How to Become a Paralegal

How to Become a Paralegal: Career and Salary Information SEBRON University offers one of the world’s leading online Paralegal programs (CLICK HERE) Paralegals, or legal assistants, work in private law firms or in the public sector and perform support tasks for attorneys. Paralegals assist attorneys by preparing for hearings, trials, and meetings and by maintaining communication

Poverty rate in US keeps increasing

The official poverty rate is 12.3 percent, based on the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2017 estimates. That year, an estimated 39.7 million Americans lived in poverty according to the official measure. According to supplemental poverty measure, the poverty rate was 13.9 percent. The official poverty measure was developed in the 1960s in conjunction with President Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty. Each

How much do Paralegals Make?

Looking for a Paralegal Certification? Check out SEBRON University’s Accelerated Paralegal program Paralegals make $49,500/year on Average The average annual salary for paralegals in the U.S. in 2011 was $49,960, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The lowest-paid 10 percent received less than $29,390, while the highest-paid 10 percent earned $75,400, however, this amount

US Poverty Crisis: The amount of people in poverty is highest since 1993, home ownership is lowest since 1993

The US Poverty statistics are not looking good. Although historically, poverty rates were much higher in the 50’s, they are currently highest as measured since 1993. Home Ownership Falls According to Bloomberg, Home ownership Rate U.S. Falls to 63.7%, Lowest Since 1993. This statistic, however, does not reflect the whole picture. Most of these homeowners are