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My Place for Hosting Offers Opportunities to Struggling College Students

New statistics reveal falling trends of academic success in America, including post-graduate unemployment rates and increasing numbers of drop outs. My Place for Hosting, believes affiliate marketing is one practice beneficial to these students.
NEW YORK, NY, July 03, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The current American economy has made it difficult for nearly every citizen to find stable and productive work. While unemployment rates climb across the country, recent college graduates are finding it even harder; they must enter a work-force they never participated in, while trying to find a career that suits their educational focus. A new article from The Huffington Post reveals that college students are at high disadvantages and while America boasts some of the best universities in the world, many individuals are not prepared for the course load or life after graduation. My Place for Hosting, a website specializing in affiliate marketing training, understands these issues and believes its programs can help students bridge the gap between academics and employment.
The article states, "Although high school graduates are attending college in record numbers, four in 10 are not adequately prepared for the course load that awaits them." These disadvantages lead nearly 42 percent of students to drop out of higher education, often leaving them with unfulfilled college debt and empty career plans. My Place for Hosting aims to help these students escape this place of "limbo" by providing easy-to-understand coursework that will help participants learn about affiliate marketing.
While many affiliate marketers use the resource as an easy way to increase income, some have found the process to provide enough income to avoid other work. When concerning students who are not yet prepared for college, My Place for Hosting notes that affiliate marketing can allow a student to casually earn additional income while studying at a local community college until they are ready for a larger university.
For those that do graduate from college, the problems are worse if they face unemployment. The article refers to information obtained by the Pew Fiscal Analysis Initiative study that revealed, "the labor force confronted with the prospect of long-term unemployment is at a record high of 2.8 percent. Approximately 13 million Americans are unemployed, 4 million of whom have been unemployed for over a year." These numbers are not only discouraging to students who are expected to pay back student loan debt, but also to those who are prepared to enter industries they spent years studying.
While My Place for Hosting agrees that the American economic system and education system needs a severe restructure to improve graduates' overall success, it is not a reason for students to lose hope. In fact, participating in affiliate marketing training is particularly successful for recent graduates, because they are already acclimated to studying and learning, and many are eager to apply themselves to create success, no matter what the job.
My Place for Hosting is an online educational resource that instructs individuals on the practice of affiliate marketing. Affiliate marketing is a business opportunity that is easy to learn and easy to operate. The opportunity also provides individuals with a chance to create a flexible schedule and work from home to cut back on costs associated with many other jobs. Using material provided by some of the most successful marketing professionals in the industry, students of My Place for Hosting are able to gain a true insight into ecommerce.
To learn more about available courses and the potential success of affiliate marketing, visit
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