While going to school online can allow you to continue working, it’s not a financial shortcut in all areas, the Huffington Post reports. Tackling how you’ll pay for an online degree can be as tricky as trying to fund a traditional degree. A study in 2008 by the Babson Survey Research Group found that online students pay largely the same amount in tuition and fees as on-campus learners, and traditional forms of paying for college, such as scholarships, can be scarcer for distance learners. When thinking about how to pay for an online education, keep these factors in mind…

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