Schools for K-12 and Work

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The cost of a great education doesn't have to break the bank. There are many paths to gaining marketable skills that make you good money. In Boston, you'll need an income of approximately $74,000 a year to comfortably afford a 1 Bedroom rental apartment in a new building. Employers pay well for skilled labor. There are more job openigns today than there are applicants. Consider FREE online learning. Or take a hybird online and in classroom course, it could save you dollars.

Today's workforce is diverse, multilingual and social media saavy. Boston is a great place to learn things you don't know. There are workshops for every interest category. There are online and offline classes you can take at a schedule that suits your lifestyle. Classes that you audit are FREE. When you want certificates, you pay but the material is the same. Ask about training and learning recommendations.

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School Performance Across Massachusetts

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