PRLog - Sep. 21, 2011 - With unemployment rates at an alarming high, it seems like every moment of schooling helps. The percentage of people out of work in the United States right now is 9.1%, but that number can be contained and overcome with education and certification. The 2010 US Government statistics show that you have a 14.9% chance of being unemployed if you have less than a high school diploma; 10.3% if you only have a high school diploma with no college; 9.2% with some college, but never graduated; 7.0% if you simply have an Associate’s degree; 5.4% if you hold a Bachelor’s degree; 4.0% with a Master’s degree; 2.4% if you have a Professional degree; and finally, 1.9% with a Doctoral degree.
These alarming numbers show that something needs to be done to set you apart from everyone else. That’s where CollegeComplete.com (http://www.collegecomplete.com/
Besides helping people who are specifically looking for the college guidance, College Complete also helps the ones who don’t think they need help to go back to college. They do this by sponsoring Justin Lofton in the No. 6 College Complete Chevrolet in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. By just watching the race, people are inspired to go see what College Complete is all about, only to come to the realization that they want to go back to school so they can better their life, get a job, make more money, or simply to be able to say they have graduated college. To follow the race this weekend at Loudon, New Hampshire, to see the No. 6 College Complete Chevrolet roll into Victory Lane, tune into the SPEED channel at 3 p.m. ET this Saturday!
When asked about his sponsor, Justin Lofton explained, “It's great to be working with College Complete. I'm a believer in education, and their approach to helping potential students figure out a game plan is definitely something I can get behind!” “The entire team is about heart and passion – that’s what drives me on the track, our crew in the pits, and even our sponsor – College Complete and their passion to help their students – from the top down, we’re all doing what we love.”