According to a new study from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, most college students – between 70 and 80 percent of them – are instead earning paychecks while they learn, but are still unable to pay for their education. These “working learners’’ make up about 8 percent of the total labor force, and are enrolled in either degree-granting programs like associate’s and bachelor’s degree programs, or non-degree granting programs, and certification and vocational training programs. What do these students look like? Probably not what you’d expect.
"Social conservatives see welfare and feminism as threats to responsibility and family stability . The Tea Party hates redistribution because it interferes with letting people reap what they earn . Faith , patriotism , valor , chastity , law and order these Republican themes touch all six moral foundations , whereas Democrats , in Haidt 's analysis , focus almost entirely on care and fighting oppression . This is Haidt 's startling message to the left when it comes to morality , conservatives are more broad- minded than liberals . They serve a more varied diet ."
The cost of college tuition has increased 1,120% (no, that's not a typo) in the past 30 years.  With the cost of college continuing to skyrocket, many students will no longer be able to pay for school out of pocket. While many students use financial aid to offset the cost of school, this can lead to a lifetime of debt. College scholarships, on the other hand, are a great way to pay for college without taking on any debt. With planning, research, and careful preparation, you may be able to get scholarships to pay for part, or all, of your education.