Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
CityTownInfo is dedicated to providing a detailed reference source for information on U.S. cities and towns, as well as careers and education in the US. We know of hundreds of colleges and government agencies that link to our site, and we get more than 10 million visitors per year. In addition, we have helped various schools and charities raise tens of thousands of dollars with our innovative no-buy, no-sell fundraisers.
You can find a wealth of geographic information on CTI. Here are some of our resources:
|Career Search||College Search|
|Career Stories from workers, describing daily activities, job tips, best/worst job aspects, required training, etc.||Colleges by State. Nearly every college and trade school in the United States.|
|Career Videos. Professional videos on 800+ jobs, featuring actual employees.||Colleges Listed Alphabetically. About 7,000 US colleges and trade schools, including online schools.|
|Daily News. Career and education news from our editorial staff. We are an approved Google News provider!||Exceptional Schools. Statistical studies, e.g. schools with: "Most Students over 40", "Most Part-Time Freshman", dozens more.|
|Career Overviews of hundreds of careers, including descriptions, salaries, forecasts, school listings, more.|
|Top Cities for each career. Lists and maps of cities where careers are popular. Salaries by city.|
|Top Industries for each career. Lists of major hiring industries by career, with salaries.|
Special Report: Best Careers Not Requiring Degrees: Careers combining good pay, job growth, and low need for degrees. A widely cited study.
Helpful Articles, many in how-to" format; e.g., "How to Become a Chef".
CityTownInfo now offers an active news feed on career and education topics. In response to the turbulent market environment we found a lot of demand for information on the latest info on job and education issues.
CityTownInfo supports libraries across the U.S. through its membership in the American Library Association.