic admissions in most Texas public universities. The same could be said for the Top 25% in most cases. This article spells out who qualifies and who doesn't for automatic admissions for some of the top schools in the state. Take a look. Don't see your school of interest? Go to that college's website and search for automatic admissions. Education: go get it!