Carrie Wiley

Email | Twitter | LinkedIn Carrie is graduate of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. She has a degree in English and Journalism with a concentration in Professional Writing. She served as news editor of The Seahawk campus newspaper. Since college, Carrie has worked in various digital marketing roles focusing mostly on media relations. Her writing has been featured in Yahoo! Homes and AOL Real Estate. In addition to being GoodCall's Public Relations and Communications expert, Carrie is also a regular contributor to the GoodCall newsroom, covering higher education trends and career news.

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    2016’s Best Cities for K-12 Teachers to Live and Work

    Summer vacation is either┬áhere or right around the corner for┬ámost school districts across the country. And for many teachers, that means a well-deserved break. In 2015, we wrote about how teaching is one of the most demanding (and lowest-paid) professions. However, according to teachers, it’s also one of the most rewarding. According to recent studies, […]

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    Google Searches for “529 Plans”, “College Scholarships” Decline as Student Debt Levels Reach Highest Point Ever

    It’s no secret that student debt is a huge problem for today’s graduates. According to the most recent numbers, the U.S. holds $1.23 trillion in total student loan debt, spread out over 43.3 million borrowers. The average class of 2016 graduate has $37,172 in student debt, up 6% from 2015. What’s more? Student loans have […]

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    2016 Best Places to Find a Non-Profit Job

    College graduates across the country are kicking off their first job hunt, looking to launch their dream career in their field of choice. And for many recent grads, that field is non-profits. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, average employment in the non-profit sector increased 8.5% from 2007 to 2012, while employment in the […]

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    2016’s Best Places for Data Scientist Jobs

    One position keeps topping the lists of hottest careers for 2016: data scientist. The job, which involves using quantitative and technological skills to analyze data, was named “sexiest job of the 21st century” by Harvard Business Review. Studies show that data scientists can make over $250,000, with a median base salary of $96,000. And they’re […]

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    2016’s Best Colleges and Universities for Scholarships

    College tuition is constantly on the rise – the College Board‘s most recent numbers have it at $9,139 and $22,958 on average for in-state and out-of-state students at public four-year colleges, respectively, while private four year colleges cost an average of $31,231. Student debt is going up, too. Class of 2016 grads are leaving college […]

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