MyCareerTools introduces a renewed database of High School Equivalency Programs

MyCareerTools introduces a new complete database of locations across the U.S. where HSE (High School Equivalency) instruction is offered and all HSE testing centers are listed as well.

The listing includes Adult Basic Education and HSE classes provided by Literacy Councils, School Districts, Community Colleges, Libraries, High Schools, Churches, Community Action Agencies, and many other institutions and agencies dedicated to education and improving the lives of people who, for whatever reason, did not complete high school. Though there are now three options available to states for High School Equivalency Testing, the GED, the HiSET, and the TASC exam, many people still use the term GED classes when refer to all HSE prep classes.

If students earn their High School Equivalency Diploma they qualify for continuing their education in college, they will boost their job options, and they are likely to become more successful in life. People who hold a secondary education degree are expected to earn up to $10.000 more per year than those who don’t.

Good preparation for the High School Equivalency Exam is crucial in 2016. Besides physical class sites, there are also many online HSE programs available, but online studying is not always the best solution for high school dropouts. A combination of online learning with attending a program in a physical class room often brings better results.

The database of contains more than 25,000 locations across America that offer HSE preparation. To find a site in their area, students can simply submit the name of their city, and the website of MyCareerTools will produce a list of all facilities in that area where HSE classes are available.

Why is the High School Equivalency Diploma important?

In America we can find some 2 million young adults ages 16 to 21 who never completed their regular high school education and also are not registered for some other educational program. Today, practically every job position requires at least a high school or equivalent diploma, and not holding a secondary education degree often proves to be disastrous for these individuals’ earning, careers, and social circumstances. It is estimated that for every dollar that we spend on preventing high school dropout, we will be reaping benefits of 3 to 4 times the amount of money that we invested.

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