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Stellar starting point of vocational information for girls.

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age 18+

Shallow website

The provided details about careers are just copied texts from other websites, such as collegegrad(dot)com. Also, their main goal it seems is just getting your money through funding and their shop. Also, they are missing half the tips that are out there because they only rely on half the population. I cant recommend it. This website is a trend-rider, attracting people who just listen to buzzwords and do not care about the actual knowledge.
age 8+

Great Website

This website is wonderful for kids of all ages. I found it very informative

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